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What country was called "the gift of the Nile"? A. Egypt B. Palestine C. Babylon D. Persia
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User: What country was called "the gift of the Nile"? A. Egypt B. Palestine C. Babylon D. Persia

Weegy: Egypt was called "The Gift of the Nile".



User: The Punic Wars were fought between the A. Christians and Moslems. B. Greeks and Persians. C. Romans and Carthaginians. D. Chinese and Japanese.

Weegy: The Punic Wars were fought between the Romans and Carthaginians.
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