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16. Abraham Lincoln delivery his most famous address at the dedication of the soldiers cemetery in Gettysburg.

17. Stalagmites are produced when water to drop directly to the floor of a cave.

18. Regulation of public utilities in the United States is carried out by locally, state, and federal governments.

19. The poet Marianne Moore was initially associated with the imagist movement, but later develops her own rhyme patterns and verse forms.

20. The most worst economic reversal of the twentieth century, the Great Depression of the 1930’s, began in the United states and spread abroad.

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21. Many narcotic plants and its products, such as nicotine, are effective in controlling insects.

22. In some occupations, the computer has already replaced the motor vehicle as the principal conserve of time and laboring.

23. Farming becomes more expensive when farmers are forced to apply greater quantities of costly fertilizers for to sustain yields.

24. The metaphors we use routinely are the means which by we describe our everyday experiences.

25. Scientists finding out that the universe is even larger and more complex than anyone has ever imagined.

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26. Because their properties differ from those of their constituents, proper alloys can great increase the corrosion resistance of a metal.

27. The ability to retain a mental record of earlier experiences are referred to as “memory”.

28. The aging process is not entirely determined by heredity, but is influenced by different environmental and social circumstances as good.

29. The waterwheel is a mechanism designed to harness energy from a source instead than animals.

30. If they are prepared skillfully, soybeans they can be appetizing as well as nutritious.

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31. Studies of either vision and physical optics began almost as early as civilization itself.

32. James Whitcomb Riley, the “Hoosier Poet,” wrote many of his work in standard English,but he wrote his most popular poems in the dialect of his home state, Indiana.

33. The city of Green Bay, established in 1745, was the first permanent settler in Wisconsin.

34. Whichever they may differ widely in function, all cells have a surrounding membrane and an internal, water-rich substance called cytoplasm.

35. Booker T. Washington, an educational leader, worked throughout the lifetime to improve economic conditions for Black people in the United States.

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36. In the Middle Ages, books called bestiaries were prepared in an attempt to describe animals, real or imagine, that exemplified human traits.

37. Pumps can operate under pressures ranging between a fraction of a pound to more than 10,000 pounds per square inch.

38. Approximately fifty percent of the package utilized in the United States are for foods and beverages.

39. Whether as statesman, scientist, and philosopher, Benjamin Franklin was destined to gain lasting honor throughout much of the world.

40. A traditional Halloween decoration is a jack-o-lantern, which is a hollowed-out pumpkin with a scary face cut into them.

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