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Grade 9 Medieval Europe
Secular means
  1. concerned with religious influence
  2. concerned with worldly influence
  3. concerned with rapid eye movement
  4. none of the above
Grade 10 Anatomical Organization
What does cephalic mean?
  1. concerning the head
  2. concerning the tail
  3. towards the side
  4. towards the middle
Grade 9 Fill in the Blank Vocabulary
Grade 4 Defining Words
Grade 6 Spelling
Choose the correct spelling
  1. concern
  2. cuncern
  3. consern
Grade 4 Defining Words
to receive from one's parent or parents
  1. resistance
  2. concern
  3. inherit
Grade 4 Defining Words
a worried interest in something
  1. concern
  2. disagreed
  3. inherit
Grade 12 Vocabulary
Full of concern:
  1. disdainful
  2. estimable
  3. solicitous
  4. prevarication
Grade 9 Defining Words
Graduate Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy is concerned with
  1. functions
  2. locating problems
  3. naming structures
  4. finding cures
Grade 4 Context Clues
Grade 5 Defining Words
To involve or interest oneself
  1. concern
  2. prowler
  3. haunted
  4. lurking
Grade 11 Main Idea

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This passage is primarily concerned with:
  1. educating readers about the definition of an insect.
  2. introducing readers to a specific type of insect.
  3. collecting data for further research on insects.
  4. investigating the habits and manners of insects.
Grade 8 Defining Words
To make effort, concern
  1. distinct
  2. din
  3. haphazard
  4. bother
Grade 10 Respiration, Digestion, and Excretion
The process of respiration is not concerned with                             .
  1. liberation of oxygen
  2. liberation of carbon dioxide
  3. liberation of energy
  4. intake of oxygen
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