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1.In the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, the United States developed the reusable space shuttle ……………………….to space cheaper and easier.
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- Genetically, the chimpanzee is more similar to humans …………………….
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3…………………more than 65,000 described species of protozoa, of which more than half are fossils.
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4.The Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890 ………………….nearly unanimously through the United States Congress.
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5.Modern skyscrapers have a steel skeleton of beams and columns ……………..a three-dimensional grid.
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6.The average level of United States prices grew very little from 1953 until the mid-1960’s when ………………………
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7.The basis premise behind all agricultural production is……………available the riches of the soil for human consumption.
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8………………….to the united states House of Representatives in 1791, Nathaniel Macon remained in office until 1815.
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9……………………….of classical ballet in the united states began around 1830.
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10.The universe is estimated …………………between 10 billion and 20 billion years old.
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- A situation in which an economic market is dominated by a ………….is known as a monopoly.
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12……………….freshwater species of fish build nests of sticks, stones, or scooped-out sand..
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13.Newspaper publishers in the united states have estimated ………………..reads a newspaper every day.
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- The foundation of all other branches of mathematics is arithmetic,……………….science of calculating with numbers.
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15.Nylon was ………………………the human-made fibers.
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16.The male cicada sound is made by specialized structures on the abdomen and which apparently serves to attract females.
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17.Televisions are now an everyday feature of most households in the United States, and television viewing is the number one activity leisure.
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18.Bacteria are one of the most abundant life forms on Earth, growing on and inside another living things, in every type of environment.
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19.Fluorine is a greenish gas too active that even water and glass burn in it.
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20.In general, novels are thought of extended works of prose fiction depicting the inner and outer lives of their characters.
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21.Metabolism is the inclusive term for the chemical reactions by which the cells of an organism transforms energy, maintain their identity, and reproduce.
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22.Although most petroleum is produced from underground reservoirs, petroleum occurs in a varieties of forms at the surface.
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23.A musical organ can have pipes of two kinds: flue pipes that work like a flute and reed pipes that operate on same principle as a clarinet.
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24.The Land Ordinance of 1784 divided the western lands belonging to the United States into territories, each to be govern temporarily by its settlers.
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25.If there is too much pituitary hormone of too few insulin, the amount of sugar in the blood rises abnormally, producing a condition called. Hyperglycemia.
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26.The care of children during their years of relative helplessness appears to have being the chief incentive for the evolution of family structures.
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27. It was not until the 1920’s that pollution came to be viewed by many as a threat to the health of live on Earth.
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28.Platelets are tiny blood cells that help transport hormones and other chemicals throughout the body, and it play a role in clotting blood.
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- Until the twentieth century, pendulum clocks were calibrated against the rotation of earth by taking astronomically measurements.
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30.The rapid growth of the world’s population over the past 100 years have led to a great increase in the acreage of land under cultivation.
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31.In the eighteenth century, the Pawnees, descendants of the Nebraska culture, lived in villages sizeable on the Loup and Platte rivers in central Nebraska.
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32.The attraction of opposite charges is one of the force that keep electrons in orbit around of nucleus of an atom.
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33.Of every the major traditions of wood carving, the one that is closest in structure to the tree is the crest pole made by the Native Americans of the Northwest coast.
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34.Many of the fine-grained varieties of sedimentary rocks known as shales yield oil when distilled by hot.
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35.In 1820 there were only 65 daily newspapers in the united states, which total daily circulation of perhaps 100,000.
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36.The Milky Way galaxy includes the Sun, its planets, and rest of the solar system, along with billions of stars and other objects.
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37.Some of sharpshooter Annie Oakley’s exploits with a gun are almost unbelievable when it comes to accuracy, speed of firing,and endure.
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38.Evidence from ancient fossils indicates the scorpion may had been among the first land animals.
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39.Jetties, piers designed to aid in marine navigation, are constructed primary of wood, stone, concrete, or combinations of these materials.
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40.The Barnes Foundation in Merion, Pennsylvania, was chartered in 1922 to promotion art education by providing art classes and by establishing a publishing program.