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These people have no institutions, no meetings for counsels, rather they make their habitations in caverns hollowed among the peaks of the high mountains. By chunking the word hab-itat-ion what do we find it means? A. ways of life B. meals C. homes D. fears
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These people have no institutions, no meetings for counsels, rather they make their habitations in caverns hollowed among the peaks of the high mountains. By chunking the word hab-itat-ion, we find it means: HOMES.
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