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The _________ dynasty was the last Chinese dynasty. A. Qing B. Ming C. Sui D. Yuan
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User: The _________ dynasty was the last Chinese dynasty. A. Qing B. Ming C. Sui D. Yuan

Weegy: The Qing dynasty was the last Chinese dynasty.


User: Which of the following was NOT something the United States and Germany had in common during the nineteenth century? A. Both experienced a civil war. B. Both had northern industrial regions. C. Both outlawed slavery in the middle part of the century. D. Both had southern agricultural regions.

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