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That (A) Erica dedicated so much (B) of her time to charity work and she cared (C) so little about those less fortunate (D) than her is surprising. No error (E)CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
Sue Grafton, a mystery writer from Kentucky, is perhaps best known for the alphabet murder series she began writing in the 1980s.CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
The validity of IQ tests as accurate measures of human intelligence have been the subject of much debate.CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
Bred in Portugal as a seafaring dog to carry messages between ships, the Portuguese Water Dog is a strong and agile dog with enough stamina to do a full day’s work.CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
Most animals are able to produce vitamin C internally, but there is no production by humans and therefore they must incorporate it into their diets.CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
The invention of the plow over 12,000 years ago enabled large populations to sustain themselves without needing of migration in search of food.CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
The surgical method of inserting (A) the valve, which includes (B) making a small incision between the ribs, are intended (C) to shorten recovery time and reduce complications associated with (D) traditional open-heart surgery. No error (E)CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
Scientists are amassing (A)evidence that the placebo affect (B) is a physiological reaction, and that the expectation of a benefit can trigger (C) the same neurological pathways as real medication does.(D) No error (E)CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
In the aftermath (A) of the Cuban Missile Crisis, the papers from (B) all the national security agencies involved (C) were scattered (D) throughout the executive branch. No error (E)CorrectIncorrect/Not answered
After completing (A) her examination of the patient, the medical intern informed (B) the chief resident that the patient was (C) not only feeling sick, but dizzy,(D) and therefore might have an infection. No error (E)CorrectIncorrect/Not answered