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What is arpeggio in music

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Answer 1
Answer: Notes of a chord played in succession by ascension or descenion
Answer 2
Answer: An knowledgable intstruemnt

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Read the excerpt from part one of Trifles. HALE. Well, my first thought was to get that rope off. I looked . . . (Stops, his face twitches.) . . . but Harry, he went up to him, and he said, “No, he’s dead all right, and we’d better not touch anything.” How does the use of the word “twitches” in the stage direction most affect this scene? It characterizes Hale as someone who is weak and cannot handle difficult aspects of the job. It emphasizes the fact that death is a difficult subject for Mr. Hale and causes him discomfort. It hints to the reader that Hale may have somehow been involved and is acting out of guilt. It reveals to the reader that Hale is extremely upset because he and Mr. Wright were very close.

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The use of the word “twitches” in the stage direction most affect this scene by emphasizing the fact that death is a difficult subject for Mr. Hale and causes him discomfort. Option B is correct.

What do you mean by twitches?

"Twitches" is "Hamlet" with a witch sibling who was less irritating and brooding than Hamlet. The Darkness that follows the twins as they try to identify its source and save their family is controlled by Thantos, the twins' uncle and the movie's antagonist.

The explanation that most closely accords with the facts is that Hamlet had an acute depressive disorder with certain obsessional symptoms. He was unable to commit himself to taking action.

Although melancholy was generally known throughout Shakespeare's day, there was no idea of acute depressive disorder.

Therefore Option B is correct.

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The anwser is b It emphasizes the fact that death is a difficult subject for Mr. Hale and causes him discomfort.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

The _____ is the amount of time that the camera lets light in to create the photograph.

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The shutter speed is the amount of time that the camera lets light in to create the photograph.

What is shutter speed?

The phrase "shutter speed" refers to the rate at which a camera's shutter closes. The amount of light the camera records is called an exposure, and a slower shutter speed gives the photographer a longer exposure while a quicker shutter speed yields a shorter exposure.

The basic rule of thumb is to set your shutter speed to be equal to your focal length when hand-holding your camera. For example, while using a 200mm lens, you should keep your shutter speed at 1/200 sec or greater to prevent blur from camera shake.

130 s: Used for shooting in available light and for panning subjects moving slower than 30 mph.

Thus, it is shutter speed.

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Film speed or shutter speed.
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The Spanish Conquest of the Aztecs was: a holocaust or a necessity?

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It was technically classified as a genocide. Ion know why necessity is there but the answer should be holocaust.
The answer is holocaust
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Which of these is a specific type of parody? A. mock-epic
B. folk ballad
C. conceit
D. paradox

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A.mock epic! LOL The definition of a parody is an imitation of a writer, genre, artist

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