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"To see the world in a grain of sand" is an example of ______
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Weegy: Asked To see the world in a grain of sand is an example of paradox and said it was the same as Paradox and their example 3 May 2010 17:59. [ ]


User: "O Captain! my Captain!"—a line addressed to the assassinated President Lincoln—is an example of apostrophe. True False

Weegy: TRUE. "O Captain! my Captain!"—a line addressed to the assassinated President Lincoln—is an example of apostrophe.
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