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1. The Anasazi settlements at Chaco Canyon were built on a spectacular scale with more than 75 carefully engineered structures, of up to 600 rooms each, were connected co nnected by a complex regional system of roads.  A. with more than 75 carefully engineered structures, of up to 600 rooms each, each, were B. with more than 75 carefully engineered structures, of up to 600 rooms each, C. of more than 75 carefully engineered structures str uctures of up to 600 rooms, each that had been D. of more than 75 carefully engineered structures of up u p to 600 rooms and with each E. of more than 75 carefully engineered structures stru ctures of up to 600 rooms each h had ad been

2. According to one expert, the cause of genetic irregularities in many breeds of dog is not so much that dogs are being bred for looks or to meet other narrow criteria as that the breeds have relatively few founding members.  A. the cause of genetic irregularities in many breeds of dog is not so much much that dogs are being bred for looks or to meet other narrow criteria B. the cause of genetic irregularities in m many any breeds breeds of dog is not as as m much uch their their being bred for looks looks or meeting other narrow criteria as much C. it is not so so much much the the cause of genetic irregularities in ma many ny breeds of dog that th they ey are being bred bred for looks or meeting other narrow criteria as much D. it is not so much the cause of genetic irregularities irregularities in many breeds of d dog og is ttheir heir being bred for looks or meeting other narrow criteria so much E. it is not so much tthe he cause of genetic irregularities in many breeds of dog to to be bred ffor or looks or to meet other narrow criteria

3. Greatly influenced by the Protested missionary Samuel Kirkland, the Oneida was the only one of the five-nation Iroquois League who sided with the colonists during the American Revolution.  A. was the only one of the five-nation Iroquois League who sided This website stores such as B. was alone of thedata five-nation Iroquois League when they sided cookies to enable essential site C. alone among the five-nation Iroquois League sided functionality, as well as marketing, D. were tthe he only ones out of the five nations of Iroquois League League in siding personalization, and analytics. You E. only of the five-nation Iroquois League had sided

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4. Although the turtle has been toothless for more than 150 million years, in some contemporary turtle species the moderately sharp and jagged edges of their horny jaws function for teeth.  A. their horny jaws function for teeth Privacy Policy B. its horny jaws function for teeth Marketing C. its horny jaws function as do teeth D the horny jaws function as teeth do Personalization E the horny jaws function as teeth

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  5. The Achaemenid empire of Persia reached the Indus Valley in the fifth century B.C., bringing the  Aramaic script with it, from which was derived both northern and southern India alphabets.  A. the Aramaic Aramaic script script with with it, it, and fromfrom which was deriving derived both and and the B. the which both northern the northern C. with it the Aramaic script, from which derive both the northern and the D. with it the Aramaic script, from which derives both northern no rthern and E. with it the Aramaic script, and deriving deriv ing from it both the northern and 6. In the past several years, astronomers have detected detected more than 80 m massive assive planets, most of them as large or larger than Jupiter, which circle other stars.  A. most of them as large or larger than Jupiter, Jupiter, which circle B. most of them as large or larger than Jupiter and circling C. most of them at least as large as Jupiter, circling D. mostly at least as a s large as Ju Jupiter piter,, which circle E. mostly as large or larger th than an Jupiter Jupiter,, circling 7. Each year companies in United States States could save as much as $58 bi billion llion annually by preventing illness among employees and gain as much as $200 billion through improving performance of workers if they simply provided off ices with cleaner air air.. (A) Same (B) annually if they prevented employee illness and gain as much as $200 billion through worker performance improved by simply providing (C) annually in employee illness prevention and gain as much as $200 billion through worker performance improved by simply providing (D) in employee illness prevention and gain as much as $200 billion through improving performance of workers if they simply provided (E) by preventing illness among employees and gain as much as $200 billion through improved worker performance if they simply provided

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ultimately place 9 The investigations of many psychologist and anthropologists support the generalization of there being little that is a significant difference in underlying mental processes manifested by people from different culture.  A of there being little that is a significant difference B of there being little that is significantly different C of little that is significantly different D that there is little that is significantly different E that there is little of significant differences

10. The yield per acre of coffee berries varies varies enormously in that a single tree, depending on both iits ts size and on climate and altitude, a ltitude, could produce enough berries to make between one o ne and twelve pounds of dried beans a year.  A.  enormously in that a single tree, depending on both its size and on climate and altitude, could produce B.  enormously in that a single tree, dependent on its size and also on climate and altitude, is able to produce C.  enormously, because a single tree, depending on its size and on climate and altitude, is able to produce D.  enormously, because a single tree, being dependent on its size, climate, and altitude, is capable of producing E.  enormously, because a single tree, dependent both on its size as well as on climate and altitude, could produce

11. Before scientists learned how to make a synthetic growth hormone, removing it painstakingly in small amounts from the pituitary glands of human cadavers.  A. scientists learned how to make a synthetic growth hormone, removing it painstakingly B. scientists had learned about making a synthetic growth hormone, they had to remove it painstakingly C. scientist learned how to synthesize syn thesize This website stores data such as the growth hormone, it had to be painstakingly removed D. learning to make a synthetic cookies to how enable essential site growth hormone, scientists had to remove it painstakingly E. Learning how syn thesize synthesize the growth hormone, it have to be painstakingly removed by scientists functionality, astowell as marketing,

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13 A study of food resources in the North Pacific between 1989 and 1996 revealed that creatures of the seabed were suffering from dwindling food supplies, possibly resulting from increasing sea surface temperatures during the same period. a) that creatures of the seabed were suffering from dwindling food supplies, possibly resulting from increasing b) that creatures of the seabed were wer e suffering because food supplies were dwindling, possibly as a result of an increase in c) that creatures of the seabed were suffering because of food supplies, which were dwindling possibly as a result of increasing d) creatures of the seabed that were suffering from food supplies that were dwindling, possibly resulting from an increase in e) creatures of the seabed that were suffering because food supplies were dwindling, which possibly resulted from increasing 14 The largest trade-book publisher in the US has announced the creation of a new digital imprint division, under which it will publish about 20 purely digital works to be sold online as either electronic books or downloadable copies that can be printed upon purchase.  A) works to be sold online as either electronic books or B) works to sell them online, either as electronic electronic books or C) works and it will sell them online as as either electronic books or a ass D) works, and selling them online as either electronic books o orr as E) andstores it w will ill sell hem online books or Thisworks, website datatthem such as as either electronic books

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D. the brain growth in mice when placed in a stimulating environment or the increase in canaries' neurons when they E. brain growth in mice that are placed in a stimulating environment or an increase in neurons in canaries that 16. Less than 35 years after the release of African honeybees outside Sao Paulo, Brazil, their descendents, popularly known as killer bees had migrated as far north as So Southern uthern T Texas. exas.  A. Less than 35 years after the release of African honeybees outside Sao Paulo, Brazil, B. In less than 35 years since releasing African honeybees outside Sao Paulo, Brazil, C. In less than the 35 years y ears since African honeybees had been released r eleased outside Sao Paulo, Brazil, D. It took less than 35 years from f rom the release of African honeybees outside Sao Paulo, Brazil Brazil,, when E. It took less than 35 years after the time that African honeybees were released outside Sao Paulo, Brazil, and then 17. The new image of Stone Age people as systematic hunters of large animals, rather than merely scavenging for meat, have emerged from the examination of tools found in Germany, including there wooden spears that archaeologists believe to be about 400,000 years old.  A. merely scavenging for meat, have emerged from the the exami examination nation of ttools ools found in Germa Germany, ny, including B. as mere scavenging for meat, have emerged from examining tools found in Germany, which include C. as mere meat scavengers, has emerged from examining tools found in Germany that includes D. mere scavengers of meat, has emerged from the examination of tools found in Germany, which includes E. mere scavengers of meat, has emerged from the examination exa mination of tools found in Germany, including

18. There is a widespread belief in the US and Western Europe that young people have a smaller commitment to work and a career than their parents paren ts and grandparents and that the source of the change lies in the collapse of the 'work ethic'.  A. a smaller commitment to work and a career than their parents and grandparents B. less of a commitment to work and a career than their parents and grandparents C. a smaller commitment to work and an d a career than their parents and grandparents D. lesswebsite of a commitment to work an This stores data suchand asd a career than their parents and grandparents had cookies to enable essential site E. a lessening of commitment to work and a career than th their eir parents and functionality, asthe well as marketing, grandparents had and analytics. You personalization,

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20. An international team of astronomers working at telescopes in the Canary Islands and Spain has detected at least 18 huge gas spheres estimated to have 5 to 15 times the mass of Jupiter, the solar system’s largest planet.  A.) astronomers working at telescopes in the Canary Islands and Spai Spain n has detected detected at least 18 huge gas spheres estimated to have 5 to 15 times the mass of Jupiter B.) astronomers working at telescopes in the Canary Islands and Spain has detected at least 18 huge gas spheres estimated to be 5 to 15 times Jupiter’s mass C.) astronomers is working at telescopes in the Canary Islands and Spain, having detected at least 18 huge gas sphere that are estimated at 5 to 15 times the mass of Jupiter D.) astronomers, working at telescopes in the Canary Islands and Spain, and has detected at least 18 huge gas spheres estimated at 5 to 15 times the mass of Jupiter E.) astronomers, working at telescopes in the Canary Islands and Spain, has detected at least 18 huge gas spheres they have estimated to be 5 to 15 times Jupiter’s mass 21. Shipwrecks are more likely to be found undisturbed at great depths than in shallow costal waters, which exposes archaeological remains to turbulence turbul ence and makes them accessible to anyone in scuba gear gear,, whether they be archaeologist, treasure hunter hunter,, or sport diver diver..  A. than in shallow sh allow costal waters, which exposes e xposes archaeological remains to turbulence and makes them accessible to anyone in scuba gear gear,, whether they be B. than in shallow costal waters, where archaeological remains are exposed to turbulence and are accessible to anyone in scuba gear gear,, whether C. as opposed to shallow waters along the coast, where archaeological remains are exposed to turbulence and accessible to anyone in scuba gear gear,, including D. instead of in shallow waters along the coast, which exposes archaeological archaeo logical remains to turbulence and making them accessible to anyone in scuba gear, gear, including an E. instead of shallow waters, arch aeological remains to turbulence and make This website storescoastal data such asbecause it exposes archaeological them accessible to anyone in scuba gear,, whether cookies to enable essential site gear

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23. Unlike most severance packages, which require workers to stay until un til the last day scheduled to collect, workers at the automobile company are eligible for its severance package even if they find a new job before they are terminated.  A. the last day scheduled to collect, workers a t the automobile au tomobile company are eligible for its severance package B. the last day they are scheduled to collect, workers are eligible for the automobile company's severance package C. their last scheduled day to collect, col lect, the automobile company offers its severance package to workers D. their last scheduled day in order or der to collect, the automobile company's severance package is available to workers E. the last day that they are scheduled to collect, the automobile company's severance package is available to workers

24. An international group of more than 2,000 scientists project an average global wa warming rming that will be between 1.8 and 6.3 degrees Fahrenheit by the year 2000.  A. project an average global warming that will be between between 1.8 and B. project an average global warming to be from 1.8 to C. project global warming that will average between 1.8 and D. projects global warming to average from 1.8 to E. projects an average global warming of between 1.8 and an d

25. Ozone reaches high concentrations twelve miles above Earth, where it has long lon g appeared that it was immune from human influence; we have now realized, though, that emissions of industrial chlorofluorocarbons deplete the ozone layer lay er..  A) has long appeared that it was immune from B) has long appeared to have h ave been immune from C) haswebsite long appeared being immune This stores as data such as to D) had long appeared immune site to cookies to enable essential functionality, as wellthat as marketing, E) had long appeared it was immune to

personalization, and analytics. You may change your settings at any time or accept the default settings. 26. The electronics company has unveiled what it claims to be the world’s smallest network digital camcorder,, the length of which is that of a handheld computer, camcorder computer, and it weighs less than 11 ounces.  A.  toPolicy be the world’s smallest network digital camcorder, camcorder, the length of wh which ich is that of a handheld Privacy computer, and it weighs

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C.  is the smallest network digital camcorder in the world, which is as long as a handheld computer computer,, and it weighs D.  is the world’s smallest network digital camcorder, which which is as long as a handheld computer and weighs E.  is the world’s smallest network digital camcorder, the length length of which iiss that of a handheld computer, weighing

27. Since 1990 the global economy has grown more than it did during the 10000 years from the beginning of agriculture to 1950.  A. Since 1990 the global economy has grown mo more re than it did during during the 10000 ye years ars from the beginning of agriculture B. Since 1990 the growth of global economy has been more than that[it did] during 10000 years, from when agriculture began C. The growth of the global economy since 1990 exceeds that which had been for 10000 years from the beginning of agriculture. agr iculture. D. The growth of the global economy since 1990 exceeds what it has been for 10000 years, from when agriculture began E. The growth of the global economy since 1990 exceeds what it did for the 10000 years from the beginning of agriculture. agr iculture. 28. The spectacular disintegration of a comet last year in full view v iew of ground-and space-based telescopes provided new insights into how comets form and may thus force a rethinking of the role of comets co mets in the delivery of organic compounds to the evolving ev olving earth.  A. The spectacular spectacular disintegrat disintegration ion of a comet comet last year in full view of g groundround- and space-based telescopes telescopes provided new insights into how comets form and thus may force B. The spectacular disintegration of a comet last las t year in full view of ground- and space-based telescopes, provided new insights into how comets form and thus possibly forcing C. When a comet's spectacular disintegration occured in full view of ground- and space-based s pace-based telescopes last year, year, it provided new insights into how comets form and thus possibly forcing D. Last year, in full view of ground- and space-based telescopes, a comet's spectacular disintegration provided new insights comets This website stores into datahow such as form and thus possibly forcing cookies to enable site and space-based telescopes, the spectacular disintegration of a E. Last year, in full essential view of groundfunctionality, as well asinsights marketing, comet has provided new into how comets form and may thus force

personalization, and analytics. You may change your settings at any time or accept 29. Therethe are default hopeful settings. sign signss that we are shifting away away from our heavy relia reliance nce on fossil fuels: more than ten times as much energy is generated through wind power now than it was in 1990  A) generated through wind power now than it was Privacy Policy B) generated through wind power now n ow as it was C) generated through wind power now as was the case Marketing D) now generated through wind power as it was Personalization E) now generated through wind power than was the case

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  30. The Sports Medicine Programs of the Olympic Training Center, a complex where final try outs are held for athletes representing the US in the Olympics, is geared toward enhancing athletes' performance and toward their preparation for international competition.  A.) is geared toward toward enhancing athletes' performance and toward their preparation B.) is geared to enhance the performance of athletes and to prepare them C.) are geared to enhance athletes performance and their preparation pr eparation D.) D.) are geared toward the enhancement of athletes' performance and toward preparing them E.) are geared ttoward oward enhancing the perf performance ormance of athletes and preparing them

31. A recent review of pay scales indicates that CEO’s now earn an average of 419 times more pay than blue-collar workers, compared to a ratio of 42 times in 1980.  A.  that CEO’s now earn an average of 419 times more pay than blue-collar workers, compared to a ratio of 42 times B.  that, on average, CEO’s now earn 419 times the pay of blue-collar workers, a ratio that compares to 42 times C.   that, on average, CEO’s now earn 419 times the pay of blue-collar workers, as compared to 42 times their pay, the ratio D.  CEO’s who now earn on average 419 times more pay than blue-collar workers, as compared to 42 times their pay, the ratio E.  CEO’s now earning an average of 419 times the pay of blue-collar workers, work ers, compared to the ratio of 42 times 32. The computer company has announced that it will purchase the color-printing division of a rival company for $950 million, which is part of a deal that will make it the largest manufacturer in the office color-printing market,  A) million, which is part of a deal that will make B) million, a part of a deal that makes C) million, part of a deal making makin g D) million as a stores part of data a dealsuch to make This website as cookies E) millionto asenable part of aessential de al thatsite deal will make

functionality, as well as marketing, personalization, and analytics. You mayMany change your settings at anybut time 33. teenagers undergo stress, results of a recent study indicate that the patterns of stress s tress that or accept the default settings. girls experience are more likely to result in depression than are those that boys experience.  A are those that boys experience B what boys experience Privacy Policy C boys’ experience would D boys’ Marketing stress patterns do E stress patterns of boys

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  34. Patience Lovell Wright, whose traveling waxworks exhibit preceded Madame Tuscan’s work by 30 year, became well known as much because of having an eccentric personality as for having skillfully rendered popular public figures in wax. (A)well known as much because of having an eccentric personality as for having skillfully rendered popular public figures in wax (B)well known as much for having an eccentric personality as for skillful wax renderings of popular public figures. (C)well known as much because of her eccentric e ccentric personality as she was for her skillful wax renderings of popular public figures. (D)as well known for having an eccentric personality as having skillfully rendered popular public f igures in wax. (E)as well known for her eccentric personality as for her skillful wax renderings of popular public figures.

35. The government predicts that, for consumers and businesses that make a large number of long-distance calls, the Federal communication's recent telephone rate cuts will greatly reduce costs, though some consumer groups disagree with the government's estimates, suggesting they are too optimistic.  A. The government predicts that, for consumers and businesses that make a large number of long-distance calls, the Federal communication's recent telephone rate cuts will greatly reduce costs, B. The government predicts that costs will be greatly reduced for consumers and businesses that make a large number of long-distance calls by the Federal Communication Communication Commission's telephone rate cuts, C. The government's prediction is, for consumers and businesses making a large number of long-distance calls, costs will be greatly reduced by the recent telephone rate cuts made by the Federal Communications Commission, D. For consumers and businesses that make large number of long-distance calls, the government prediction that the Federal Communication's recent telephone rate cuts will greatly reduce re duce costs, E. For consumers and businesses making a large number of long-distance calls, the government predicts Thisthe website data such that recentstores telephone rate cutsasthat the Federal Communications Commission has made will greatly cookiescosts, to enable essential site reduce

functionality, as well as marketing, personalization, and analytics. You may Scientists change your settings at any time Laboratory have 36. at the Los Alamos National have succeeded for for the first time in mining heat or accept the default settings. from the Earth’s interior and producing energy on a commercial scale, enough for efficient generation of electricity and heating factories and homes.  A. and producing energy energy on a commercial scale, enough for efficient generati generation on of elec electricity tricity and and heating Privacy Policy B. and producing enough energy on a commercial scale for electricity to be generated efficiently and to heat Marketing C. for energy production on a commercial scale, enough for generating electricity effi efficiently ciently and to heat Personalization D. to produce energy on a commercial scale, enough for generating electricity eff efficiently iciently and for heating

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37A.. In addition to her work on the Miocene hominid fossil record, Mary Leakey contributed to archaeology with her discovery of the earliest direct evidence of hominid activity and painstakingly documenting East African cave paintings. pa intings.  A. Leakey contributed to archaeology with her discovery of the earliest direct evidence of hominid activity and painstakingly documenting B. Leakey contributed to archaeology by her discovery of the earliest direct evidence of hominid a activity ctivity and by painstakingly documenting C. Leakey was a contributor to archaeology with with her discovery of the earliest direct e evidence vidence of hominid activity and with her painstaking documentation of D. Leakey’s contributions tto o archaeology include her d discovery iscovery of the earliest direct evidence of hominid activity and her painstaking documentation of E. Leakey’s contributions to to archaeology include include her discovering the earliest direct direct evidence of hominid activity and painstaking documentation of

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This website stores data such as cookies to Washington enable essential site 38. George dedicate dedicated d his life to the economic strengthening of the south with improvement functionality, as well as marketing, of soil and diversification of corps. personalization, and analytics. Yousouth with improvement of soil and diversification of corps.  A. the economic strengthening of the may change your settings at any time with soil improvement and diversification of corps. B. strengthening the economy in the south or accept the default settings. C. the strengthening of the economy of the south through soil improvement and crop diversif ication. D. the strengthening of the economy of the south through improving soil and crop diversifying E. the economic strengthening in the south with improving soil and diversifying corp.

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40. To To meet the rising marketing demand for fish f ish and seafood, suppliers are growing ffish ish twice as fast as their natural growth rate, cutting their feed allotment by nearly half h alf and raising them on special diets.  A. their natural growth rate, cutting their feed allotment allotment B. their natural growth rate, their feed allotment cut C. growing them naturally natu rally,, cutting their feed allotment D. they grow naturally n aturally,, cutting their feed allotment E. they grow naturally n aturally,, with their feed allotment cut

41. Mideast immigr immigrants’ ants’ rates of entrepreneurship exceed virtually every other immigrant g group roup in the the increasingly divers United Un ited States economy.  A. Mideast immigrants’ rates of entrepreneurship exceed B. Mideast immigra immigrants nts are exhibiting rates of entrepreneurship exceeding exceeding C. Immigrants from the Mideast exhibit rrates ates of entrepreneurship entrepreneurship exceeding those those of D. The rates of entrepreneurship in immigra immigrants nts from the Mideast exceed E. The rates rates of Mideast immigrants’ immigrants’ entrepreneurship entrepreneurship exceeds those of

ThisUnlike website such as 42. usingstores spicesdata for cooking, in medicinal usage they are taken in large quantities in order to treat cookies to enable essential site particular maladies. functionality, well for as cooking, marketing,  A) Unlike usingas spices in medicinal usage they are taken personalization, and analytics. You B) unlike spices that are used us ed in cooking, in using spices for medicine, they a are re taken may change your settings at any time C) Unlike cooking with spices, taking spices for medicinal use is done or accept the default settings. D) In cooking, small quantities of spices are ar e used, whereas in medicinal usage spices are taken E) In cooking, the usage of spices is in small quantities, whereas in me medicinal dicinal usage they are taken Privacy Policy 43. Paleontologist MarketingStephen Jay Gould has argued that many biological traits are not the products of natural selection, favored due to their enhancement of reproduction or survival, but that they are simply Personalization random by-products of other evolutionary developments.

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44. The Environmental Protection Agency frequently puts mandatory controls on toxic substances that present as little risk as one on e in a million chances to cause caus e cancer. cancer.  A. as little risk as one in a million chances to cause B. as little risk as one chance in a million of causing C. as little risk as one chance in a million that it will cause D. a risk as little as one chance in a million for causing E. a risk as little as one chance in a million for it i t to cause

45. Hydrocarbons, with which fruit flies perfume themselves in species-specific s pecies-specific blends, are known to be important in courtship, and apparently this assists flies that taste the hydrocarbons on prospective mates to distinguish their own species from that of o f others.  A. and apparently this assists flies flies that taste the hydrocarbons on prospective prospective mates to distinguish their own species from that of B. and apparently this assists flies when they taste the hydrocarbons on prospective mates in distinguishing their own species from those of C. which apparently assists flies that tastes the hydrocarbons on prospective mates in being able to distinguish their own species from D. apparently assisting flies to taste the hydrocarbons on prospective mates to distinguish their own species from those of E. apparently assisting flies that taste the hydrocarbons hy drocarbons on prospective mates in distinguishing dis tinguishing their own species from 46.  If current trends continue, by the year 2010 carbon emissions in the United States will soar to a level more than one-third higher than were those in 1990, according to official projections. This datathan suchone-third as  A. willwebsite soar to astores level more higher than were those cookies to enable essential site B. will soar to a level l evel more than one-third higher than that functionality, as marketing, C. would soar to awell levelas more than one-third higher than is was personalization, and analytics. D. would soar to a level more than th anYou one-third higher than those may change your settings at any time E. would soar to a level le vel more than one-third higher than they were

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48. Unlike many United States cities, where a river is no longer the focal point of urban life, the river in San Antonio winds through the middle of the business district, and the River Walk, or Pasco del Rio, is the city's most popular attraction.  A) Unlike many United States cities, where a river is no longer the focal point of u urban rban life, the river in San Antonio B) Unlike the river in many cities in the United Stated, which is no longer the local point of urban life, in San Antonio the river C)Today C)T oday the river in many cities in the United States is no longer the focal point po int of urban life, unlike San  Antonio, where it D) In few United States cities today, a river is the focal point of urban ur ban life, but the river in San Sa n Antonio E) No longer do many cities in United States have a river as the focal point of urban life, but in San  Antonio the river

49. It was only after Katharine Graham became publisher of The Washington Post in 1963 that it moved mov ed into the first rank of American newspapers, and it was under her command that the paper won high praise for its unrelenting unr elenting reporting of the Wate Watergate rgate scandal.  A. It was only after Katharine Graham became publisher of The Washington Post in 1963 that it moved into the first rank of American newspapers, and it was under her command that the paper won high praise for its unrelenting unr elenting reporting of the Wate Watergate rgate scandal. B. It was only after Katharin Graham's becoming publisher publishe r of The Wasington Post in 1963 that it moved into the first rank of American newspaper newspaper,, and under her commandt it had won high praise  C. Katharine Graham became publisher of The Washington Post in 1963, and only after that

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four-tenths of one percent, amounting to about $72, as compared with comparably equipped cars and trucks this year. B. The automobile company announced that the average price of next year’s cars and trucks would decrease four-tenths of one on e percent, or abou aboutt $72, from that of comparably equipped models this year. C. The automobile company announced that there would be a decrease of o f four-tenths of one percent in next year’s models price, or about abou t $72, below this year’s comparably equipped cars and trucks. D. Compared to comparably equipped models this year, the automobile company announced that the average price of next year’s cars and trucks would decrease about $72, less by four-tenths of one percent. E. Contrasted with comparably equipped cars and trucks of this year, the automobile company announced that the average price of next year’s y ear’s models would decrease about $72, or four-tenths of one percent. 51. A study on couples' retirement transitions found that women who took new jobs after retiring from their primary careers reported high marital satisfaction, more so than those who retired r etired completely completely..  A. more so than those who retired B. which was more than if they had h ad retired C. more than when retiring D. more than if they were to retire r etire E. which was more so than those retiring 52. Although at one time cchildren’s hildren’s programming had been limited to a few hours a week, now, however, there are at least four cable networks that dedicate themselves entirely to shows produced specifically for children.  A.   Although at one time children’s programming had been limited to a few hours a week, now, however however,, there are at least leas t four cable networks that dedicate themselves B.  With children’s programming having been limited at one time to a few hours a week, now at least four cable networks have hav e dedicated themselves C.  Once limited to a few hours a week, there are now at least four cable networks with children’s programming that dedicate themselves D.  Children’s programming was once limited to a few hours a week, but now there are at least four cable networks dedicated This website stores data such as E.   While children’s programming had once been limited to a few hours a week, at least four cable cookies to enable essential site networks are now dedicated

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54. Regardless of their form or function, all aerodynamically enhanced, curved object objectss made for throwing have been called boomerangs by non-Australians ever since 1788, when European saw Dharug-speaking men tossing 'bumariny' in the area later known k nown as Sydney.  A Regardless of their form or function, all aerodynamically enhanced, curved objects made for throwing have been called boomerangs by non-Austr n on-Australians alians ever since 1788 B Regardless of ttheir heir form or function, any aerodynamically aerodynamically enhanced, curved ob object ject made for throwing has been called a boomerang by non-Australians ever since 1788 C Ever since 1788, 1788, non-Aust non-Australians ralians have called all aerodynamically aerodynamically enhanced, curved objects objects made for for throwing boomerangs, regardless of their form or function, from D Ever since 17 1788, 88, any aerodynamically enhanced, curved object mad made e for throwing has been called a boomerang by non-Australians, regardless of its form or function, from E Non-Australians ha have ve called all aerodynamically enhanced, curved objects made for throwing boomerangs since 1788, regardless of their form or function, from

55. Industrialization and modern methods of insect control have improved the standard of living ar around ound the globe while at the same s ame time they have introduced some 100,000 dangerous chemical pollutants, having gone virtually unregulated since they were developed more than 50 years ye ars ago.  A. while at the same time they have introduced some 100,000 100,000 dangerous chemical pollutants, having B. while at the stores same time some 100,000 dangerous chemical pollutants that have This website dataintroducing such as100,000 C. while they have introduced some 1 00,000 dangerous chemical pollutants at the same time, which cookies to enable essential site have functionality, as well marketing, D. but introducing someas100,000 dangerous chemical pollutants at the same time that have personalization, and analytics. E. but at the same time introducingYou some 100,000 dangerous chemical pollutant, having

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  60. First discovered more than 30 years ago, Lina's sunbird, a four-and-a-half-inch animal found in the Philippines and that resembles a hummingbird, has shimmering metallic colors on its head; a brilliant orange patch, bordered with red tufts, in the center of its breast; and a red r ed eye.  A. found in the Philippines and that resembles B. found in the Philippines and that, th at, resembling C. found in the Philippines and resembling re sembling D. that is found in the Philippines and it resembles E. that is found in the Philippines and that, resembling

61. Among lower-paid workers, union members are less likely than nonunion members to be enrolled in lower-end insurance plans imposing stricter limits on medical services and requiring doctors to see more patients, and spend less time with each. (A) imposing stricter limits on medical services and requiring doctors d octors to see more patients, and spend (B) imposing stricter limits on medical services, requiring requirin g doctors to see more patients, and spending (C) that impose stricter limits on medical services, require doctors to see more patients, and spend (D) that impose stricter limits on medical services servi ces and require doctors to see more patients, spending (E) that impose stricter limits on medical services, requiring requirin g doctors to see more patients and sspending pending

62. Because she knew many of the leaders of colonial America and the American Revolution personally, Mercy Otis Warren was continually at or near the center of o f political events from 1765 to 1789, a vantage point combining with her talent for writing to make her one of the most valuable historians h istorians of the ear (a) a vantage point combining with her talent for writing to make (b) a vantage point, when combined with her talent for writing, that made (c) a vantage point that combined with her talent for writing, and it made (d) and this vantage point, which combined with her he r talent for writing to make (e) and this vantage point, combined with her talent for fo r writing, made 63. drafting the data Declaration of Sentiments that was adopted at the Seneca Falls Women’s Rights ThisWhen website stores such as Conventions in 1848, included in it by the author, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, was a call for female cookies to enable essential site enfranchisement. functionality, as well as marketing,  A, When drafting the Declaration of Sentiments that was adopted at the Seneca Fall Fallss Women’s Rights personalization, and analytics. You Conventions in 1848, included in it by the author, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, was a call for female may change your settings at any time enfranchisement. or accept the default settings. B. Including a call for female f emale enfranchisement, a draft of the Declaration of Sentiments was adopted at the Seneca Falls Women’s Rights Conventions in 184 1848 8 that Elizabeth Cady Stanton wrote. C. When Policy the Declaration of Sentiments drafted by Elizabeth Cady Stanton was adopted at the Seneca Privacy Falls Women’s Women’s Rights Convention in 1848, a call for female enfranchisement had been included in it . D. A callMarketing for female enfranchisement, included in Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s draft of the Declaration of Sentiments in 1848, that was adopted ad opted by the S Seneca eneca Falls Women’s Rights Convention. Personalization E. When Elizabeth Cady Stanton drafted the Declaration of Sentiments that was adopted at the Seneca

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64. Whereas the use of synthetic fertilizers has greatly expanded agricultural productivity in many parts of the world, an increase in their use can create serious environmental problems such as water pollution, and their substitution for more traditional fertilizers may accelerate soil structure deterioration and soil erosion.  A. an increase in their use can create create serious environmental problems suc such h as water pollution, and ttheir heir substitution for more traditional fertilizers B. an increase in their use can create serious environmental problems like water pollution, and if substituted for more traditional fertilizers, it C. if these fertilizers are used increasingly in creasingly,, they can create serious environmental problems such as water pollution, and if used as substitutions for more traditional fertilizers, they D. the increased usage of these fertilizers can create serious environmental problems such as water pollution, while if substituted for more traditional fertilizers, this substitution E. the increased usage of these fertilizers can create serious environmental problems like water pollution, while their substitution for more traditional fertilizers

65. A decade after initiating the nation's n ation's most comprehensive and aggressive antismoking program, per capita consumption of cigarettes in California declined from fr om over 125 packs annually per pers person on to about 60, a drop more than twice as great gr eat as in the nation as a whole.  A) per capita consumpt consumption ion of cig cigarettes arettes in California declined from over 125 packs annually per person to to about 60, a drop more than twice as great as B) annual per capita consumption of cigarettes in California declined from over 125 packs to about 60, more than twice as great as that C) California's annual per capita consumption of cigarettes declined from over 125 packs per person to about 60, more than twice as great as the drop D) California has seen per capita consumption of cigarettes decline from over 125 packs annually to about 60, a drop more than twice as great as that E) California has seen annual per capita consumption of cigarettes decline from over 125 packs per person to aboutstores 60, more twice This website datathan such as as great as that

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  67. Africa’s black rhino population in the mid-1970’s numbered about 2,000, ten times the estimated population of 2,000 in 1997.  A. the estimated population B. that of their estimated population C. more than the population’s estimated amount D. more black rhinos than their population popul ation estimate E. more than that of their population’s estimated estimated amount 68. The cottontail rabbit population in Orange County, California, has increased unchecked in recent years as a result of the removal of the native fox population po pulation and the clearing of surrounding woodlands.  A. years as a result of the removal of B. years as a result of removing C. years, resulting from the removing of D. years, which is result of removing E. years, which is a result r esult of the removal of 69. In human hearing, subtle differences in how the two ears hear a given sound help the listener determine the qualities of that sound.  A.  in how the two ears hear a given sound help the listener determine B.  in the two ears hearing a given sound help the listener in determining C.  in how a sound is heard by the two ears helps the listener determine D.  between how the two ears hear a given sound helps the listener in determining E.  between how a sound is heard by the two ears help the listener in determining 70. Employment costs rose 2.8 percent in the 12 months that ended in September Se ptember,, slightly less than they did in the year that ended in the previous quarter quarter..   A, less than they did B, less than it did C, less than they were D, lower than stores data such as This website E, lower than they were

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households where the children and grandchildren are living in their grandparents’ g randparents’ home as compared to households where the grandparents are living in their children’s or grandchildren’s home. (A)as compared to households where the (B)as there are households where the (C)as those whose (D)than compared to those where the (E)than there are whose

73. With no natural predators and expanses of green suburban neighborhoods that allow no hunting, wildlife officials estimate the New Jersey deer population to have grown to exceed 175,000  A. With no natural predators and expanses of green suburban subur ban n neighborhoods eighborhoods that allow no hunting, wildlife officials estimate the New Jersey deer population to have B. With no natural predators and with expanses of green suburban neighborhoods that do not allow hunting, wildlife officials' estimate of the deer population in New Jersey has C. With no natural predators and with expanses of green suburban neighborhoods where there is no hunting, the deer population in New N ew Jersey Jersey,, wildlife officials estimate, has D. Without natural predators and no hunting allowed in expanse of green suburban neighborhoods, New Jersey has a deer population that wildlife officials estimate to have E. Without natural predators and with expanses of green neighborhoods where there is no hunting, wildlife officials in New Jersey estimate a deer population that has

74. A recently published report indicates that the salaries of teachers continue to lag far behind other college-educated professionals, because they make an average of nearly $8,000 a year less at the start of their careers and almost a lmost $24,000 le less ss a year by the time they reach the age of 50.  A. other college-educated professionals, because they make an average of nearly n early $8,000 a year less at the start of their careers and almost $24,000 less B. other college-educated professionals, by an average of nearly $8,000 a year at the start of their careers, to almost $24,000 This website stores data such as C. what other college-educated professionals are paid—making pa id—making an average of nearly $8,000 a year less cookies to enable essential site at the start of their car eers careers and almost $24,000 less functionality, as well as marketing, D. those of other college-educated professionals—by an average of nearly $8,000 a year at the start of personalization, and analytics. You their almost $24,000 may careers changetoyour settings at less any time E. of the other college-educated or those accept default settings. professionals—by an average of nearly $8,000 a year at the start of their careers, and an d by almost $24,000

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health car, education, and environment.  A. they denounce big government, government, saying government is doing too much and and has become too powerful, while at the same time supporting B. they denounce big government—they say that government is doing too much and has become too powerful—but supporting at the same time C. they denounce big government, they say that government is doing too much and it has become too powerful, while they support at the same s ame time D. while they denounce big government, saying that government is doing too much and has become too powerful, at the same time supporting E. while they are denouncing big government—they say that government is doing too much and it has become too powerful—supporting at the same time 76. Scientists believe that unlike the males of most species of moth, the male whistling moths of Numbing, Australia, call female moths to them by the use of acoustical signals, but not olfactory ones, and they attract their mates during the day, rather than at night. a) by the use of o f acoustical signals, but not olfactory ones, and they attract b) by the use of acoustical signals instead of using olfactory ones, and attracting attracting c) by using acoustical signals, not using olfactory ol factory ones, and by attracting d) using acoustical signals, rather than olfactory ones, and an d attract e) using acoustical signals, but not olfactory ones, on es, and attracting attracting

77. 77. Like any star of ssimilar imilar mass would do, once the Sun has exhausted the hydrogen in its store, it expands into a red giant, eventually ejecting its outer envelope of gases to become a white dwarf.  A. Like any star of ssimilar imilar mass would do, once the Sun has exhausted the hydrogen in its store, it expands into a red giant, eventually ejecting B. Like any star of similar mass, once the hydrogen in the Sun’s core is exhausted, then it expands into a red giant and eventually ejects C. As in the case of any star of similar mass, once the hydrogen in the Sun’s core is exhausted, it will expand into a red giant, and eventually ejecting D. As any star of similar mass would, once the hydrogen in the Sun’s core is exhausted it will expand into aThis red website giant andstores will eventually even tually eject data such as E. As would be the case with any star of similar mass, once the Sun exhausts the th e hydrogen in its core, it cookies to enable essential site will expand intoasa well red giant and eventually eject functionality, as marketing,

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  79. Based on records from ancient Athens, each year young Athenian women collaborated to weave a new woolen robe that they used to dress a statue of the goddess Athena and that this robe depicted scenes of a battle between Zeus, Athena’s father father,, and giants.  A.  Based on records from ancient Athens, each year young Athenian women collaborated to weave a new woolen robe that they used to dress B.  Based on records from ancient Athens, each year young Athenian women h had ad collaborated to weave a new woolen robe with which to dress C.   According to records from ancient Athens, Athens, each year young Athenian women collaborated collaborated to weave a new woolen robe that they used to dress D.  Records from ancient Athens indicate that each year young Athenian women collaborated to weave a new woolen robe with which they dressed E.  Records from ancient Athens indicate each year young Athenian women had collaborated to weave a new woolen robe for dressing 80. Radiocarbon dating of fossils taken from caves on islands along southeastern so utheastern Alaska’s coast suggest that at least a portion of o f the area was remaining ice-free during the last ice age.  A. suggest that at least a portion of the area was remaining B. suggest at least a portion por tion of the area remaining C. suggests that at least a portion of the area remained D. suggests at least a portion of the area that had remained E. suggests at least a portion of the area to have remained

81. The population of India has been steadily increasing for decades, and it will probably have what is estimated as 1.6 billion people by 2050 and surpass China as the world's most populous nation.  A. it will probably have what is estimated as B. they are likely to have C. the country will probably have D. there will probably be E. there will bestores an estimated This website data such as

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al-Hasan ibn al-Haytham, who was born in Iraq I raq in 965 C.E. C.E.,, had experimented extensively with light an and d vision, laying the foundation for modern optics and also the notion of science being based on experiment exper iment as well as on philosophical philosophi cal arguments.  A. al-Haytham, who wh o was born in I raq in 965 C.E., had experimented extensively with light and vision, laying the foundation for modern optics and also the notion of science being based on experiment as well as B. al-Haytham, born in Iraq in 965 C.E., experimented extensively with light and vision, laying the foundation for modern optics and for the notion that science should be based on experiment as well as C. al-Haytham, born in Iraq in 965 C.E., C.E., and who experimented extensively with light and vision, thereby laid the foundation for modern optics and also for the notion that science should be based on not only experiment but also D. al-Haytham was born in Iraq in 965 C.E., and had experimented extensively with light and vision, laying the foundation for modern optics and for the notion that science should be based on not only experiment but also E. al-Haytham was born in Iraq in 965 C.E., experimenting extensively with light and vision and laying the foundation for modern optics and for the notion of science being based on experiment as well as

84. Until Berta and Emst Scharrer established the concept of neurosecretion in 1928, scientists believed that either cells secreted hormones, which made them endocrine cells and thus part of the endocrine system, or conducted electrical impulses, in which case they were nerve cells and thus part of the nervous system.  A. either cells secreted hormones, which made them B. either cells secreted hormones, hormones , making them C. either cells secreted hormones and an d were D. cells either secreted hormones, in which wh ich case they were E. cells either secreted hormones, which made them th em

85. The British sociologist and activist Barbara Wootton once noted as a humorous example of income maldistribution that the elephant that gave rides to children at the Whipsnade Zoo was earning annually

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87. While they remove carbon dioxide from the air, conserve soil and water, and house thousands of species, forests also supply potentially valuable pharmaceuticals, and, as sources of building material and firewood, f irewood, that provide employment for millions worldwide.  A. pharmaceuticals, and, as sources of building material and firewood, that provide B. pharmaceuticals, and sources of building material and firewood, are provi providers ders of C. pharmaceuticals and, as sources of building material and an d firewood that are provide D. pharmaceuticals and as sources of building material and f irewood, for providing E. pharmaceuticals and, as sources of building material and an d firewood, provide prov ide

88. Shrinking faster than any other nation’s, the projected decline of Japan’s population is 17 percent during the next n ext half century.  A. Shrinking faster than any other nation’s, the projected decline decline of Japan’s population is B. Shrinking faster than any other nation, n ation, Japan’s population has a projected decline of C. The population of Japan is shrinking faster than that of any other nation and is projected to decline by D. The Japanese population is shrinking faster than any other nation, and it has a projected decline at E. Japan’s population is shrinking faster than that of any other oth er nation, with a projected decline at 89. Unlike the other major planets, Pluto has a highly eccentric orbit, which is thus closer to the Sun than Neptune is for 20 years out of every 230-year cycle, even though it is commonly described as the remotest planet in the solar system.

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91. The gyrfalcon, an Arctic bird of prey, has survived a close brush with extinction; its numbers are now five times greater than when the use of DDT was sharply restricted in the early 1970’s  A. extinction; its numbers are now five times greater than B. extinction; its numbers are now five times more than C. extinction, their numbers now fivefold what they were D. extinction, now with fivefold f ivefold the numbers they had E. extinction, now with numbers five times greater than 92. The survival of coral colonies, which are composed of innumerable tiny polyps living in a symbiotic relationship with brilliantly colored algae, are being threatened, experts say, not only by pollutants like agricultural runoff, oil sticks, and trash, but also by dropped anchors, probing drivers, and global warming.  A. are being threatened, experts say, say, not only by pollutants like B. are being threatened, experts say, by not only pollutants such as C. is not only being threatened, experts say, by pollutants pollutants such as D. is not only being threatened, experts ssay ay,, by pollutants like E. is being threatened, experts say, not only by pollutants such as

93. Those skeptical of the extent of global warming argue that short-term temperature data are an inadequate means of predicting long-term trends and point out that the scientific community remains divided on whether signif icant warming will occur and what impact will it have iiff it does.  A. on whether significant warming will occur and what impact will it have if it does. B. on whether warming that occurs will be significant and the impact it would have C. as to whether signif icant warming will occur or the impact it would have if it did D. over whether there will be significant warming or the impact it will h have ave

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  95. While Hands Holbein the Younger is most often identified with his English portraits, scholars have long been recognizing him as a superb draftsman and a remarkably versatile artist and who was fundamental in synthesizing the novelties of the Italian Renaissance with the tradition of Northern Europe.  A. been recognizing him as a superb draftsman and a remarkably versatile artist and who B. been recognizing him for being a superb su perb draftsman and a remarkably versatile artist and h he e C. recognized him as a superb draftsman and a remarkably versatile artist who D. recognized him as a superb draftsman and a remarkably versatile v ersatile artist and he E. recognized him for being a superb draftsman and a remarkably r emarkably versatile artist and who 96. From studies of the bony house of the brain, which is the cranium, located in the back of the skull, come what scientists know about dinosaur brains.  A. From studies s tudies of the bony house of the brain, which is the cranium, located in the th e back of the skull, come what scientists know about dinosaur brains. B. The knowledge of dinosaur brains that scientists have come from studies of the bony house of the brain, located in the back of the th e skull, that is, the cranium C. The knowledge that scientists know about dinosaur brains comes from studies of the bony house of the brain, which is located in the back of the skull and is called the cranium D. What scientists know about dinosaur brains comes from studies of the cranium, the bony house of the brain located in the back of the skull E. Located in the back of the skull is the cranium, the bony house of the brain, and it is from studies of this that scientists know what they know about dinosaur brains 97. During the last interglacial period, the climate on the Earth was warmer than it is today, and the consequent melting of the polar ice caps caused the sea level lev el to raise about 60 feet over and above what its height presently is now.  A. sea level to raise about 60 feet over and above what its height presently is now B. sea level to be raised over its height presently about 60 feet C. sea level to rise about 60 feet above its present height D. level of the seas to rise over and above its present height about 60 feet

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104. In the United States, while the number of foreign-born residents and their children is higher than ever,, the percentage of the population they represent is not, in 1910 this group made up 35 percent ever per cent of the population when compared to 20 percent in 2000.  A. population when compared to 20 percent in 2000 B. population as compared to 2000, when it was 20 percent C. population, comparing it with 20 percent in 2000 D. population, unlike 2000, with 20 percent E. population, compared with 20 percent in 2000 105. As with those of humans, the DNA of grape plants pl ants contains sites where certain unique sequences of nucleotides are repeated over and over.  A. As with those of humans, the DNA of grape plants contains sites where B. As human DNA, the DNA of grape plants plan ts contain sites in which C. As it is with human DNA, DN A, the DNA of grape plants, containing sites in which D. Like human, the DNA of grape plants contain sites where E. Like human DNA, the DNA of grape plants contains sites in which 106. A new study finds that th at the more hostility people show in their behavior and an d attitudes, then calcium deposits are more likely to be in i n the arteries of their hearts.  A. then calcium deposits are more likely to be B. then the more likely calcium deposits deposi ts are C. the more there are likely to be calcium deposits D. the more likely they are to have h ave calcium deposits E. the more likely there are to be calcium deposits

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  108. One of the earliest known birds with a beak and contour feathers, Confuciusornis   sanctus, with large clawlike “thumbs” on its wings, which probably helped them to climb up to a launching pos position ition for flight.  A. with large clawlike “thumbs” on its wings, which probably helped them to to B. with large clawlike “thumbs” on their wings, wings , which probably helped it to C. had large clawlike “thumbs” on its wings, which probably helped them D. had large clawlike “thumbs” on its wings, probably to help it E. had large clawlike “thumbs” on their wings, probably to help it 109. The computer company reported strong second-quarter earnings that surpassed Wall Street’s estimates and announced the first f irst in a serie seriess of price cuts intended to incr increase ease sales further further..  A. The computer company reported strong second-quarter earnings that surpassed Wall Wall Street’s estimates and announced the first f irst in a series of price cuts intended to increase sales further. B. The report of the computer company showed strong second-quarter earnings, surpassing Wall Street’s estimates, and they announced the first in a series of price cuts that they intend to increase sales further. C. Surpassing Wall Street’s estimates, the report of the computer company showed strong second-quarter earnings, and, for the purpose of increasing sales further, they announced the first in a series of price cuts. D. The computer company reported strong second-quarter earnings, while announcing the first in a series of price cuts for the th e purpose of increasing sales further that surpass Wall Street’s estimates. E. The computer company, surpassing Wall Street’s estimates, reported strong second-quarter se cond-quarter earnings, while announcing that to increase sales further, there would be the f irst in a series of price cu cuts. ts.

110. Even though her career was cut short when she was in her prime and the fifteen recordings she made were disappointing artistically as well as technically technically,, Olive Fr Fremstad emstad (1871-19 (1871-1951) 51) has never been entirely forgotten by opera aficionados.  A. though though her career was was cut sshort hort when she was iin n her prime and the fifteen recordings she made were

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E. which formed a new company that would wou ld control 112. The ecosystems of barrier islands are extremely vulnerable-whether from natural processes like shoreline recession, rising sea levels, and destructive hurricanes, or the ever-increasing pressures of development.  A. whether from natural processes like shoreline rece recession, ssion, rising sea levels, and destructive destructive hurricanes, or B. whether from natural processes such as shoreline recession, rising sea levels, and destructive hurricanes, or also C. to processes that are natural like shoreline recession, rising sea levels, and destructive hurricanes, and also D. to processes that are natural ones like shoreline recession, rising sea levels, and destructive hurricanes, as well as to E. to natural processes such as shoreline recession, recession , rising sea levels, and destructive hurricanes, as well as to 113. The 151 member governments of the World Bank are expected to increase the bank’s funding by $175 billion, though some United States legislators cite an obstacle to congressional passage being the concern that the bank’s loans will help foreign producers compete with American businesses.  A. an obstacle to congressional passage being the concern B. a concern as an obstacle to congressional passage C. as an obstacle to congressional con gressional passage the concern D. the concern, an obstacle to congressional passage E. as an obstacle for Congress to pass p ass it the concern 114. A Food and Drug Administration rule implemented in December 2000 mandates that any new drug that they intend to be used both by adults and children must undergo pediatric study and that its manufactures list children’s doses on the label.  A. drug that they intend to be used both by adults and children must B. drug whose intended use is for f or adults and children as well C. drug intended for use by both adults and children

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  116. Galileo did not invent the telescope, but on hearing, in 1609, that such an optical instrument had been made, he quickly built his own device from an organ pipe and spectacle lenses.  A. Galileo did not invent tthe he telescope, but on hearing, in 1609, that such an optical instrument had been made, he B. Galileo had not invented the telescope, but when he heard, in 1609, of such an optical instrument having been made, C. Galileo, even though he had not invented the telescope, on hearing, in 1609, that such an optical instrument had been made, he D. Even though Galileo did not invent the telescope, on hearing, in 1609, that such an optical instrument had been made, E. Even though Galileo did not invent the telescope, but when he heard, in 1609, of such an optical instrument being made, he

117. Performing a risky maneuver that required precision flying, not only did space shuttle astronauts retrieve an orbiting satellite, it was done simultaneously while avoiding being rear-ended by a passing ultraviolet telescope.  A. not only on ly did space sh shuttle uttle astronauts retrieve an or orbiting biting satellite, it was done d one simultaneously while avoiding B. not only was an orbiting satellite retrieved by space shuttle astronauts, but they also simultaneously avoided C. an orbiting satellite was retrieved by space shuttle astronauts who also avoided simultaneously D. space shuttle astronauts retrieved an orbiting satellite, simultaneously while avoiding E. space shuttle astronauts retrieved an orbiting satellite and simultaneously avoided  avoided 

118. Genetic engineering sometimes entails plant or animal genes’ getting spliced into other species’ DNA, either to improve crop yields or for warding off insects or disease.  A. plant or animal genes’ getting spliced into o other ther sspecies’ pecies’ DNA, either to improve crop yields or for warding off

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119. Despite there being no fundamental difference in shipbuilding traditions in Viking-Age Scandinavia Marketing from the ones in other parts of Northern Europe, archaeological evidence shows that Viking ships were Personalization lighter,, slimmer, lighter slimmer, faster faster,, and thus probably more seaworthy than the heavier vessels used by the English at that time. Analytics

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120. It seems likely that a number of astronomical phenomena, such as the formation of planetary nebulas, may be caused by the interaction i nteraction where two stars orbit each other oth er at close range.  A. may be caused by the interaction where two stars orbit each other B. may be caused by the interaction i nteraction between two stars that each orbit the other C. are because of the interaction in teraction between two stars that orbit each other oth er D. are caused by the interaction of two stars s tars where each is orbiting or biting the other E. are caused by the interaction of two stars orbiting each other 121. Gasoline marketing is undergoing major changes as stations often not only add convenience stores but also combine with major fast-food chains to build complexes where customers can shop and eat as well as buy gasoline.  A. not only add convenience stores but also combine with major fast-food chains chains to build B. not only add convenience stores but also they combine with major fast-food chains to build C. are not only adding convenience stores but also in combination with major fast-food chains they build D. add not only convenience stores, but also combining with major fast-food chains to build E. are not only adding convenience stores, but also in combining with major fast-f fast-food ood chains they build 122. Scientists say that each of the photographs taken of the Ares Villas plain by the Mars Pathfinder indicate the overwhelming extent to flooding on the planet billions of years ago and the degree that rocks were scattered by its force.

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124. The federal rules aimed at protecting human subjects of medical experiments were established to ensure that patients must be warned of potential risks and an independent panel would evaluate the experiment before it was conducted.  A. must be warned of potential risks and an independent panel would B. must be warned of potential risks and an d that an independent panel C. are warned about potential risks and that an independent panel D. will be warned about potential risks and an d an independent panel would E. would be warned of potential risks and that an independent panel would

125. Research has shown that when speaking, individuals who have been blind from birth and have thus never seen anyone gesture nonetheless make hand motions just as frequently and in the same way as sighted people do, and that they will gesture even when conversing with ano another ther blind person.  A. have thus never nev er seen anyone gesture nonetheless make hand motions just as frequently and in the same way as sighted people do, and that B. have thus never seen anyone gesture but nonetheless make hand motions just as frequently and in the same way that sighted people do, and C. have thus never seen anyone gesture, that they nonetheless make hand motions just as frequently and in the same way as sighted people do, and D. thus they have never seen anyone gesture, but nonetheless they make hand motions just as frequently and in the same way that sighted s ighted people do, and that E. thus they have never seen s een anyone gesture nonetheless make hand motions just as frequently and in the same way that sighted people do, and

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126. In the major cities of o f industrialized countries at the end of the nineteenth century, important public cookies to as enable essential site shops, and banks had installed electric lighting, but electricity was places such theaters, restaurants, functionality, well asofmarketing, in less than oneaspercent homes, where lighting was still provided mainly b byy candles or gas. personalization, and analytics. You  A. electricity was in less than one percent of homes, where lighting was still may change your settings at any time B. electricity was in less than one percent of homes and lighting still or accept the default settings. C. there were less than one percent of homes with electricity electricity,, where lighting was still being D. there was less than one percent of homes that had electricity, electricity, having lighting that was still s till E. less than one percent of homes h omes had electricity electricity,, where lighting had still been Privacy Policy 127. According to two teams of paleontologists, recent fossil discoveries in Pakistan show that whales, Marketing porpoises, and dolphins are more closely related to some of the oldest known even-toed ungulates--a Personalization group of hoofed mammals that today includes cows, camels, pigs, and hippos—than to any other mammals. Analytics

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132. Constructed at least as early as the Sui dynasty (A.D, 581-618). the Altar of Heaven is the oldest known altar used in Chinese state religious practice, more than 1.000 years older than a similar one in Beijing, it is the only altar found so far that predates the Qing dynasty (A.D. 1644-1912). 1644-1912).  A. Constructed Cons tructed at least as early as the Sui dynasty (A.D. 581-618), the Altar of Heaven is the oldest known altar used in Chinese state religious practice, more than 1,000 years older than a similar one in Beijing, it is B. Constructed at least as early ea rly as the Sui dynasty (A.D. 581-618), the Altar of Heaven, the oldest known altar used in Chinese state religious practice, is more than 1,000 years older o lder than a similar one in Beijing B eijing and is C. The Altar of Heaven, having been constructed at least le ast as early as the Sui dynasty dynas ty (A.D. 581-618) 581-618) and the oldest known altar used in Chinese state religious practice, is more than 1,000 years older than a similar one in Beijing and D. The Altar of Heaven, which was constructed at least as early e arly as the Sui dynasty (A.D. 581-618) and is the oldest known altar used in Chinese state religious practice, more than 1,000 years older than a similar one in Beijing and an d is E. The oldest known altar used in Chinese state religious practice, more than 1,000 years older than a similar one in Beijing, the Altar of Heaven, which was constructed at least as early as the Sui dynasty (A.D. 581-618) and is

This website stores data such as cookies to enable essential site functionality, as well as marketing, 133. Whereas heat transferred between the ocean and the atmosphere occurs more rapidly when the personalization, and analytics. You ocean is warmer than the air, it is slow when the ocean is colder. may change your settings at any time  A. Whereas heat transferred between the ocean and the atmosphere occurs more rapidly when the or accept the default settings.

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134. The rise of the Incan empire rested not only on the Incas' military might and the ability of their rulers but also they imposed a highly organized economic and political system on many different ethnic groups and permitting them to retain many of their customs and often their own le leaders. aders.  A. they imposed a highly organized economic and political system on many different ethnic groups and permitting them B. on their imposition of a highly organized economic and political system on many different ethnic groups, who were wer e permitted C. because of their imposition of a highly organized economic and political system on many different ethnic groups, who they permitted D. on their imposing of a highly organized economic and political system on many different ethnic groups and they permitted them E. imposing a highly organized economic and political system on many different ethnic groups, permitting them

135. Sixty-five million years ago, according to some scientists, an asteroid bigger than Mount Everest slammed into North America, which, causing plant and animal a nimal extinctions, marks the end of the th e geologic era known as the Cretaceous Period.  A. which, causing plant and animal extinctions, marks B. which caused the plant and animal extinctions marking C. and causing plant and animal extinctions ex tinctions that mark D. an event that caused plant and animal extinctions, and it marks E. an event that caused the plant and animal extinctions that mark 136. Although the vast constellation of small islands that dot the South Pacific has ha s a population of only a few million people, it is home to about ab out a sixth of the world's 6,000 or so languages.  A. pacific has a population of only a few million people, it is B. Pacific has a population of only a few million people, they are

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137. Complex human traits such as artistic talent or social skill are likely to be shaped by thousands, if not tens of thousands, of the 80.000 or so genes in the human genome.  A. such as artistic talent or social skill are likely to be shaped by thousands, if not tens of thousands, of Privacy Policy the 80,000 or so Marketing B. such as artistic talent or social skill are likely shaped by thousands, thou sands, if not tens of thousands, of 80,000 or so of the Personalization C. such as artistic talent or social skill is likely to be shaped by thousands, if not tens of thousands, of Analytics 80,000 or so of the

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138. During the same period in which the Maya were developing a hieroglyphic system of writing, the  Aztec people also developed a written language, langua ge, but it was not as h highly ighly sophisticated s ophisticated as that of the Maya and was more pictographic in nature.  A. but it was not as highly sophisticated as that of the Maya and was B. but it was not as highly h ighly sophisticated as the Maya, being C. but, not as highly sophisticated sophis ticated as the Maya's, was D. not as highly h ighly sophisticated as that o off the Maya, however, however, being E. not as highly high ly sophisticated as the Maya's however, however, it was

139. Besides adding complementary flavors to many foods, hot sauces stimulate the release of endorphins in the brain, just as exercise does, and these have a pain-relieving effect like morphine's.  A. hot sauces stimulate the release of endorphins in the brain, just as exercise does, and these have a pain-relieving effect like morphine's B. hot sauces stimulate the release of endorphins in the brain, like exercise, and they have a pain-relieving effect that is like morphine C. hot sauces and exercise both stimulate the release of endorphins in the brain, and they have a pain-relieving effect like morphine D. the release of endorphins in the brain is stimulated both by hot sauces and exercise, and they have a pain-relieving effect like morphine's E. the release of endorphins in the brain is stimulated by hot sauces, just as with exercise, and these have a pain-relieving effect like that of morphine

140. A group of paleontologists recently announced that a site in Utah has yielded fossils of some of the

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142. To protect English manufacturers of woolen goods both against American and Irish competition, England passed the Woolens Act of 1698, which prohibited the export of woolen cloth beyond a co colony's lony's borders.  A. To protect English manufacturers of woolen goods both against American and Irish competition, England passed the Woolens Act of 1698 B. In order to protect English manufacturers of woolen goods against both American and Irish competition, England passed the Woolens Act of 1698 C. In order to protect English manufacturers of woolen goods against American, as well as against Irish, competition, the Woolens Act of 1698 was passed by England D. For protecting English manufacturers of woolen goods against American, as well as Irish, competition, England passed the Woolens Act of 1698 E. For the protection of English manufacturers of woolen goods against both American and Irish competition, the Woolens Act of 1698, passed by England

143. By pressing a tiny amount of nitrogen between two diamonds to a pressure of 25 million pounds per square inch, scientists not only were able to transform the gas into a solid, but they also created a semiconductor similar to silicon.  A. not only were able to transform the gas into a solid, but they also created B. not only were able a ble to transform the gas into a solid but also creating C. were able not only to transform the gas into a solid but to create D. were able not only to transform the gas into a solid but also creating E. were not only able to transform the gas into a solid, but they were also able to create 144. In contrast to ongoing trade imbalances with China and Japan, the United States trade deficit with

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146. With an awareness that there are connotations conn otations associated with the numbers 1 and 2 and the letters  A and B, companies conducting consumer taste tests of foods or bev beverages erages typically choose numbers numb ers such as 697 or 483 to label the products.  A. With an awareness th that at there are connotations connotations associated with the numbers 1 and 2 and the let letters ters A and B B. Because the numbers 1 and 2 and the letters A and B h have ave connotations they are aware of C. Because of an awareness of the numbers 1 and 2 and an d the letters A and B having conn connotations otations D. Aware of the connotations of the numbers nu mbers 1 and 2 and the letters A and B E. Since the numbers 1 and 2 and the letters A and B have connotations associated with them and they are aware of it 147. The continental United States receives an average of 30 inches of precipitation 147. pre cipitation a year; transpiration from soil and from plants returns approximately 21 of the 30 inches to the atmosphere, while the balance of 9 inches contributes to the flow of streams and rivers.  A. transpiration from soil and and from plants returns approximately 21 of the 3 30 0 inches to the atmosphere,

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functionality, as well as marketing, personalization, and analytics. You 151. embryologists have found e lephant is descended from an may Australian change your settings at any timeevidence that suggests that the elephant aquatic animal, and its trunk origin ally evolved as a kind of snorkel. originally snor kel. or accept the default settings.  A. that suggests that the elephant is descended descended from an aquatic animal, and its trunk originally evolved B. that has suggested the elephant descended from an aquatic animal, its trunk originally evolv evolving ing C. suggesting that the elephant had descended from an aquatic animal with its trunk originally or iginally evolving Privacy Policy D. to suggest that the elephant has h as descended from an aquatic animal and its trunk originally evolved Marketing E. to suggest that the elephant is descended from an aquatic animal and that its trunk o originally riginally evolved

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154. A new genetically engineered papaya was produced not by seed companies who have been motivated by profit, which was the case with most genetically modified crops previously approved for commercial use, but university and United States Department of Agriculture researchers who allowed growers to sue it i t free of charge.  A. produced not by seed companies who have been motivated by profit, profi t, which was the case with most genetically modified crops previously approved for commercial use, but B. produced not by profited-motivated seed companies, the case with most genetically modified crops previously approved for commercial use, but

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Privacy Policy 155. The bones of Majungatholus atopus, a meat-eating dinosaur that is a distant relative of Marketing Tyrannosaurus Tyra nnosaurus rex and closely resembles South American predatory dinosaurs, have been discovered in Madagascar. Personalization  A.  The bones of Majungatholus atopus, a meat-eating dinosaur that is a distant relative of Analytics Tyrannosaurus rex and closely resembles South American predatory dinosaurs, have been

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156. Part of the proposed increase in state education spending is due to higher enrollment, since the number of students in public publ ic schools have grown steadily since the mid-1980’s mid-1980’s and, at n nearly early 47 million, are at a record high.  

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157. In the mid-1920s the Hawthorne Works of the Western Electric Company was the scene of an intensive series of experiments that would investigate changes in working conditions as to their effects

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160. Justfor asitthe free the computer operating system Linuxgrowing. has of late become even more crash resistant, r esistant, so support within computer industry has been  A. as the free computer operating system Linux has of late become even more crash resistant, so B. as with the free computer operating system Linux that has of o f late become even more crash resistant, so the C. as the free computer operating system Linux has of late become even more crash resistant, so it has been that D. like with the free computer operating system Linux becoming even ev en more crash resistant of late, so E. like the free computer operating system Linux that has of late become even more crash re resistant, sistant, so it is that 161. With a new park, stadium, and entertainment complex along the Delaware River, Trenton, New Jersey,, is but one of a large number of communities that is looking Jersey l ooking to use its waterfront as a way for it to improve the quality of urban life and attract a ttract new businesses.

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167. Britain'srecession economic growth was slower subsequent than the United States.in the mid-1970's and its decline much more rapid in the  A. Britain's economic growth was slower in the mid-1970's and its decline much more rapid in the subsequent recession than the United States. B. The economic growth of Britain was slower in the mid-1970' mid-1970'ss and it declined much more rapidly in the subsequent recession than the United States did. C. Britain's economy, which grew more slowly in the mid-1970's, also had declined much more rapidly in the subsequent recession than the United States did. D. The economy of Britain grew more slowly in the mid-1970's and declined much more rapidly in the subsequent recession than did the economy of the United States. E. Britain's economy grew more slowly s lowly in the mid-1970's and its decline was much more rapid during the subsequent recession than the economy of the United States. 168. Unlike psychiatrists, This website stores datawho suchare astrained as medical doctors, psychologists have historically been forbidden from prescribing theirsite patients drugs, but in 2002 New Mexico began to grant the privilege pri vilege of cookies to enable essential prescribing to licensed, doctoral level psychologists who complete an additional training and certification functionality, as well as marketing, program. personalization, and analytics. You  A. psychologists have historically been forbidden from prescribing their patients patients drugs, but in 2002 New may change your settings at any time or accept thetodefault settings. Mexico began grant the priv ilege of prescribing privilege B. psychologists have historically been forbidden to prescribe drugs for their patients, but in 2002 New Mexico began granting prescribing privileges Privacy Policy have historically been forbidden to prescribe their patients drugs, but in 2002 in New C. psychologists Mexico, the privilege to prescribe began to be granted Marketing D. historically psychologists have been forbidden from prescribing their patients drugs, but bu t in 2002 New Personalization Mexico began to grant the privilege priv ilege of prescribing E. historically psychologists have been forbidden from prescribing drugs for their patients, but in 2002 in Analytics New Mexico, they began granting prescribing privileges

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B. broadens the flesh behind its head the way a cobra does and feigns repeated strikes, but with no dangerous fangs and no venom, C. broadening the flesh behind its head the way a cobra does and feigning repeated strikes, but it has no dangerous fangs and no venom, and D. broadening the flesh behind its head the way a cobra does and feigns repeated strikes, but with no dangerous fangs and no venom, and E. broadening the flesh behind its head the way a cobra does, feigning repeated strikes, but with no dangerous fangs and no venom, and 173. It is unclear whether chimpanzees are unique among nonhuman species in their ability to learn behaviors from one another, or if. when other animals are studied in as much depth, similar patterns would be found.  A. if, when other animals are studied in as much depth, similar patterns would be found B. if other animals were studied stu died with as much depth they would exhibit similar patterns C. would similar patterns be found in other animals if they were studied in as a s much depth D. whether similar patterns would be exhibited in other o ther animals that were studied with as much depth E. whether other animals would exhibit exh ibit similar patterns if they were studied in as much depth

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178. More than 300 rivers drain into Siberia's Lake Baikal, which holds 20 percent of the world's fresh water,, more than all the Nor water North th American Great LLakes akes combined. (A)More than 300 rivers drain into Siberia's S iberia's Lake Baikal, which h holds olds 20 percent of the world's fresh water water,, more than all the North American Great Lakes L akes combined. B. With 20 percent of the world's fresh water, that is more than all the North American Great Lakes combined, Siberia's Lake Baikal has more than 300 rivers that drain into it. C. Siberia's Lake Baikal, with more than 300 rivers draining into it, it holds more of the world's fresh water than all that of the North American Great Lakes combined, 20 percent. D. While more than 300 rivers drain into it, Siberia's Lake Baikal holds 20 percent of the world's fresh water,, which is more than all the North American Great Lakes combined. water E. More than all the North American Great Lakes combined, Siberia's Lake Baikal, with more than 300 rivers draining into it, i t, holds 20 percent of the world's fresh water water.. 179. In a blow to those who still harbored the illusion that E-mail exchanges are private, a watchdog group recently uncovered a trick for enabling e nabling an interloper to rig an E-mail message so that this person will privy to stores any comments thatas a recipient had added as the message is forwarded to others or sent Thisbewebsite data such back and to forth. cookies enable essential site  A. who still harbored themarketing, illusion that E-mail exchanges are private, a watchdog group recently functionality, as well as personalization, and analytics. You uncovered a trick for enabling an interloper to rig ri g an E-mail message so that this person will be privy to may change your settings at any time any comments that a recipient had added or who accept settings. B. had the still default been harboring the illusion that E-mail exchanges are private, a watchdog group recently uncovered a trick for enabling an interloper to rig an E-mail message so that this th is person was privy to any comments that a recipient might have added. Privacy Policy C. who still were harboring the illusion that E-mail exchanges are private, a warchdog group recently uncovered a trick enabling an interloper to rig and E-mail message so that this person is privy to any Marketing comments that a recipient would add. Personalization D. still harboring the illusion that E-mail exchange are private , a watchdog group recently uncovered a trick that enables an interloper to rig an E-mail message so that this person will be privy to any Analytics comments that a recipient might add

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180. Because Miranda, the smallest moon of Uranus, has a large number of different surface features, including craters, mountains, valleys, and fractures, some astronomers suggest that at one time repeated impacts broke the surface apart, and after which the fragments were subsequently rejoined because of mutual gravitational attracti attraction. on.  A. repeated impacts impacts broke the surface apart, and after after which the fragments were subsequently rejoined becaust of B.repeated impacts on the surface broke it apart, after which wh ich the fragments having rejoined with C.through repeated impacts that the surface broke apart, after which the fragments subsequently rejoined by. D.the surface broke apart with repeated impacts, after which the fragments f ragments having rejoined through. E.the surface broke apart as a result of repeated impacts , after which the fragments rejoined rejoin ed through.

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of loosely knit, informally related neighboring neigh boring tribes who interacted with themselves more often than between other tribes.  A. tribes who interacted with themselves more often than between B. tribes who interacted among each other more often than among C. tribes who interacted with one another more often than with D. tribes, interacting among each other more mor e often than between E. tribes, interacting among one another more mor e often than with

184. The global-warming effect of ocean white caps are one of the many aspects of the ocean environment that are not yet incorporated in any detail into computer models used for predicting how rising greenhouse gas concentrations could affect climate.  A.  The global-warming effect of ocean white caps are one of the many aspects of the ocean environment that are not yet ye t incorporated in any detail into computer models used for predicting B.  The effect on global warming of ocean white caps are one of the many aspects of the ocean environment not yet incorporated in any detail into computer models, which they use to predict  

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(A) Although the f irst pulsar pulsar,, or rapidly spinning collapsed star, to be sighted was in the summer of 1967 by graduate student Jocelyn Bell, it ha d not been announced until February February,, 1968. (B) Although not announced until February, 1968, in the summer of 1967 graduate student J ocelyn Bell observed the f irst pulsar pulsar,, or rapidly spinning collapsed star, star, to be sighted. (C) Although observed by graduate student Jocelyn Bell in the summer of 1967 1967,, the discovery of the f irst sighted pulsar, or rapidly spinning collapsed star, star, had not been announced before February, February, 1968. (D) The f irst pulsar, pulsar, or rapidly spinning collapsed star, star, to be sighted was observed in the summer of 1967 by graduate student Jocelyn Bell, but bu t the discovery was not announced until February, February, 1968. (E) The f irst sighted pulsar, pulsar, or rapidly spinning collapsed star star,, was not announced ann ounced until February, 1968, while it was observed in the summer of 1967 by graduate student Jocelyn Bell. 187. Since 1975 so many people have been moving to Utah such that Mormons who were once 75 percent of the population are now only accounting for half of it.  A. so many people peop le hav have e been moving to Utah such su ch that Mormons who were once 75 percent o off the population are now only on ly accounting for half of it B. many people have been moving to Utah, so Mormons once 75 percent of the population are now accounting for only half C. that many people have been moving to Utah, such that the Mormons that were once on ce 75 percent of the population are now accounting for only onl y half of it D. many people have been moving to Utah such that the Mormons, who once represented 75 percent of the population, now only account for half h alf

This website stores as to Utah that the Mormons, who on E. so many people havedata beensuch moving once ce represented 75 percent of the cookies to now enable essential site population, account for only h alf half functionality, as well as marketing, personalization, and analytics. You 188. In 1914 a total of 469,000 cars an d trucks were produced in the United States, but in 1929 almost and may change your settings at any timeoff the assembly lines twice the numbers of trucks alone came or accept the default settings.  A) the numbers of trucks alone b) that number of trucks alone Privacy Policy c) the number of trucks by themselves d) as many trucks themselves Marketing e) as many trucks by themselves thems elves

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considerably on a spectrum of genetic relatedness.  A. The Th e fact of some fraternal twins resembling each other greatly an and d others looking quite dissimilar highlights an interesting and often overlooked feature of fraternal-twin pairs, namely they vary considerably B. That some fraternal twins resemble each other greatly while others look quite dissimilar highlights an interesting and often overlooked feature of fraternal-twin pairs, namely that they vary considerably C. With some fraternal twins resembling each other greatly and others looking quite dissimilar, it highlights an interesting and often overlooked feature of fraternal-twin pairs, namely considerable variation D. With some fraternal twins resembling each other greatly and others looking quite qu ite dissimilar dissimilar,, it is a fact that highlights an interesting and often overlooked feature of fraternal-twin pairs, namely a considerable variation E. Because some fraternal twins resemble each other greatly and others look quite dissimilar, this fact highlights an interesting and often overlooked feature of fraternal-twin pairs, namely they vary considerably 190. The greatest road system built in the Americas Amer icas prior to the arrival of Christopher Columbus was the Incan highway highway,, which, over 2,500 miles long and extending e xtending from northern Ecuador through Peru to Southern Chile.  A. Columbus was the Incan highway, highway, which, over 2,500 miles long and extending extending B. Columbus was the Incan highway, over 2,500 miles in length, and extended C. Columbus, the Incan highway, which was over 2,500 miles in length and extended D. Columbus, the Incan highway, highway, being over 2,500 miles in length, was extended E. Columbus, the Incan highway was over 2,500 miles long, extending 191. Since February, the Federal Reserve has raised its short-term interest rate target five times, and because of the economy’s continued strength, analysts have been predicting for weeks that the target will be raised again in November.

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