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 1. __________ district is divided into circuits, generally 30 to 40 in number.
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 2. In late 1505 Columbus became too ill to travel __________ more.
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 3. Madison also continued to oppose __________ connection between church and state.
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Its members are elected by popular vote in __________ member state.
Neither the Greeks nor the Romans made __________ settlements there.
In 2000, 87 nations authorized the death penalty for __________ crimes.
The moon completes an orbit about once __________ nine hours.


 5. __________ is elected for a six-year term.
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__________ areas have a mix of the two systems.
In 1998 there were 479 telephone mainlines for __________ 1, 000 people.
After two wins __________ and four draws the final tally was 4-4.
Madison also continued to oppose __________ connection between church and state.


 7. The acids in acid rain react chemically with __________ object they contact.
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 8. The New River Excursion Train offers rides through the gorge __________ October.
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Freezing rain is rain that freezes on contact with __________ surface.
__________ is elected for a six-year term.
He was reelected __________ two years beginning in 1984.
They also share __________ of the fine lobster grounds of Northumberland Strait.


 10. __________ 26 percent work in manufacturing, construction, and mining.
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Canadian soldiers penetrated deeper into France than __________ other Allied formation.
It is divided into six orders, __________ subdivided into treatises and chapters.
__________ farmers grow crops in terraced plots on the slopes of valleys.
National presidential elections take place __________ four years.


 12. In 2000, 87 nations authorized the death penalty for __________ crimes.
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__________ type is available only by prescription.
The acids in acid rain react chemically with __________ object they contact.
__________ pictures show people using boomerangs and nets to capture prey.
There were 980 radio receivers and 525 televisions for __________ 1, 000 residents.


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All materials exhibit __________ degree of absorption, refraction, and reflection of light.
Within __________ of these categories, wetlands can vary widely.
The New River Excursion Train offers rides through the gorge __________ October.
The hardy settlers remained, but thereafter without __________ aid from England.


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__________ materials can be broken down simply by heating them.
In late 1505 Columbus became too ill to travel __________ more.
__________ of these provinces was subdivided into some ten districts.
In the late 1990s there were 35 dependents for __________ 65 workers.


 16. At __________ turn of the cycle, more energy is produced.
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Cyclones occur __________ few years and are quite destructive.
__________ district is divided into circuits, generally 30 to 40 in number.
__________ libraries feature union catalogs, which list the holdings of multiple libraries.
Ichneumon, common name for __________ of several thousand species of parasitic insects.


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Parole boards place __________ paroled inmates in halfway houses.
At __________ turn of the cycle, more energy is produced.
He was reelected __________ two years beginning in 1974.
Large eyes, which may be of __________ color, are wide-set and level.


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In __________ event, the perimeter held for most of August.
__________ 26 percent work in manufacturing, construction, and mining.
In 1997 Comoros had 141 radio receivers for __________ 1, 000 inhabitants.
In three-handed pinochle, 16 cards are dealt to __________ player.


 20. National presidential elections take place __________ four years.
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