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Which of the following is NOT native to Australia? didgeridoos boomerangs koalas sheep
SHEEP is NOT native to Australia.
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Which of the following is a type of mental health condition commonly seen in Gothic literature? Melancholia Autism Kleptomania Arachnophobia
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Melancholia is a type of mental health condition commonly seen in Gothic literature.
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The original meaning of sinister was ______________. above nature. farmhand. black bile. left-handed.
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The original meaning of sinister was left-handed.
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What part of the body did ancient people think caused hysteria? The heart The uterus The brain The uvula
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Ancient people thought the Uterus caused hysteria.
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The character who nurses Victor back to health when he has a nervous breakdown at the university is __________: Professor Waldman Professor Krempe Henry Clerval Elizabeth Lavenza
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Who outlawed physiognomy? King Henry VIII in 1531 Queen Victoria in 1831 Aristotle in 331 BC The Pope in 1731
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King Henry VIII in 1531 outlawed physiognomy.
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