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The logical presentation of smoothly connected ideas is known as A. formality. B. an essay. C. conjunction. D. coherence.
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User: The logical presentation of smoothly connected ideas is known as A. formality. B. an essay. C. conjunction. D. coherence.

Weegy: The logical presentation of smoothly connected ideas is known as coherence.
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User: Why are the "theatres shut up" during the time in which Dryden writes? A. because of the Church B. because of the plague C. because of violence in London D. because of the change in national leaders
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During the time in which Dryden writes, the theatres are "shut up" because of the plague.
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