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Aaron is a colonist in Connecticut in 1775. He is loyal to King George. What might others call him? Select the best answer from the choices provided. Tory patriot minuteman deputy

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  1. anonymous
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    @Deadpool117

  2. anonymous
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    its not D

  3. anonymous
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    @bassplayer4

  4. anonymous
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    I'd say patriot.

  5. anonymous
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    if he is a colonist he should be a patriot

  6. anonymous
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    true

  7. anonymous
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    It is C

  8. anonymous
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    Oh... that was my second guess @Deadpool17

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    no minutemen are men who are ready to fight anytime of the day and get ready really quick, thats why there called minutemen, i say B

  10. anonymous
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    http://colonialwarsct.org/1775_lex_alarm.htm

  11. anonymous
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    A patriot is Loyal to america...

  12. anonymous
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    a minuteman is Ready for King George

  13. anonymous
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    its definetly not A or D

  14. anonymous
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    in the period preceding and during the American Revolution) a member of a class of American militiamen who volunteered to be ready for service at a minute's notice.

  15. anonymous
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    yea its B

  16. anonymous
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    go ahead and chose B. Get it wrong for all i care...

  17. anonymous
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    this is a patriot a person who vigorously supports their country and is prepared to defend it against enemies or detractors.

  18. anonymous
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    YEA LETS SEE IF I GET IT WRING, THERES PLENTY MORE QUESTIONS

  19. anonymous
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    the one before was minutemen

  20. anonymous
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    WAIT! hold on, i went to the next question and the anwer TORY is there again but all of them are difrente..????

  21. anonymous
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    troy troi/Submit noun a system of weights used mainly for precious metals and gems, with a pound of 12 ounces or 5,760 grains.

  22. anonymous
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    yea its not that

  23. anonymous
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    lets just use patriots

  24. anonymous
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    I agree

  25. anonymous
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    tpunt

  26. anonymous
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    can u guys help me im gonna fail, i need help badly please help me

  27. anonymous
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    I will try to but I have a phone call in 1 hour and still need to do my notes

  28. anonymous
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    yay thx u can tell me ,when ur phone call goes off

  29. anonymous
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    It only takes about 10 mins I have another one after that around 11

  30. anonymous
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    ok just like its like a brake, i can keep re posting and giving u medals :)

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