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I will give a metal to anyone that gets the correct answer

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    Unable to endure the aspect of the being I had created, I rushed out of the room and continued a long time traversing my bed-chamber, unable to compose my mind to sleep. Which definition of aspect is most likely suited for this line? Early 15th century: the look of someone Late 14th century: relative position of the planets as viewed from Earth Late 16th-Mid 17th century: look with favor upon Late Middle English-Early 17th century: Mental consideration I think the answer is a

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    A mummy again endued with animation could not be so hideous as that wretch. Which definition of endued is most likely suited for this line? (5 points) 12th Century: to lead 15th Century: lead, drive, initiate 20th Century: to provide with something freely 20th Century: to tinge or dye deeply I am thinking the answer is d

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    @Robert136

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    you do realize the point of this site isnt to just get the answer its to get help right?

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    yes i have been her for 2 years now

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    i was talking to the person who asked this. they can get their account taken away

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    oh sorry but i think both are right

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