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Which steel company became the largest shipbuilder in the world during WWII? A. Carnegie Steel Company B. Bethlehem Steel Company C. US Steel Company D. ALCOA
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User: Which steel company became the largest shipbuilder in the world during WWII? A. Carnegie Steel Company B. Bethlehem Steel Company C. US Steel Company D. ALCOA

Weegy: During World War II, Bethlehem Steel was the largest shipbuilder in the world and employed nearly 300,000 people at its plants, shipyards, and mines to supply steel to the Allied war effort.
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User: Which term means the distance between two bridge supports? A. Bridge supports B. Span C. Beam D. Column

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SPAN means the distance between two bridge supports.
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