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1. Duke Ellington was a composer, conductor, and pianist _____ ranked as one of the greatest of all jazz figures.


2. _____ became a state in 1876.


3. The fragrances of many natural substances come from oils, _____ these oils may be used in manufacturing perfumes.


4. Because the saxophone is an excellent solo instrument, _____ in some important orchestral works.


5. Before Geraldine Ferraro was selected as the Democratic Party’s vice presidential candidate in 1984, no woman _____ run for national office in the United States on a major party ticket.


6. _____ reaches the cells of the body, it is oxidized, or slowly burned.


7. The position of the larynx, or voice box, in the neck determines _____ , swallows, and vocalizes.


8. The slide rule uses sliding scales with marks _____ numbers and their logarithms.


9. _____ executive and administrative authority in the United States government rests with a President who is elected for a four-year term.


10. _____ stereophonic phonograph records, two recordings are made of the same musical performance.


11. Before the retina of the eye can be examined, the pupil must to be artificially dilated.


12. The most widely writer praised of the 1960’s in the United States was probably Joyce Carol Oates, who published many novels and short stories.


13. Unlike animals such as cows, horses, human beings are neither able to digest cellulose, the fibrous carbohydrate found in grass.


14. At the age of 94, composer, conductor, arranger, and acting Eva Jessye led her choral group in the first production of the opera Porgy and Bess, written in 1935.


15. In 1987 the states of ice cream in the United States amounted to fifteen quarts per year for every persons in the country.


16. Some art historians have say that too many artists have tried only to imitate previous painting styles.


17. Inventor Granville Woods received him first patent on January 3, 1984, for a steam boiler furnace.


18. Throughout history, shoes have been worn not only for protection and also for decoration.


19. Worker bees labor for the good of the hive by collecting food, caring for the young, and to expand the nest.


20. Pathologists use their knowing of body tissues and body fluids to aid other physicians.