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Friar Laurence, despite being an official for the Roman Catholic Church, speaks in philosophical terms and avoids referencing the Bible. What is the most likely explanation of why?
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What are Capulet's real motivations for scheduling the wedding when he does? How can you tell?
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A contraction is a word made by shortening and combining two words.

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