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Because she did not identify the germ, it might have been a bacterium, a virus, or a portozoan.
(1,1) Cx
The book is about folklore, which is the unrecorded popular beliefs and customs of people; unfortunately, the book contains examples of literature that was not folklore.
(2,2) C-C
Many great men and women have felt like failures although the world recognized their achievements posthumously.
(1,1) Cx
Molasses is the by-product of the manufacturing of sugar; thus, the countries that produce sugar also produce molasses.
(2,1) C-C
The Ford Foundation, which was established by Henry and Edsel Ford, is the world's wealthiest endowed foundation.
(1,1) Cx
One is what one eats.
(1,1) Cx
When time first reviewed Death of a Salesman, the magazine called it the No more than an altogether creditable play; nevertheless, the play achieved world fame.
(2,1) C-C
Much of the richness of the English Language could be lost if regional dialects are no longer spoken, and some linguists convey that some dialects are disappearing rapidly in America.
(2,2) C-C
The wold's highest mountains, which have a permanent covering of snow and ice, are located in Asia and South America; however, a few such peaks exist in Africa and North America also.
(2,1) C-C
Derek enjoys what he does for a living; therefore, he does it well.
(2,1) C-C
Barbara Walters has interviewed dozens of celebrities on television but prefers to be recognized for her other journalistic abilities.
(1,0) S
More than seven thousand kinds of apples are grown worldwide, and more than two thousand of them are grown in North America.
(2,0) Cx
Until Marna saw the ocean, she underestimated its majesty.
(1,1) Cx
Who said, to make an omelette, one must break eggs?
(2,0) Cd
Ellen acts superior when she speaks to people; thus, few people enjoy her company.
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