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Charles II, the would-be king of England, once hid in an ___ to escape his enemies. oak tree
Charles II declared himself the head of the Church of ___ and started a wave of persecution. Scotland
Worse than Charles II, James VII persecuted the ____ of Scotland. Covenanters
Manchuria is now part of ____. China
Manchu rulers forced Chinese citizens to wear distinctive _____. pigtails
K'ang-hsi the Manchu became one of China's most efficient emperors by establishing a well-organized ___. army
Legend says that Sir Isaac Newton came to understand the principles of gravity when he saw an ___ fall from a tree. apple
Isaac Newton's third law of gravity states that "for every action, there is an equal and opposite ____." reaction
Isaac Newton was dubbed a knight for his contribution to the ___ of England mint
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