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جهت دسترسی به کانال تخصصی آزمون MSRT بر روی لینک زیر کلیک کنید:
- Among the first plants to grow on the land regions of the Earth _____, which in prehistoric times grew to immense size
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2. Unlike fossil fuels, which can be used only once, wind and solar power _____of energy
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- _____ that the first cheese was probably made more than 4,000 years ago by nomadic tribes in Asia.
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- Today _____ of the Earth live on a very small percentage of the Earth’s land surface.
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- It was in the year 1792 _____
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6. Many small birds use new sites for each nesting, _____ large birds often reuse the same nest
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- Plateaus are often referred to as tablelands _____ essentially flat-topped and stand conspicuously above an adjacent land area.
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- Louisa May Alcott published her first book, Flower Fables _____ of fairy tales, in 1854.
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9. ______ understanding of weather and its variability, it has been difficult to prove that weather can be controlled
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- Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal Program included ______ designed to provide relief and counteract the effects of the economic depression that had begun in 1929.
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- Current health guidelines recommend that people restrict their consumption_______.
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- Walt Whitman originated a distinctive form of free verse that sets his work apart from_____ of all other poets.
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- _____ economic change by investigating the fluctuations in the relationship between workers’ wages and their buying power.
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- Although the many hours of summer sunshine in Canada’s Klondike region produce good vegetable crops, the long winters rarely permit ______.
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- Tools, a workshop, and some storage space were ______ for early experiments in aviation.
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16. A major railroad junction in Illinois, Decatur has became an important commercial hub for the region’s farm products and livestock
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- People use muscles to make various movements, such as walk, jumping, or throwing.
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- Emily Dickinson unmistakenly fixed her own highly individually and revolutionary personality in her elliptical and provocative poems.
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- The human skeleton is made up of 206 bones of difference size and shapes.
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- One of the earliest strike in United States history occurred in 1740 when bakers refused to work until their wages were increased.
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- Count Basie’s distinctive piano style and band arrangements of the late 1930’s earned his an important place in jazz history.
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- The wide range of elevations in the southern Appalachian Mountains allows for the great diverse of plant life found there.
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- Four huge shield volcanoes have been observed on Mars, as well as a great number of small ones like found those on the Earth.
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- The 1897 discover of gold in the Klondike hastened the commercial development of Washington State, as did the increasing trade with Pacific Islands.
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- The Saint Lawrence River is young relatively by geological standards, as it was founded during the last ice age.
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- With the ability produce and control fire, early humans could make heat and light and could cook foods that were difficult to eat raw.
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- Only the female and the worker wasps are equipped with a sting, which they use it to attack their prey or to protect themselves against enemies.
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- Compared with another breeds, quarter horses can start more quickly, turn more sharply, and run faster over short courses.
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- Stars emit radio waves, which they may be detected and studied using radio telescopes.
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- A glider is a type of aircraft resembling an airplane but often having not means of propulsion at all.
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- A patrilineal extended family consists of core group of males, their wives, and their unmarried daughters.
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- Herons inhabit marshy areas of the shores along fresh or salt water which they find fishes, frogs, crustaceans, and other aquatic animals to eat.
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- A computer program that communicates with the user solely by choices providing from interlinked menus is said to be menu-driven.
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- In the 1930’s few major orchestras in the United States hired woman, so many chose to perform in amateur musical groups as an alternative.
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- Complex spacecraft are characterized by a various of supporting systems including communications, guidance and navigation, altitude control, and, in some cases, life-support
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- When a piano board is substituted for buttons on right side of an accordion, the instrument is known as a piano accordion.
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- Today’s lunar and solar eclipses can be predicted to within seconds of its occurrences, and interest in them is scientific as well as aesthetic.
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- The windowless inner rooms of the Pueblo Bontio in New Mexico served for the storage of supplies, while the brighter outer rooms were using for living quarters.
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- Ultrasonic is concerned with sound vibrates or waves of a frequency above 20,000 cycles per second, the upper range audible to the human ear.
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- Freesia plants reach a height of two and one-half feet and thrive best at temperature of 50 degrees to 60 degrees Fahrenheit.