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Do the colors pink and green go together?
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Pink and green can sometimes go together, but not all the time. Neon pink and green go well together, especially when used accessories like socks, shoelaces, or two shirts layered. Have fun and experiment with different combinations.
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Which of the following is a requirement for membership in either the Democratic or Republican Party? User: Which of the following is a requirement for membership in either the Democratic or Republican Party? A. pass a test on the party philosophy B. pay a certain amount of dues (differs by state) C. say you are a member of that party (register) D. all of the above
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Which of the following is a requirement for membership in either the Democratic or Republican Party? C. say you are a member of that party (register).
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Weegy: Your welcome! any more question weegy is here to help! User: Which of the following describes the function of political parties? A. organize political campaigns B. nominate candidates for office C. inform voters D. all of the above Weegy: D. all of the above. User: thanks! Weegy: Your welcome! any more question weegy is here to help! (More)
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The United States is best described as a country with a(n) A. two party system. B. independent party system. C. one party system. D. multi party system.
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Which of the following is generally considered not to be characteristic of the Republican Party? A. "big" government B. lower taxes C. less government involvement in people's lives D. family values
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Which of the following is generally considered not to be characteristic of the Republican Party? A. "big" government.
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