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Figurative language, mood, and the connotation of words are known as __________ that contribute to the author’s style. A. themes B. aesthetic qualities C. plots D. similes
Figurative language, mood, and the connotation of words are known as aesthetic qualities that contribute to the author s style.
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A prominent merchant family in Italy during the Renaissance was the Gutenbergs. the Machiavellis. the da Vincis. the Medicis.
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A prominent merchant family in Italy during the Renaissance was the Medicis.
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- 10 + 3x + 6x = - 10
9x - 10 = - 10
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