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1.During World War II, restrictions were imposed upon many _____ in the US, especially if they were of Japanese origin.
2.possessing the same or almost the same characteristics
3.Elbasi is the richer location and can draw upon wives from more marginal settlements, from families who seek out more favorable domestic conditions for their daughters as well as _____-- contacts in prominent communities.
5.The_____________ of this auditorium are so remarkable that when one drops a pin on the stage, an audience member can hear it hit the floor while sitting in the back.
8.Landslides, mud flows and debris avalanches frequently ____________ other natural disasters such as floods and earthquakes.
9.to act in opposition to; to incur or provoke the hostility of
11.John Adams’ innate conservatism made him determined in 1770 that the British soldiers ______________ of the Boston Massacre received a fair hearing.
12.Three years later, Thomas Edison announced his invention of the incandescent light bulb, and on New Year's Eve in 1879 drew a crowd of 3,000 visitors to his Menlo Park, New Jersey, complex to see the buildings and grounds ___________ in the softer light of his creation.
13.say walk-to-school programs are gaining new momentum from parents and teachers concerned about a childhood obesity epidemic.
14.one that defends or maintains a cause or proposal
15.resembling the bodily structure of animals and plants
17.George Washington was well informed, a_______s, and public spirited.
18.If a learner has anxiety, the __________ filters conducive to second language acquisition may be closed, thus making the input in the brain incomprehensible
22.The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, known by the Spanish___________ FARC, was seeking a $3 million ransom for the couple, who had three children, they said.
23.In Death Valley, we find the national park headquarters and overnight________________s in this area, including Furnace Creek Ranch and Furnace Creek Inn.
24.The athlete experienced __________ in his right shoulder after pitching nine innings in yesterday’s baseball game
25.From another perspective, we can also conclude that the village with the most resources is able to better ______________ the cultural ideal of choosing marriage partners within the same tribe.
26.effects to smoking are lung cancer and an increased risk of heart attacks.
28.Adams helped draft the Declaration of Independence, secured its unanimous______________ in Congress, and wrote his wife on July 3, 1776, that "the most memorable Epoch in the History of America has begun."
29.The knowledge of key social factors and a firm grasp on research design and methods, all of which are learned upon completion of a B.A. in a sociology program, provides breadth and the potential for ___________ in the workplace.
31.The World Health Organization (WHO), an agency of the United Nations, lifted its __________ against unnecessary travel to Hong Kong because of the outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).
33.Saliva provides another example, ________t less exotic, of taste modification.
34.racial segregation; specifically: a policy of segregation and political and economic
36.one that contributes to the animation of a cartoon
39.ancient times, especially before the middle ages
40.The basic ___________ of television are not that different from those of movies.
42.Brazil and Indonesia, which contain the world’s two largest surviving regions of rain forest, are being stripped at an_________ rate by logging, fires, and land-clearing for agriculture and cattle-grazing.
43.It is learned that the impact might produce a sudden brightening of the comet visible to_____ astronomers with small telescopes.
44.The learning theory is based on the assumption that although human _________ may be influenced by physiological characteristics, the activation of those characteristics depends on learning and is subject to the person's control.
45.Vinland was the first European Settlement in the New World but now was__________________
46.an attention drawing often wildly playful or funny act or action
47.Child molesters often a_____________children within 200 feet of their home.
48.to collect for oneself; to gather or pile up especially little by little
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2.of doubtful authenticity
4.The industries affected -- including oil refineries, steel, cement, ceramics, glass and paper -- will feel the pinch next March when European Union governments must say how they will _______e the 2 allowances firms will need to operate from 2005.
5.Discovered in the 1820s, aluminum is the most ___________ metal on earth
6.something, as a machine, devised for a particular function
7.Possible causative __________ for brain cancer in firefighters include vinyl chloride, acrylonitrile, and formaldehyde.
8.A machine travels through a certain path, resulting from the ______combination of the parts moving within it.
9.Because girls strongly relate their self worth to their attractiveness, many______________ are unhappy with their weight.
10.The learning theory is based on the assumption that although human aggression may be influenced by physiological characteristics, the _____________ of those characteristics depends on learning and is subject to the person's control.
11.a person from whom one is descended
14.College president Benjamin Mays and other proponents of Christian social ____________ influenced Martin Luther King's decision after his junior year at Morehouse to become a minister and thereby serve society.
16.Besides the genetic testing, the investigation will examine whether an ____________________ provided Kid with the pistol he used to kill two deputy sheriffs during the escape
19.something different, abnormal, peculiar, or not easily classified
20.having partial or total loss of memory
21.In considering the biology of language _______________, consider that human language is made possible by special adaptations of the human mind and body that occurred in the course of human evolution, and which are put to use by children in acquiring their mother tongue.
22.acting against or in opposition; tending to discourage, retard, or make more difficult
23.A landslide occurs when steep slopes are destabilized by excess water ____________ in the soil, the addition of excess weight to the top of a slope, the removal of support from the bottom of a slope, or a combination of the above.
24.Recently, wind power has become an appealing ______ to fossil based fuels, especially in countries with scarce petroleum and ample wind.
26.Similar to past Russian revolutionaries, Joseph Stalin adopted many _____ to evade arrest.
27.When a customer attempts to book hotel accommodations on the Internet, it is sometimes hard to find two ___________ rooms at a discounted rate.
30.to deprive of courage or the power to act as a result of fear, anxiety, or disgust
32.Therapists who believe in the reality of Multiple Personality Disorder generally believe it to be caused by very severe abuse during childhood violence so extreme that the child cannot__________the trauma in its entirety.
35.Due to the car accident, his back went out of a_______t.
36.The summit of Mount Everest is at an ____ of 29,000 feet.
37.In the middle of the_______________ lies a 20 foot long small intestine.
38.If you're willing to spend $300 to $450, consider a 15-inch LCD. It _________ the same viewable area as a 17-inch CRT and takes up far less space.
39.in or into the middle of
41.Various triggers can cause the brains _____ to take control of the mental processes of the victim for periods of time.

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