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The following question refers to “The Sniper”: What is the meaning of the sniper’s reaction after he has killed his enemy? A. He is determined beyond sense to see his enemy’s face. B. He momentarily is disgusted with the war and killing. C. He feels his lust for battle increasing. D. He is filled with hatred for all those who support the English.
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User: The following question refers to “The Sniper”: What is the meaning of the sniper’s reaction after he has killed his enemy? A. He is determined beyond sense to see his enemy’s face. B. He momentarily is disgusted with the war and killing. C. He feels his lust for battle increasing. D. He is filled with hatred for all those who support the English.

Weegy: A. He is determined beyond sense to see his enemy?s face.
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In the “The Sniper,” the meaning of the sniper’s reaction after he has killed his enemy is: He momentarily is disgusted with the war and killing.

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