1. In 1938, when Benny Goodman?s orchestra presented a concert at the prestigious Carnegie Hall, ___ was clear that jazz had at last been fully accepted
2. Duke Ellington was a composer, conductor, and pianist ___ ranked as one of the greatest of all jazz figures
3. Some of the rainwater from clouds evaporates before ________.
4. _______ are prepared from flour or meal derived from some form of grain.
5. Rhododendrons would rather ________ in shady places, and so would azaleas.
6. The janitor refused to unlock the classroom door because he ________ busy.
7. The more hemoglobin one has, the more oxygen is carried to ________ cells.
8. Before the Angles and the Saxons ________ to England, the Iberians had lived there.
9. Neither Jane nor her brothers ________a consent form for tomorrow's field trip.
10. Children usually turn to their parents rather than ________ for protection from threats in the environment.
11. ________ the last lunar eclipse lasting longer than any this century, we were able to try out our new telescope.
12. Henry Ford revolutionized production management by ________ into small steps on a moving line.
13. The javelin used in competition must be between 260 and 270 centimeters ________
14. ________ created the donkey and elephant that symbolize the Democratic and Republican parties.
15. John Dewey advocated teaching methods that provided teaching experiences for students to participate in ________ material to memorize.
16. John walked by the professor's office ________ would be in.
17. ________ jellies, jams are made by retaining the pulp with the fruit juice.
18. In the seventeenth century, North America was vast and unconquered, ________ only at great cost.
19. Some monkeys, ________, use their tails in a way similar to a hand.
20. ________ the intermission, the kids all bought popcorn.