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One rides astride when one sits with one leg on each side of a horse. with both legs on one side of a saddle. backwards. on a horse with no saddle.
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User: One rides astride when one sits with one leg on each side of a horse. with both legs on one side of a saddle. backwards. on a horse with no saddle.

Weegy: One rides astride when one sits with one leg on each side of a horse.
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User: The following question refers to "What Happened During the Ice Storm": To which of the following is something the ice storm was NOT compared? Gelatin whites Knives Egg whites Glass

Weegy: In "What Happened During the Ice Storm", the ice storm was NOT compared to: Knives.
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User: Identify the meaning of the underlined term using context clues: Zeke was exultant when the Muskrats won the championship. joyful understanding disappointed tired

User: Read the following passage from Tom Godwin's "Cold Equations." Choose the correct point-of-view used. "He leaned back in the pilot's chair and drew a deep, slow breath, considering what he would have to do. He was an EDS pilot, inured to the sight of death, long since accustomed to it and to viewing the dying of another man with and objective lack of emotion, and he had no choice in what he must do. There could be no alternative- but it required a few moments of conditioning for even an EDS pilot to prepare himself to walk across the room and coldly, deliberately, take the life of a man he had yet to meet." Third person limited Dramatic Omniscient First person

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Zeke was exultant when the Muskrats won the championship. "exultant" means: joyful.
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In the passage from Tom Godwin's "Cold Equations", the point-of-view used is: Third person limited.
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