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Which loanword trend(s) originate(s) from Algonquin? A. animals B. architecture and music C. politics and religion D. science and mathematics
what loanword tend(s) originate(s) from Algonquin? a. Animals.
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User: Which loanword trend(s) originate(s) from Algonquin? A. animals B. architecture and music C. politics and religion D. science and mathematics

Weegy: what loanword tend(s) originate(s) from Algonquin? a. Animals.
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