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Subject: US History

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Which Founding Father had a house which was discovered to have had about one thousand two hundred bone pieces from about ten human skeletons?

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Benjamin Franklin

Subject: English

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What is parallelism?

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In English grammar, parallelism (also called parallel structure or parallel construction) is the repetition of the same grammatical form in two or more parts of a sentence.

Subject: Art History

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Why was Impressionism so influential in the development of modern art?

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Impressionism rejected the rules of Academic art in favor of a naturalistic and down-to-earth treatment of its subject matter. Inspired by the Plein-air painting methods of the Barbizon school, Impressionists specialized in landscape and genre-painting, although for many of them portraiture remained an important source of income.

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