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Jacques Cartier sailed to the New World in 1534 in search of A. Newfoundland. B. a northwest passage to China. C. Montreal. D. the Gulf of St. Lawrence
B. a northwest passage to China.
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User: Jacques Cartier sailed to the New World in 1534 in search of A. Newfoundland. B. a northwest passage to China. C. Montreal. D. the Gulf of St. Lawrence

Weegy: B. a northwest passage to China.
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User: Parliament passed the Coercive Acts, known in America as the Intolerable Acts, in response to A. Patrick Henry's Resolves. B. the Boston Tea Party. C. the Boston Massacre. D. insults addressed to the customs commissioners

Weegy: Parliament passed the Coercive Acts, known in America as the Intolerable Acts, in response to B. the Boston Tea Party.
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