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An analogy compares two relationships to show their basic similarity. For the given analogy below, analyze the relationship between the first and second word. Then, in your notebook, write the vocabulary word from page that forms the same relationship with the third word.
praised: honored:: surrendered_?_
"As touching the quality of this country, three thinges there bee, which in fewe yeares may bring this Colony to perfection; the English plough, Vineyards, & Cattle ....
"All our riches for the present doe consiste in Tobacco, wherein one man by his owne laboour hath in one yeare, raised to himself to the value of sterling; and another by the means of sixe seruants hath cleared at one crop a thousand pound english. These be true, yet indeed rare examples, yet possible to be done by others. Our principall wealth (I should haue said) consisteth in servants: but they are chargeable to be furnished with armes, apparel, & bed- ding, and for their transportation, and casuall both at sea, & for their first yeare commonly at lande also: but if they escape, they proove very hardy, and sound able men."
-John Pory, Secretary of Virginia, Letter to Sir Dudley Carlton,
Despite the success of tobacco in Virginia, the colony still faced problems and eventually became a
(A) royal colony
(B) corporate charter settlement
(C ) proprietorship
(D) joint-stock company