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the word geography is constructed from ge meaning earth and graphein meaning? A. origan ,B. examination , C. to write, D. to measure
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User: the word geography is constructed from ge meaning earth and graphein meaning? A. origan ,B. examination , C. to write, D. to measure

Weegy: The word geography is constructed from ge , meaning "earth" and graphein, meaning: TO WRITE.
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User: If you possess the right of self-government you are? A,nautical . B, dichotomous ,C . astronomical , D. autonomous

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If you possess the right of self-government you are: autonomous.

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