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What do Kipling's words we hold / Dominion over palm and pine refer to? A. human control over nature B. the variety of God's creation C. the extent of the British Empire D. the speaker's view as he addresses the poem's subject
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User: What do Kipling's words we hold / Dominion over palm and pine refer to? A. human control over nature B. the variety of God's creation C. the extent of the British Empire D. the speaker's view as he addresses the poem's subject

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Kipling's words “we hold / Dominion over palm and pine—” refer to: the extent of the British Empire.

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