Q19 the author mentions the seamstresses view of

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Q19: The author mentions the seamstresses’ view of guild membership as a “mark of independence from the patriarchal family” (lines 40-41) primarily in order to A. emphasize that the establishment of the seamstresses’ guild had implications that were not solely economic B. illustrate the conflict that existed between tailors and their female family members over membership in the tailors’ guild C. imply that the establishment of the seamstresses’ guild ushered in a period of increased economic and social freedom for women in France D. provide an explanation for the dramatic increase in the number of women working as seamstresses after 1675 E. indicate that members of the seamstresses’ guild were financially more successful than were tailors’ female relatives protected by the tailors’ guild 21
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Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q20: Charles Lindbergh, for his attempt at a solo transatlantic flight, was very reluctant to have any extra weight on his plane, he therefore refused to carry even a pound of mail, despite being offered $1,000 to do so. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q21: Despite the growing number of people who purchase plane tickets online, airline executives are convinced that, just as one-third of bank customers still prefer human tellers to automatic teller machines, many travelers will still use travel agents.
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