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1 ………………. depends on the density of both the object and the water.
2. Not until the demarcation of Golestan Forest in 1336 ……… a national park.
3. The staging of a ta’ziyeh performance …………. traditionally consisted of dialogues between the evil and the good characters.
4. In nomadic Iranian tribes, not only ………….. for their meet but also as a sort of currency.
5.………… the exact function of the narrator in works of fiction may be different over time, its role appears to keep its underlying significance.
6. Caspian Sea Sturgeons are prized for their blackish roe, …………. when salted and served as an appetizer is called caviar.
7. The digestive enzyme pepsin breaks down protein into components …………… readily absorbed by the human body.
8.………… mammals have hair at some time in their lives, so in certain whales it is present only before birth.
9. Persian artists Mahmoud Farshchian is well-known for his exquisitely drawn, abundantly colored paintings …………
10. Dariush Farhoud encouraged the expansion of medical training in Iran to comprise genetics ………. founded the first Genetics department in the country.
11.…………. of staging a play that help the audience understand its structure and meaning.
12. When two straight lines meet, …………….. an angle.
13. Agha Mohammad Khan-e Ghajar made Tehran ……… in 1165.
14. ………. the calligraphy ink, calligrapher mixes dry soot and other dark ingredients with water until the solution feels sticky.
15. Confectionaries, mostly blamed today for a number of chronic diseases, have been extremely ………….. after in the past centuries.
16. An assumption often misplaced by young marketers is that buyers are incessantly …….. decisions on what goods to purchase.
17. Even though the first TVs had been accessible since the 1330’s, many people in Iran did not buy a TV set until was the year 1338.
18. The Asiatic cheetah becoming an endangered species because people have trespassed on the habitat that is crucial to the species’ continued existence.
19. The unique ability of the horseshoe crab detected bacterial endotoxins was a chance discovery in the 1870’s at the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Massachusetts.
20. With agricultural regulations getting lenient, some of Kerman’s pistachio farmers are starting cultivate pistachios non-organically, using genetic enhancers.
21. While most plants purchased from the florist are already potted, they also can be grown from seeds of leaf cuttings from mature plant.
22. As icebergs reach warmer waters, huge pieces of ice break away of them.
23. Lacrosse, the oldest organized sport in North America, originally played by the Iroquois Indians throughout upper New York and lower Ontario.
24. Studies reveal that staffs whose gain fulfillment from their professions are more creative.
25. The most often bread is made from wheat flour, but it may also be made from the flours of other cereals.
26. Such peculiar features as weightless skeletons, widely wings, and extraordinarily smooth feathers allow the Shaheen Falcon to glide inaudibly.
27. Alchemists had the idea which by applying chemical vapors to base metals they could create gold.
28. It was not until the latter part of the 1930s that Nakhchivan region of Iran was indefinite separated from Iran.
29. Among the amazing items at the Golestan Palace and Museum are the work painted by Kamal-ol-Molk.
30. Educated at home and requiring to work to support her family, Louisa May Alcott recorded many of her life’s events in her autobiographical novels.