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__________________ kills many disease-causing bacteria that may have been ingested. A. Pepsin B. Bile C. Gastrin D. Hydrochloric acid
Hydrochloric acid kills many disease-causing bacteria that may have been ingested.
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Hydrochloric acid kills many disease-causing bacteria that may have been ingested.

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