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In the story “To Build a Fire,” what information did the man ignore? Even though the creeks freeze solid, liquid water exists near springs. Always make camp and build a fire while there is still daylight. Always take along survival gear and wear protective clothing. No one must travel alone in the Klondike after fifty degrees below zero.

Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 03:28 AM No one must travel alone in the Klondike after fifty degrees below zero. I would say this is the main lesson to learn about this Jack London story which shows that nature can be cruel and unforgiving and at 50 degrees below …

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Which of the following battles was significant because it marked the beginning of the end of Confederate control of the Indian Territory? A. Locust Grove B. Perryville C. Honey Springs D. Cabin Creek

The correct answer is B. As a result of the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, nearly 40 countries ended aboveground nuclear tests. The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty is an international treaty, signed for the first time on September 10, 1996, which prohibits the conduct of nuclear tests in and by the signatory …

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Which excerpt from fast food nation best illustrates the authors use of the rhetorical appeal logos? her familys modest townhouse sits beside a busy highway on the south side of colorado springs, in a largely poor and working-class neighborhood. a job at a fast food restaurant became an american rite of passage, a first job soon left behind for better things. english is now the second language of at least one-sixth of the nations restaurant workers, and about one-third of that group speaks no english at all. when she finally walks home, after seven hours of standing at a cash register, her feet hurt. shes wiped out?

I believe the answer is: c. interest rate In mortgage we let an orgniazation (such as bank)  to took ownership of a certain property that we want. We then pay the organisation with a certain amount of payment plus interest, and the ownership would be transferred to us after we …

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Based on the context of each quote from My Bondage and My Freedom by Frederick Douglass, find the word that most closely matches the denotation of the bolded word. Tiles considerable pure, uncorrupted diligent Pairs Her fervent piety and watchful uprightness made it impossible to see her without thinking and feeling—”that woman is a christian.” arrowBoth The most interesting feature of my history here was my learning to read and write, under somewhat marked disadvantages. arrowBoth Words like these, I observed, always troubled them; and I had no small satisfaction in wringing from the boys, occasionally, that fresh and bitter condemnation of slavery, that springs from nature, unseared and unperverted.

The words that most closely matches the denotation of the bold words are: Her fervent piety and watchful uprightness made it impossible to see her without thinking and feeling—”that woman is a Christian.” [diligent] The most interesting feature of my history here was my learning to read and write, under …

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