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Which of the following mixtures is NOT a colloid? a. orange juiceb. milk c. paint d. sugar water
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New laws such as separate seating on streetcars or restaurants, or being forced to attend separate schools were called _____. A. Reconstruction laws B. Jim Crow laws C. Lynching laws D. Grandfather clause
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Score: 0.135 written as a fraction is _____.
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Riddle of y name is found in de kitchenat am l?
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A form of credit that is repaid in regular monthly payments of interest and principle combined over a set schedule.
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A form of credit that is repaid in regular monthly payments of interest and principle combined over a set schedule is Installment loan.
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hich of the following describes the term "apartheid" A. many races living together in peace. B. Deliberate attempt to destroy an entire religious or ethnic group C. A policy of rigid segregation of non-white people in the Republic of South Africa D. The killing or forcible removing of people of different ethnicities from an area
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A policy of rigid segregation of non-white people in the Republic of South Africa. This describes the term "apartheid''.
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Specify the reasons why many historians place blame on the Federal Reserve Bank for the Great Depression.
Weegy: What caused the Great Depression? There is a huge amount of disinformation spread on this subject. The Great Depression was 100% caused by the Federal Reserve. [ Anyone who suggests otherwise is a propaganda artist or a fool. In the mid 1920s, the Federal Reserve used its cartel power to set interest rates at a really low level. This caused inflation and an economic boom. Politically-connected insiders knew that an economic boom was being created. At the start of the boom, they loaded up and debt and bought assets before inflation set in. The Great Depression is blamed on "greedy speculators". With artificially low interest rates, it made sense to borrow and buy assets. If interest rates are 2% and inflation is 10%, then borrowing to invest is sensible. Many farmers and small business owners were forced to borrow to expand, to keep up with their competition. The "greedy speculators" were acting independently in the "free market". The Federal Reserve and negative interest rates were the real culprit. The speculators were following the false signal the Federal Reserve was sending via artificially cheap interest rates. In 1929, the Federal Reserve insiders decided to jack up interest rates worldwide, causing a depression. The insiders knew what was coming. They stopped issuing loans and converted all their holding to cash. At that time, the Federal Reserve did not publish its interest rate target to the general public. The Federal Reserve did not publicly state in advance whether it was planning to raise or lower interest rates. Even in the present, someone who knew in advance about a Federal Reserve move could profit immensely. The insiders had converted their holdings to cash before the crash. After the crash, they were able to buy assets at a huge discount. Since they were unleveraged, they were able to borrow and buy up even more assets at the bottom of the Great Depression. ] (More)
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The ________ invaded England in 1066, led by William the Conqueror. a. Vikings c. Anglo-Saxons b. Normans d. Germans User: When the Anglo-Saxons landed on the island know today as England, they referred to it as, “________________.” a. Land of the Saxons c. Land of the English b. Emerald Island d. Island of the Raiders
Weegy: C. When the Anglo-Saxons landed on the island known today as England, they referred to it as Land of the English. User: Answer the following question in 4-5 complete sentences. List the changes that occurred in England under the rule of William the Conqueror. Weegy: As part of his efforts to secure England, William ordered many castles, keeps, and mottes built – among them the central keep of the Tower of London, the White Tower. [ These fortifications allowed Normans to retreat into safety when threatened with rebellion and allowed garrisons to be protected while they occupied the countryside. The early castles were simple earth and timber constructions, later replaced with stone structures.[124] At first, most of the newly settled Normans kept household knights and did not settle their retainers with fiefs of their own, but gradually these household knights came to be granted lands of their own, a process known as subinfeudation. William also required his newly created magnates to contribute fixed quotas of knights towards not only military campaigns but also castle garrisons. This method of organising the military forces was a departure from the pre-Conquest English practice of basing military service on territorial units such as the hide.[125] By William's death, after weathering a series of rebellions, most of the native Anglo-Saxon aristocracy had been replaced by Norman and other continental magnates. Not all of the Normans who accompanied William in the initial conquest acquired large amounts of land in England. Some appear to have been reluctant to take up lands in a kingdom that did not always appear pacified. Although some of the newly rich Normans in England came from William's close family or from the upper Norman nobility, others were from relatively humble backgrounds.[126] William granted some lands to his continental followers from the holding or holdings of one or more specific Englishmen; at other times, William granted a compact ... (More)
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The Normans invaded England in 1066, led by William the Conqueror.
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When the Anglo-Saxons landed on the island know today as England, they referred to it as, “Land of the English."
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Factor trinomial
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Structures built on permafrost will eventually sink? true or flase
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In his farewell address, George Washington warned the nation to avoid? a. neutrality in foreign affairs b. conflicts with Native Americans c. westward expansion d. alliances with other nations
Weegy: In his farewell address, George Washington warned the nation to avoid: D. alliances with other nations. (More)
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the solute in a colloidal suspension is called the A. dissolving phase B. dispersed phase C. dispensing phase D. dispersion medium
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The solute in a colloidal suspension is called the Dispersed Phase.

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A murder of an individual, usually by hanging and without a trial, is known as _____. A. Riot B. Pogrom C. Lynching D. Black code
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The human body's main source of energy comes from: (4 points)
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Diagram this: Yay! Desi loves Kristopher alot!
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why do i poop alot? i am worried! PLEASE HELP!!? i poop about 5-6 times a day, how can i only poop 1 or 2 times in a day ?
Weegy: You could be just eating a lot of food. Food with lots of fiber can make you poop a lot. Try burning off your food intake by being active. I poop 2 times a day. I am healthy and 20 years old. I eat a lot of fiber and healthy meats and I stay active. [ Most people poop 1 time a day. But it varies from person to person. You are 13 years old, and you have a quick metabolism. It makes you poop a lot. My metabolism is also fast, making me poop a lot. ] (More)
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This prominent African-American leader believed that the Talented Tenth could help pull working-class people out of poverty. A. Langston Hughes B. W.E.B. Du Bois C. Samuel J. Tildon D. Booker T. Washington
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Four modern playwrites are:
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