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Journals differ from magazines in that they're

A. available by subscription.
B. sources of academic research not intended for the general public.
C. published only periodically.
D. printed with volume numbers.

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    I'll be happy to check your answer.

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    No.

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    okay ill go back and see if i cant find another answer i think matches... oh would it be D

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    Science versus Playboy ? :)

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