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How did the climate in the Eocene compare to that of today? a. Much warmer c. Much colder b. The same d. Much more variable
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The climate in the Eocene compare to that of today is a. MUCH WARMER

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__________ is the feeling or reaction within the reader while reading a piece of writing. User: __________ is the feeling or reaction within the reader while reading a piece of writing. A. Tone B. Mood C. Language D. Word choice
Weegy: __________ is the feeling or reaction within the reader while reading a piece of writing. answer: A. Tone source: (More)
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MOOD is the feeling or reaction within the reader while reading a piece of writing.
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Iner, Please read your sources carefully. The source is good but the answer is clearly stated as MOOD.
"The tone of a piece of literature is the speaker's or narrator's attitude towards the subject, rather than what the reader feels, as in mood. Mood is the general feeling or atmosphere that a piece of writing creates within the reader."
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Hitler’s movement of troops into the Rhineland and other acts of aggression violated the terms of the Treaty of Versailles and ______. a. prompted a warning from the League of Nations. b. prompted counter-armament from France. c. led to bombing by League of Nations forces. d. got no response from the Allies.
Weegy: Hitler's movement of troops into the Rhineland and other actions of violated the terms of the Treaty of Versailles a. prompted a warning from the League of Nations User: The Nazi party was also known as the _____. a. National Socialist Party b. Centre Party c. German Democratic Party d. German National People’s Party Weegy: The Nazi party was also known as the _____. a. [ National Socialist Party ... In 1928, however, after a disastrous showing at the polls (the party's share of votes fell from 21% in 1924 to 14%[36]), Alfred Hugenberg, leader of the party's hardliner wing who demanded "annihilation of Polish population" in 1899, became chairman. Hugenberg returned the party to a course of fundamental opposition against the Republic, but abandoned its previous monarchism in favour of more hardline nationalism and reluctant co-operation with the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP), better known as the Nazi Party. ] (More)
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By remilitarizing Germany, Hitler violated a. the Rome-Berlin Axis. c. the Third Reich. b. the Treaty of the Allies. d. the Treaty of Versailles.
Weegy: By remilitarizing germany,hitler violated a.the rome-berlin axis User: Mohandas Gandhi advocated a. violent force. c. moderate relationships. b. passive resistance. d. total revolution. Weegy: Mohandas Gandhi advocated b. passive resistance. User: The Anglo-Egyptian Treaty stated that a. Britain could not keep troops in Egypt. b. the two nations would support each other if war broke out in the Middle East. c. the two nations would lower tariffs for each other only. d. Egypt would become a protectorate. Weegy: a. Under the terms of the treaty, the United Kingdom was required to withdraw all its troops from Egypt. (More)
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By remilitarizing Germany, Hitler violated the Treaty of Versailles.
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The Anglo-Egyptian Treaty stated that the two nations would support each other if war broke out in the Middle East.
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What kind of weather instrument focuses the Sun's rays onto a chart through a magnifying glass? a. A hygrometer c. A measuring lens b. A barometer d. A sunshine recorder
Weegy: The kind of weather instrument focuses the Sun's rays onto a chart through a magnifying glass is (d.) A sunshine recorder. Sunshine recorders are used to measure sunshine. The sun's rays are focused through a magnifying glass onto a chart. [ The chart has been treated so it won't catch fire, but will leave a burn mark to show for how many hours the sun shone. target=_blank rel='nofollow'>http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:9Go8zwpuL-gJ:' target=_blank rel='nofollow'>www.ieslamadraza.com/elena/websociales/geography3eso/Assistant%2520Language/elements_of_climate.pdf+&cd=2&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ph ] (More)
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