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Considering the time in which they lived, what was unique about Queen Elizabeth s father?
Weegy: He was not involved with his daughters. (More)
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Considering the time in which they lived, what was unique about Queen Elizabeth s father? a. He was not married. c. He was not involved with his daughters. b. He made sure his daughters were well educated. d. none of these
Weegy: Queen Elizabeth 1 or 2? for Queen Elizabeth I's father, answer is c. He was not involved with his daughters. and for Queen Elizabeth II's father, answer is d. none of these. (More)
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Considering the time in which they lived, what was unique about Queen Elizabeth s father? a. He was not married. c. He was not involved with his daughters. b. He made sure his daughters were well educated. d. none of these
Weegy: or Queen Elizabeth I's father, answer is c. He was not involved with his daughters. and for Queen Elizabeth II's father, answer is d. none of these (More)
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