Define these termsDefine these terms
The policy by a stronger nation to attempt to create an empire by dominating weaker nations economically, politically, culturally, or militarily
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S. S. Edmund Fitzgerald Quiz (Submit to your teacher to be given the correct answers.)S. S. Edmund Fitzgerald Quiz (Submit to your teacher to be given the correct answers.)
Test your knowledge of the Edmund Fitzgerald and the sinking! Take this quiz and then submit it to your teacher to learn how well you are informed about the S. S. Edmund Fitzgerald
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The Nun’s Priest’s TaleThe Nun’s Priest’s Tale
Pertelot to sing the love-song, when suddenly a fox appeared. The fox with deceit caught the cock by the neck and ran off towards the forest. Chantecleer was afraid but with a great idea deceived the fox and he was saved
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Part three: the nun\Part three: the nun's priest's tale
Nun's Priest's Tale, there is a poor and simple widow who lives with her daughters; in her farmyard there are a lot of animals, but her cock, Chantecleer, is the best and proudest cockerel that has ever lived
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Irony: Broadest class of figures of thought that depend on presenting a deliberate contrast between two levels of meaning; the discrepancy between what is said and what is meant, what is said and what is done, what is expected or intended and whatIrony: Broadest class of figures of thought that depend on presenting a deliberate contrast between two levels of meaning; the discrepancy between what is said and what is meant, what is said and what is done, what is expected or intended and what
Strictly speaking, to be ironic, and outcome must be not only contrary to expectation, but perversely and strangely appropriate
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2010 acf national Championship Editor’s Round2010 acf national Championship Editor’s Round
The Dream and The Snake Charmer that set him apart. His nickname was given not for his art but for the many years he worked as a customs inspector
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Chapter 2 notes: World War I wwi combatant CountriesChapter 2 notes: World War I wwi combatant Countries
Count Alfred von Schlieffen drew up the Schlieffen Plan in 1905 when he was German Chief of Staff
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