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Which of the following best describes every parallelogram?

A. a quadrilateral with only one pair of congruent sides
B. a quadrilateral with only one pair of congruent angles
C. a quadrilateral with both pairs of opposite sides parallel
D. a quadrilateral with only one pair of sides parallel

C?
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