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There are more smooth muscles in the body than skeletal muscles. true or false? User: The nervous system is responsible for your sense of smell. true or false?
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The nervous system is responsible for your sense of smell. FALSE.

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In the skeletal system, these structures are responsible for connecting bones. A. ligaments and tendons B. cartilage and calcium C. tendons and muscles D. bones and ligaments
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In the skeletal system, ligaments and tendons are responsible for connecting bones.
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Which is the best definition of the term Romanesque? a. art and architecture in the Roman manner from the 10th century in North America b. art and architecture in the Roman manner from the 11th and 12th centuries in Europe c. art and architecture in the Roman manner from the 12th and 13th centuries in Europe d. art and architecture in the Roman manner from the 10th century in Rome
Weegy: the best definition of the term Romanesque b. [ art and architecture in the Roman manner from the 11th and 12th centuries in Europe refers to art and architecture in the early and high Middle Ages (roughly like 500-1100) that supposedly invoked the look of Roman style art and architecture. Romanesque bulidings tended to be squat and thick compared to later "Gothic" style, which describes almost all of the well-known cathedrals of the later medieval centuries (like 1100-1500). ] (More)
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Which of these forms is a common feature in Romanesque architecture? a. domes b. towers c. columns d. all of the above
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