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In frontier-era America, farmland was generally passed from

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In frontier-era America, farmland was generally passed from father to son; however, there is little written evidence of these bequests, which generally required no documentation, since such legacies were ________ at that time.

A. worthless

B. fallacious

C. customary

D. uninhibited

E. venal
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Re: In frontier-era America, farmland was generally passed from [#permalink] New post 19 Jan 2019, 19:46
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