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1. _____ Henry Ford first sought financial backing for making cars, the very notion of farmers and clerks owning automobiles was considered ridiculous.


2. The first president of Cornell University, Andrew White _____ the concept of a university unaffiliated with any religious sect or political party.


3. In order for information to be easily communicated, _____ must be organized in an understandable way.


4. Because of record snowfalls in the mountains surrounding Utah’s Great Salt Lake, there is more water in the lake and its salt content is _____ it once was.


5. Home movies began to become popular as a hobby in the United States during the 1920’s, _____ of low-cost film.


6. Mary Edmonia Lewis, a sculptor who studied at Oberlin College, was _____ by Harriet Fosmer.


7. Even though rhubarb is a vegetable, _____ as a dessert.


8. Elizabeth Cabot Agassiz, _____ of Radeliffe College, had worked as both an educator and a naturalist.


9. _____ ever developed was celluloid, a combination of natural camphor and cellulose nitrate.


10. Often the design of a scholarly investigation _____ by the question it is addressing.


11. Since the beginning of this century, the United States government has played an role in the supervision and use of the nation’s natural resources.


12. Between 1906 and 1917, political activist Emma Goldma devoted most of her efforts to writing, traveling and lectured.


13. Height, powerful and speed are attributes that coaches often look for in basketball players.


14. Many of society’s wealth is controlled by large corporations and government agencies.


15. Pieces of eighteenth-century porcelain they are frequently dug up in excavations at Williamsburg Virginia.


16. For make adobe bricks, workers mix sand and clay or mud with water and small quantities of straw, grass, or a similar material.


17. A dictionary allows quick access to the meaning of a word only if one knows how spell the word.


18. To simulate natural sounds in music, composers often use the orchestral instrument that they feel most approximate the sound in question.


19. Sodium is of one the few metals that will burn when heated in air.


20. Alike traditional harmony, jazz progressions are based on triads, but the special jazz sound is created by the piling up of thirds above a basic triad.