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- With affection and humor, poet Phyllis McGinley —of ordinary life.
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- Scientists think —helps some tree to conserve water in the winter.
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- The ancient Hopewell people of North America probably cultivated corn and —crops, but hunting and gathering were still of critical importance in their economy.
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- Lunar eclipses occur each time the Earth blocks the Sun’s light from the Moon — the Moon’s full phase.
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- — all data into electronic pulses.
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- Robert S. Duncanson was considered a painter of the Hudson River school, —on scenes of America’s untamed wilderness.
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- — their senses, many-celled animals perceive what is happening in their environment.
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- In central Georgia, archaeological evidence indicates that Native Americans first inhabited the area —.
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- The large compound eyes of the dragonfly — to see moving objects almost eighteen feet away.
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- Using many symbols makes — to put a large amount of information on a single map.
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- Anarchism is a term describing a cluster of doctrines an attitudes — principal uniting feature is the belief that government is both harmful and unnecessary.
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- After the great blizzard of 1888 in the northeastern United States, it took some — the snow away from their homes.
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- Probably no man had more effect on the daily lives of most people in the United States — Henry Ford a pioneer in automobile production.
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- In copper engravings and etchings — caused by the edges of the plate is clearly visible on the paper.
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- Cora reefs have always been — hazards to ships sailing in tropical seas.
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- For a long time cotton ranked first between Alabama’s crops, but today it accounts for only a fraction of the agricultural production.
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17. Margaret Fuller was not active in the women’s-rights movement, but she asking for a fair chance for women in her book, Woman in the Nineteenth Century.
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18. Most cities major in the United States have at least one daily newspaper.
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19. The survival of a forest depends not only on the amount of annual rainfall it receives, and also on the seasonal distribution of the rain.
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20. James Farmer, an American civil rights leader, he helped establish the Congress of Racial Equality, an organization that is dedicated to the principle of nonviolence.
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21. A merger is a combination of two or more businesses down below a single management.
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22. In its simplest form, a transformer is composed of two coils of wire place together without no wires actually in contact.
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23. The greatest natural resource of the state of North Dakota is their fertile farmland.
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24. The doctrine of eminent domain is based the legal tradition that all real property is subject to the control of the state.
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25. In a controversial eating guide entitled Are You Hungry? Jane Hirschmann and Lela Zaphiropolous argue that children instinctively know what foods are good for selves.
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26. Bats rely to their hearing to navigate and to find food at night.
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27. Once an important port of entry for immigrants to the United States, Ellis Island recent reopened its great hall as a museum of immigration.
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28. Every year Colorado is visited by millions of tourists who come for a variety of reason.
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29. The energy needed for animal grow is derived primarily from carbohydrates and fats.
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30. Countries tend to specialize in the production and export of those goods and services that it can produce relatively cheaply.
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31. Antique auctions have become popular in the United States because a steadily increasing awareness of the investment value of antiques.
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32. Alike an insect, the crustacean is an arthropod, an animal with jointed legs and an exoskeleton, a supportive covering for its body.
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33. Bricks are made from clay that is processed into a workable consistency, form to standard sizes, and then fired in a kiln.
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34. Her speech at the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893 brought Fannie Barrier Williams local and nation recognition.
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35. A paragraph is a portion of a text consists of one or more sentences related to the same idea.
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36. A deficient of folic acid is rarely found in humans because the vitamin is contained in a wide variety of foods.
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37. Industry utilize the gaseous element xenon when developing specialized flashlights and other powerful lamps.
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38. Some types of ferns resemble trees and some are too small that they look like moss.
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39. Made of sealskin stretched over a framework of whalebone or driftwood, an Eskimo kayak is completed enclosed except for the opening in which the paddler sits.
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40. Our urge to classify different life forms and give us names seems to be as old as the human race.