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The Wainwright Building was located in St. Louis, Missouri. A. True B. False
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The Wainwright Building was located in St. Louis, Missouri. This is A. True. [smile]
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In “A Narrative of the Captivity,” why do you think the group that captures Rowlandson is forced to keep moving? A. They have a treaty with the colonists. B. They need to find food. C. Their religious practices insist that they keep moving. D. They are being pursued by the English army.
Weegy: A. They have a treaty with the colonists. User: Edwards’ purpose in delivering this sermon is to A. scare his listeners so much that they never return to church. B. nudge his congregation into healing their ways and seeking salvation. C. give such an unforgettable speech that his congregation will never forget him. D. control his congregation and maintain his position in the church. Weegy: C. give such an unforgettable speech that his congregation will never forget him. User: inference definition Weegy: A comparison between two things, typically on the basis of their structure and for the purpose of explanation or clarification. User: What distinguishes the setting of the selection Rainy Mountain? A. The weather is the same all year round. B. The weather is remarkably mild. C. The weather is very harsh. D. There is very little rain. Weegy: B. The weather is remarkably mild, this distinguished the setting of the selection Rainy Mountain. User: In “A Narrative of the Captivity,” Mary Rowlandson’s main point draws strength from A. the medicine that a sympathetic woman gives her. B. her belief in God’s ultimate purpose. C. her desire to return and tell her story to the Puritans. D. her desire to avenge the death of her child. Weegy: Main point draws strength from B. her belief in God's ultimate purpose source: User: . Which of the following passages has the most courteous tone? A. “I cannot think the Indians were much greater heathens than the first adventurers.” B. “Besides, the poor Indians would have had less reason to complain that the English took away their land if they had received it by way of a portion with their daughters.” C. “Like true Englishmen, they built a church that cost no more than fifty pounds and a tavern that cost five hundred.” D. “To supply this mortality, they were reinforced the year following with a greater number of ... (More)
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