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The Burma Road was a 700-mile-long highway linking Burma (present-day Myanmar) to a. Vietnam. b. Thailand. c. the Soviet Union. d. China.
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The Pacific Charter was an agreement between the United States and Great Britain that neither country would pursue territorial expansion. True or false?
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Which genre and form BEST describe the following poem? Beautiful new couch My piercing claws are in love Did you just say vet? A. narrative haiku B. concrete sonnet C. lyric limerick D. epic haiku
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The following statements describe a certain country's economy. What type of economy does this country have? I. Most citizens farm at the subsistence level. II. Citizens barter with each other for needed items. III. Doctors and professionals often accept food or other goods in exchange for services. A. a market economy B. a traditional economy C. a planned economy D. a mixed economy
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Most citizens farm at the subsistence level. Citizens barter with each other for needed items. Doctors and professionals often accept food or other goods in exchange for services. This country has a traditional economy.
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Post WWII Germany was divided into four zones with the Americans occupying one zone and all of the following countries occupying a zone EXCEPT: a. USSR c. France b. Italy d. England
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Post WWII Germany was divided into four zones with the Americans occupying one zone and all of the following countries occupying a zone EXCEPT: Italy.
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