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James Boswell was a Scottish author whose private journals ……………………… . personality and colorful experiences during his European journeys, meetings with renowned French· philosophers, and adventures with Corsican rebels.
Parallels, which are imaginary dividing lines drawing parallel to the equator and perpendicular to the Earth’s axis, measure distances north and south by sectioning the globe into equally spaced circles.
The colonies of settlers who were called the “Pennsylvania Dutch” actually consisted from German, Swiss, and Moravian members of religious sects who scheduled themselves from political and social affairs of their secular neighbors.
Descriptive analysis of language merely reflects …………………….. used without concern for the social prestige without concern for the social prestige of these structures.
In his novel published in 1894, Mark Twain referred to fingerprinting as a completely reliable technique for established a personal identity of twins differentiated by the shape of ridges on their fingertips.
The price theory that represents the core of microeconomics explained how the variability of supply and demand in competitive markets creates an interplay of prices for goods and services.
Sedimentary rock represents geologically transformed minerals and small particles of ……………….. deposited of water, wind, or glacial ice.
Ancient Greek philosophers believed that listening to musicals arrangements and particular types of sounds led young children to develop beneficial physical and mental characteristics.
Historians believe that Navajo tribes migrated to the south from the northwestern coasts of Alaska and Canada and populated the Southwestern states as recent as 500 years ago
Originally, the first European colleges consisted of groups of individuals ………………. joined their efforts to study sciences, medicine, and law.
At the end of the American Civil War, Andrew Jackson succeeded Abraham Lincoln as the U.S. president and after the completing his term returning to his home state of Tennessee.
During his remarkable career, PaulSamuelsson served as a magazine columnist, consultant to research organizations, advised two presidents,and lecturers on mathematical analysis on levels of employment.
The Internet .. . .. . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . access to current news, political articles, business statistics, and software for practically any purpose.
Before theAmerican revolution, the task of maintaining law and order was carrying out by elected officials and citizens to keep a careful watch for fires and suspicious activities in towns and rural areas alike.
In 1838, Auguste Compte devised the term “sociology” to refer to a new science that will discover regularities of human society similar to laws of nature by employing investigation methods.
The buff poetry with red designs made by the Hohokam dessert dwellers in the southwestern regions ……………. for its original construction and unique shape.
Edmund Malone was a greatscholar whom depicted the life and work of William Shakespeare and contributed his expertise in language to publishing a formal biography of the playwright and his humble beginnings.
Although zebras are related to horses, they are size is closer to that of donkeys whom they resemble in behavior and body form, with short legs, high shoulders, a stiff black mane, large ears, and tufted tail.
Soap operas and day-time comedy serials were ……………………….. originated in Chicago in the 1930s, and most consisted of 15 minute episodes broadcast five times a week.
Water levels in the Great Lakes fluctuate dramatically over periods of years by as much as one meter, and during runoff, the levels may rise or fall by as much as two meters, particularly in Lake Erie, the shallow of the five.
Influenced by the advancements in behavioral sciences, George Mead argued that communication and interaction with the environment are the keys to understand an organism’s self-consciousness.
Although food preferences vary a great deal from one individual to another, geographic location, traditional customs, and family socioeconomic position play a major role ………………… .
Whether sounds are perceived to be musical or not depends on learning more and cultural conditioning than the physical properties of sounds or innate characteristics of human brain.
Among the sixteenth-century Dutch painters, peter Bruegel is the most notable because of his portrayal of peasant scenes and proverbial folk tales that have charmed art aficionados since more than 400 years.
Precipitation of microscopic marine organisms on the ocean floor results in the creation of limestone, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . parallel or discordant layers of deposited chemical material.
Baobab trees that closely related to the family of bottle and cactus trees have thick trunks with soft centers that store water in sufficient amounts to enable the plants to weather long periods of dessert droughts.
Approximately 400 million to 250 million years ago, the ability for primitive plants to reproduce by seed …………………….. to cope with harsher habitats could the flora that reproduced by spores.
Since the early twentieth century, the mass-production of automobiles has begun to change the American lifestyle and landscape, as ready access by a motor vehicle determines where do people build houses and other facilities.
Some language experts might say ………………………. to a person speaking a language one does not understand and still determine whether the speaker us excited or exhausted, angry, or pleased.
Although radiocarbon dating of archeological finds can prove to be fair reliable for establishing the age of prehistoric objects, additional techniques must be employed to date objects older than 50,000 years.
David Smith, who welded metal sculptures and relied on his experience as a welder in a factory during World War II, opened new paths …………………. . to experiment with landscape art composed of objects.
Owning to their superior skill, highly competitive athletes have been known to win contests and break records even when suffered from injuries, physical disorders, and infections.
Exercises can be classified as active or passive with the former ················· effort and the latter the use of machines or training assistants.
The key board was invented in medieval Europe during the rise of multipart musical compositions and replacement the mechanical dulcimer in domestic uses and public performances.
The construction of the Alaska Highway ………………………. in 1939 and led to a economic boom and population growth in Northern Territories.
The Paleo-Indian tribes were able to switch from food gathering and nomadic way of life to permanent settlements only they acquired means of planting and harvesting more predictable corps of grain and beans.
…………………. the perishable quality of organic fibers, it is not possible to trace early techniques associated with weaving and interlacing of the twines and threads.
Hand axes founded in the high banks if the Thames rivers have been identified as much older artifacts that pottery shards excavated in the lower flood planes located in different geological strata.
Because of the federal government did not relocate from Philadelphia to Washington D.C., until 1800, George Washington and his wife never moved into the white house but resided in Philadelphia instead.
In stained-glass work, cut pieces of colored glass are positioned in incremental frames made of shape metal stripes and soldered to a large overall frame.