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1. The acting of Mary Ann Duff was characterized by subdued dramatic force, fidelity to——- and a marked unity of effect.
2. The coherent light of a laser——- entirely of synchronized waves of a single frequency that travel in the same direction.
3 ——- that ornithischians, plant- eating dinosaurs, lived about 225 million years ago.
4. ——- that took. American art out of the romanticism of the mid- 1800’s and carried it to the most powerful heights of realism.
5. Settlers of the western United States had a sense of equality in the face of hardship —— democratic political practices.
6. The National Medal of Science is the——- given by the United States government
7. Prehistoric people made paints by grinding colored materials — — into powder and adding water.
8. The concept of television —— images over distances, had intrigued scientists even before the invention of moving pictures or radio.
9. Recent technology gives computers ———- making them multimedia machines with interactive potential.
10. ——- at a music store was one of Lil Armstrong’s first professional jobs as a young pianist when she came to Chicago in 1917.
11. The first people to live in ——- Hawaii were the Polynesians, who sailed there in large canoes from other Pacific Islands about 2,000 years ago.
12. The Alaskan blackfish exhibits ——- to both extreme cold and low concentrations of oxygen under the ice.
13. Penicillin acts both——–.
14. Not until the 1850’s ——– in New York seek to rescue historic buildings from destruction or alteration.
15. If a diamond is heated without oxygen, it will turn to graphite, a form of——- that it is used as a lubricant.
16. Today’s farmers have increased milk production greatly through improved methods of breeding, feeding, and manage dairy cattle.
17. Hypoglycemia is a condition in which a rapidly drop in blood sugar most often results from oversecretion of insulin from the pancreas.
18. Newborn infants show a distinct preference for human voices over other sounds and also prefer her own mothers’ voices to the voices of strangers.
19. The Chippewa and Santee Sioux of the Upper Mississippi River regional have used catlinite to produce carvings for almost 150 years.
20. Absolutely nothing that floats, neither a corked bottle nor a 50,000-ton ship, can escape the effects of water currents.
21. The Wright Brothers were owner of a bicycle shop, and they used a number of bicycle parts to make the original motorized airplane.
22. Gemstones are usually bright, color, opaque or transparent minerals found in the rocks of the Earth.
23. The modem detective story, in which a detective solves a crime by discovering and interpretation evidence, is considered co have originated with Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Murders in the Rue Morgue” in 1841.
24. The superintendent of women nurse for the Union Army during the Civil War was Dorothea Dix.
25. Slow growth in the early 1900’s linked with rising unemployment, less spend and meager business investments led many experts to declare a recession.
26. Orchestrating musical works requires a understanding of the range and characteristics of each instrument.
27. The Canadian province of British Columbia is rich of minerals and, because over 50 percent of the land is covered with forests, lumbering is its major industry.
28. Each major styles of architecture emerged because new problems in building or challenges in design appeared for architects to resolve.
29. Much of the significant research related for the theory of numbers concerns the distribution of prime numbers.
30. Lauren Bacall made her film debut in To Have and Have Not, starring together Humphrey Bogan, who later became her husband.
31. The black leopard is very dark that- its spots are difficult to see.
32. On steep hillsides, tree roots bind to soil that might otherwise be washed away heavy rains.
33. Carson McCullers was only 23 when she published her first novel, The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, for what she received much acclaim.
34. Through the process of imprinting, the young of a species rapidly learn to recognize and follow other members of own species.
35. The invention of fresh metaphors today continues to make it possible the vivid expression of emotions.
36. Proteins are made up of long, folded irregularly chains, the links of which are amino acids.
37. Although most species of small birds gather in groups at feeders provided by bird-watchers, the bright red cardinals usually appears alone or with its mate.
38. The astronomy is the oldest science, but it continues to be at the forefront of scientific thought.
39. Henry David Thoreau was an American writer who is remembered for his faith in the religious significance of the nature.
40. Gold or silver bullion serve into commerce as mediums of exchange all over the world.