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which nineteenth-century social movement paralleled the women's rights movement?
Weegy: Women" suffrage: During the 19th century women began to agitate for the right to vote and participate in government and law making.[42] The ideals of women's suffrage developed alongside that of universal suffrage and today women's suffrage is [ considered a right (under the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women).[citation needed] During the 19th century the right to vote was gradually extended in many countries and women started to campaign for their right to vote. source: wikipedia ] (More)
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Which of the following is an example of a simile? A. The longed-for white heron was elusive. B. The cat is fat with young robins. C. Sylvia's face is like a white star. D. The huge tree is asleep
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"Sylvia's face is like a white star" is an example of a simile.
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Which of the following is an example of a simile? A. The longed-for white heron was elusive. B. The cat is fat with young robins. C. Sylvia's face is like a white star. D. The huge tree is asleep
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When a writer defines the purpose of a piece of writing he/she establishes each of the following except A. a thesis/main idea. B. a page limit. C. what he/she is trying to accomplish. D. a focus.
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