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A glacier that covers a wide area is called a _______ glacier. A. valley B. cirque C. continental D. moraline
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User: A glacier that covers a wide area is called a _______ glacier. A. valley B. cirque C. continental D. moraline

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User: What is the most significant factor that controls the development of soil? A. Parent material B. Climate C. Time D. Topography

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