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Began the Boston settlement to escape religious persecution

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Answer: Puritans is the answer

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Why do art historians and critics believe that modern art has ended?

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I believe that the main reason the art critics and historians believe that modern art has ended is because the peak of its abstract expressionism has long since passed. Modern art was created from about 1860-1970 and included much experimentation such as Picasso in say, showing faces turned at an angle where only one side would be visible but showing the other side as well, or Emil Carr going past realistic paintings of forests and totem poles to more abstract forms of them, especially the forests to give a strong impression of the feelings evoked by the subject matter. 
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How did the scholars use mathematics to support the claims of the scientific revolution

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Europe in the 1600 saw an eruption of mathematical and scientific discoveries. The scholars use mathematics to support the claims in the scientific revolution era because it helped the scientist to gasp the result accurately and to give an undeniable proof with the facts not with the believes and the ideas. Notably, Nicolaus Copernicus, Galileo, Johannes Kepler, Sir Isaac Newton were the famous scientist who made discoveries with the use of mathematics.  

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The plantation bosses who kept the enslaved Africans working hard were called A.overseers B.slaveholders C.supervisors D.employers

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The plantation bosses who kept enslaved Africans working hard were called overseers.
The word you are looking for is Overseers.

slave owners were the people who actually owned the slaves. employers had nothing to do with slavery per say that was just what they were in a business term, supervisors although much the same was not what these particular people were called.
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Who was first presidant of england

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The UK is a constitutional monarchy, where the monarch is the Head of State and the Prime Minister is the Head of Government. So the UK has never exactly had a President.
I, m very sure, Sir Robert Walpole
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