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Subject: US History

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According to the excerpt, the Europeans justified which of the following using the livelihood of the Great Plains Indians as evidence? “At the time the first Europeans arrived, the Indians of the Great Plains between the Rocky Mountains and the forested areas bordering on the Mississippi lived partly by corn culture but mostly by the buffalo on foot with bow and arrow. Although Europeans regarded all Indians as nomads (a convenient excuse for denying them the land they occupied), only the Plains Indian really were nomadic. Even they did not become so until about A.D. 1550, when they began to break wild mustangs, offspring of European horses turned loose by the Spaniards.” ——The Oxford History of the American People by Samuel Eliot Morison, Oxford University Press, New York City, 1965

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European land policy based on the concept that American Indians did not own land.

Subject: European History

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The end of World War I was sealed with which treaty?

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Treaty of Versailles

Subject: English

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What is the verb "to weep" in the first person singular, future simple tense?

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Answer:

I will weep.

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