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The tiny particles that comprise an element are called A. nuclei. B. protons. C. ions. D. atoms.
The tiny particles that comprise an element are called atoms.
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Parallel construction means that you A. give both sides of the argument in your essay. B. begin each paragraph of your essay in the same way. C. use the same grammatical construction in all similar headings throughout an outline. D. repeat the first paragraph of your essay as the last paragraph.
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