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Exit What term describes a manmade structure that carries water, often resembling a bridge? A. aqueduct B. Colosseum C. column D. Parthenon
AQUEDUCT is a manmade structure that carries water, often resembling a bridge.
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AQUEDUCT is a manmade structure that carries water, often resembling a bridge.
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