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Going to a concert, getting a haircut, and going to the doctor are examples of _____ . services goods decisions
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User: Going to a concert, getting a haircut, and going to the doctor are examples of _____ . services goods decisions

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User: In the United States, people are chosen for various government positions based on receiving most of the votes. This distribution system is called _____ . personal characteristics political contests majority rule

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In the United States, people are chosen for various government positions based on receiving most of the votes. This distribution system is called Majority rule.

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definition of tragedy.
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Tragedy is a a dramatic composition, often in verse, dealing with a serious or somber theme,typically involving a great person destined to experience downfall or utterdestruction, as through a character flaw or conflict with some overpoweringforce, as fate or an unyielding society.

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In the second act, Hamlet and Claudius have a conflict. TRUE.
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The true validity and value of a critical essay is determined by detailed evidence.
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Oliver Goldsmith was a financially poor periodical essayist, novelist, and dramatist.
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