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When a media conglomerate can use the magazines, newspapers, and television and radio stations it owns to promote a movie, this is known as ______.?

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Answer: When a media conglomerate can use the magazines, newspapers, and television and radio stations it owns to promote a movie, this is known as media cross-ownership. This term has a meaning of the ownership of multiple media businesses that belong to company or to individual. This system usually includes such businesses as it was mentioned in the task.

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Enjoying using tools and precise instruments is a key characteristic of the ____________ pattern.

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technical reasoning.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

George Washington's false teeth do not hold aesthetic apeal for most viewers. Which reson best describes why have they been preserved in a museum?

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Answer:

They are valuable because of their owner.

They have survived remarkably well, given their age.

They give us clues about the colonial diet.

HIGH SCHOOL

Why does young goodman brown first venture into the woods?

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Young Goodman brown's first venture into the woods because he promised someone to meet there.
Young Goodman Brown is a short story published in 1835. Nathaniel Hawthorne was the writer of the story. This story focuses on the Goodman Brown, who was a very pious and religious man in Puritan town, New England. His wife's name was Faith.
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I'm making an ice cream caramel cake for a birthday, do you have any ice cream cake recipes.

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Heyyy!


I made this one before, it’s sooooo goooood XD


https://laurenslatest.com/homemade-ice-cream-crunch-cake/

-Nicole

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What is so powerful about photography?

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Photography is very powerful for many reasons, one is that is shows what is happening, including all the details happening in a scene. Another is that it shows people what is going on without the need to read captions, its basically self explanatory. 

An example is Lewis Hines, when he took photographs of child labor, and how children were treated in factories. Of coarse, it was not easy to get the pictures, but when he did, everyone was in shock. It showed the truth to what has happened. 
It is personal based almost entirely on the experience of the viewer.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which statements describe gradual changes in dynamic levels? Check all that apply.
Composers indicate a gradual increase in dynamic level with a decrescendo,
Composers indicate a gradual increase in dynamic level with a crescendo,
A diminuendo means that the music should become gradually softer.
The terms diminuendo and decrescendo are synonymous, and both indicate that
the music should become gradually softer,

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The second, the third and the forth
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Baroque artists often portrayed people fainting in ecstasy or seeing visions. Which characteristic of baroque art describes this aspect?

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Answer:

Intense spirituality

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The answer is...

Intense spirituality

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A method of art criticism that values stylistic innovation over personal expression or cultural communication

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This is the definition of formal theory
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Although known best for his lithographed posters, Toulouse-Lautrec's organic forms and hand-drawn letters can be linked most closely to which art movement? A. Symbolism
B. Arts and Craft Revival
C. Pre-Raphaelites
D. Art Nouveau

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Answer:

Art Nouveau

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