Why dose yellow river have that nick name?

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Answer 1
Answer: Because it leaves behind a yellowish soil when the flood waters recede.
Answer 2
Answer: it leaves a yellow goowey stuff

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Who would a citizen contact about a problem with city roads

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Depending on where you live you would contact a Department of Transportation. 
A letter to editor of a newspaper mentioning the traffic problem. 

Which describes the main purpose of the March on Washington?A.
to get all the civil rights workers together to have a big celebration







B.
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to show Congress and the president the strength of the civil rights movement







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In 1914, who controlled the areas shaded in red on the map? A.
Great Britain

B.
France

C.
Belgium

D.
Netherlands

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The answer is letter A. Great Britain. All those areas shaded in red were all colonies under British rule.  It also ruled Australia and Malaysia.  These countries would eventually gain their independence yet maintain close ties with the British government.

Answer:

Great Britain

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The Constituation of the United States

The Marshall Court helped to strengthen the role of the federal government. Which idea was central to McCulloch v Maryland?

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Answer:

This ruling in McCulloch v. Maryland discusses the distribution of powers and faculties between the Federal Government and the States.

The Constitution of the United States attributes powers to the Federal Government in two ways: enumerating them and with an open clause, the Necessary and Proper Clause of Article I, Section 8, which establishes the power to dictate all the necessary and convenient laws to execute these powers. In McCulloch v. Maryland, the Supreme Court interpreted the Constitution to determine that the Federal Government has implicit powers.

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Who can decide what implied powers taken by Congress have exceeded the expressed powersA. Liberal constructionists
B. Strict constructionists
C. The Supreme Court
D. The president

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The Supreme Court (judicial branch) can decide if the actions of another branch of government are out of check.

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C.) The Supreme Court is the correct answer