Which phrase from the declaration of independence is

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Question 362 / 2 pointsWhich phrase from the Declaration of Independence is charged, or filled with emotion?Question options:"in the most humble terms""without consent"
"death, desolation, and tyranny""for the public good"
Question 372 / 2 pointsWhich technique of speeches does Franklin use in this passage?From such an assembly can a perfect production be expected?
Question 382 / 2 pointsLincoln's main purpose in "The Gettysburg Address" is to
Question 392 / 2 pointsSomeone who is morose is
Question 402 / 2 pointsIn which sentence is the meaning of the word oppresses expressed?Question options:The poet has a rich imagination that shows in her poetry.The poet writes about how the death of loved ones weighs on her.Though she has few visitors, she is close to her family.She composes several poems about the nature of death.
Question 412 / 2 pointsIn "For the Love of Books," what does Dove reveal about herself when she says she identified with the village idiot in the science fiction story she read?
Question 422 / 2 pointsWhich of the following words has much the same meaning as calamity?
Question 432 / 2 pointsIn "The Snowstorm," what might Emerson mean by the metaphor "the trumpets of the sky?"
Question 442 / 2 pointsIn this passage from "Boulders Taller Than the Great Tower of Seville," which word signals a contrast?Although this was the warm season, no one could live in this canyon because of the cold.Question options:"because""Although"
"could""this"
Question 452 / 2 pointsTo which senses do the images of sweet, cold plums appeal in "This is Just to Say?"

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