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1) The patient to be operated on was taken to the bathroom.
 ,

2) When stimulated by sunlight, the skin manufactures vitamin D.


3) The experts suppose the method to be associated with no risk.
 ,

4) The pelvis is much stronger than the shoulder girdle for it has to support the full weight of the
body.


5) Due to bacteria the inhaled air must be filtered.
 -

6) After a physician has made an initial diagnosis it must be confirmed by laboratory findings.
 ,

7) As the brains main nutritional substance is glucose, is very sensitive to changes in the blood.


8) Since the outer margin of the kidney is convex, the inner one is concave.


9) This form of cancer like the other one has numerous metastases.


10) The first symptom is a skin lesion that starts as a small red spot.



11) An early diagnosis is important because it allows treatment to begin sooner.


12) Both diagnosis and treatment of this disease are difficult.


13) When the glucose is inside the cells, it is burnt with oxygen to produce energy.


14) In order to contract, skeletal muscle must be stimulated.
 ,

15) Knowledge of the apparatus being used for mechanical ventilation is important to competent
care of the patient.


16) Many branches come off the aorta, each bringing freshly oxygenated blood to an area of the
body.


17) When contracting in inspiration, the diaphragm moves downward.


18) The blood returns to the hearts right side having completed the double circulation.


19) The ventricles of the heart relax fully before the next contraction.


20) Large doses of this vitamin have been reported to be helpful in some cases.
 ,

21) To replace the used red blood cells the body requires iron.


22) Blood is pumped from the heart to the kidneys to be cleaned.


23) The utilization of the absorbed material by the body cells is called metabolism.


24) Many cancer cells appear to have mechanisms that suppress multipolar mitoses.
 ,

25) Respiratory viruses are known to be the most common cause of acute bronchitis.


26) The students had already examined a frogs heart before the teacher began asking them
questions.


27) Stem cells can be frozen for long periods and do not lose their .


28) Both portions of the glands secrete hormones directly into the bloodstream.


29) Intravenous food must be specially prepared before it is given to the patient in shock.
 ,

30) The best form of therapy for many solid tumors is often surgery.


31) In recent years, medicine has progressed due to the development of biological sciences.
 -

32) The flow of lymph is very slow compared with that of the blood stream.


33) The joints are prone to injury because they are subject to great stresses.


34) Secretion of saliva is under control of the autonomic nervous system, which controls both the
volume and type of saliva secreted.
 .,

35) Some of the brains increase in size is due to the increase in the number and size of nerve
 -

36) After plants and animals die, the dead material undergoes decay.
 ,

37) Saliva can cause severe damage if inhaled into the lungs.


38) The researchers found the more severe symptoms to appear two months later.
 ,

39) One of the most common traditional treatments for illness involves the use of herbal


40) The liver clears the body of bilirubin pigment which is produced as hemoglobin is broken down


41) Since the outer margin of the kidney is convex, the inner one is concave.


42) This form of cancer like the other one has numerous metastases.


43) The body heat is lost as sweat evaporates from the skin.


44) Since penicillin was discovered, a great amount of information has been accumulated
concerning its use.
 ,

45) After filtration occurs the blood moves through a small network of venules.
 ,

46) Since the beginning of the 20th century the problem of tuberculosis has been very urgent.


47) One should be careful when dealing with explosives ( ).


48) When combined with other nutrients, calcium is much easier to absorb.


49) In a healthy adult, respiratory activity occurs in due time.


50) Before treatment is applied, the patient must be examined thoroughly.
 ,

51) Bacteria are considered to have the simplest cells known.
 ,

52) Mucus is a slippery fluid being secreted by mucus membranes inside the body.


53) The heart is divided into two sides, each side acting as an independent pump.


54) When contracting muscles exert a pressing effect on the blood vessels.


55) Blood vessels enter the bones to renew the lymph.


56) The cell is regarded as the smallest unit of living matter that can


57) Viruses have been found to infect all types of cellular life including animals, plants and bacteria.


58) The human skeleton is composed of 206 bones, with the vertebral column forming the central.


59) The right side of the heart pumps to the lungs waste-filled blood to be purified with oxygen.


60) Pectin has been shown to decrease the risk of heart disease by lowering cholesterol.


61) One remarkable fact about fever is how almost anyone can feel its presence.


62) The doctor did not detect that the patient was suffering from AIDS.


63) Because of their elasticity the lungs extend from the collarbone to the diaphragm in the thoracic
cavity.


64) Both insect cells and mammalian cells can be grown in free suspension culture.
 , .

65) After circulation in the glomerulus, the blood comes into the capillaries on the walls of the
tubes.


66) Having passed through the nose, the air enters the pharynx.


67) The right bronchus, being the more direct continuation of the trachea, is shorter and larger than
the left.
 ()

68) The muscle contracts when stimulated by nerve impulses.


69) Large doses of this vitamin have been reported to be helpful in some cases.
 ,

70) Cells must grow before they can divide
 ,

71) Because of its high oxygen content, the colour of arterial blood is brighter than the colour of the
venosus blood.
 -

72. The red blood cells, having delivered their oxygen, pick up the carbon dioxide and carry it back to
the lungs.


73. The results obtained clearly demonstrate the efficacy of this drug.


74. The right kidney is somewhat lower than the left one.


75. If properly used, some agents can kill cancer cells



Response


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Rate


Cavity


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To lead


Amount


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To contract


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1) The patient __________ to go for a walk because his condition had improved.
 Was allowed

2) The body is continuously ______ to damage by viruses, bacteria, toxins and chemicals, and
foreign proteins of plant origin.
 Exposed

3) Traces of this drug have ______ in the blood sample.
 Been found

4) The complex of digestive processes gradually _______ the food materials.
 Simplifies

5) The features of the disease _______ among individuals.
 Vary

6) Several metabolic problems _____ the growth and development of the skeletal system.
 Influence

7) Over 3.000 monogenic diseases have ______.
 Been identified

8) The biological properties of a protein _______ on the exact sequence of different amino-acids in
the chain.
 Depend

9) Inside any cell a multitude of chemical reactions is _______.
 Taking place

10) Leucocytes _____ their protective functions in different .
 Carry out

11) A band of fibers between the atria and ventricles _____ .. (. ! Active Voice
DOES NOT, Passive Voice - IS NOT)
 Is not
 Does not
12) The biological properties of a protein______ on the exact
 Depend

13) For centuries, drugs ____ from animal and plant extracts.
 Have been made

14) The inner part of the heart is _____ into four chambers.
 Divided

15) Food must be ____ down and then absorbed through the walls of the digestive tube.
 Broken

16) The bones are seriously _______ if there is a vitamin D deficiency.
 Affected

17) The diaphragm, abdomen, heart, lungs, and liver are ____ a thorough massage during laughing.
 Given

18) Total deprivation of the supply of oxygen to the body _____ death within minutes.
 Causes

19) During trunk movements and during breathing, the kidneys ____ up and down.
 Move

20) The pulmonary alveoli _____ networks of extremely small vessels.
 Contain

21) The outer layer of the skin is constantly _______.
 Drying up

22) The most important development in biology ______ the discovery of the structure of DNA.
 Has been

23) Healthy bones cannot _______ without calcium salts.
 Be built

24) Disturbances in the function of the pancreas ________ digestive disorders.
 Produce

25) The number of molecules ______ during many reactions.
 Changes

26) The muscles of the abdomen _______ the abdominal cavity and form its walls.
 Surround

27) The development of bacteriology has _____ to important .
 Led

28) Our senses _____ accurate information about position of our body parts.
 Provide

29) Cartilage _______ contain very many mineral salts.
 Does not

30) The trachea divides into right and left bronchi which _____ to the lungs.
 Go

31) Secretions from the endocrine glands _______ a very active influence on metabolism.
 Exercise

32) Biologists _______ more than a million living species.
 Have described

33) The kidneys _______ be regarded as filters through which the whole blood passes.
 Must

34) Many studies have _____ recently about hand preference in humans.
 Been made

35) At birth milk teeth are already ______ within the gums.
 Forming

36) Progress is being _____ on many of these problems.
 Made

37) Body systems _______ function independently.
 Do not

38) The bronchi into increasingly small tubes.
 branch

39) Genetics thousands of mutations responsible for diseases in humans.
 Have discovered

40) The exchange of gases according to the size and activity of the organism.
 varies

41) The vertebral column made up of bone alone.
 is not

1
1.
001. The complex of digestive processes gradually .. the food materials.
3) simplifies
002. The exchange of gases according to the size and activity of the organism.
2) varies
003. The number of molecules during many reactions.
2) changes
004. Blood .. changes in the activities of organs of the body.
1) reflects
005. Total deprivation of the supply of oxygen to the body .. death within minutes.
4) causes
2.
001. The left and right sides of the brain .. in many ways.
4) differ
002. During trunk movements and during breathing, the kidneys .. up and down.
3) move
003. The muscles of the abdomen the abdominal cavity and form its walls.
1) surround
004. The features of the disease .. among individuals.
4) vary
005. Secretions from the endocrine glands .. a very active influence on metabolism.
3) exercise
3.
001. Different degrees of effort in breathing .. different volumes of air in the lungs.
4) result in
002. Several metabolic problems .. the growth and development of the skeletal system.
1) influence
003. The pulmonary alveoli networks of extremely small vessels.
2) contain
004. Our senses . accurate information about the position of our body parts.
2) provide
005. Leucocytes .. their protective functions in different ways.
4) carry out
4.
001. Body systems .. function independently.
2) do not
002. A band of fibers between the atria and ventricles .. conduct excitation wave.
4) does not
003. Cartilage .. contain very many mineral salts.
4) does not
004. The vertebral column .. made up of bone alone.
2) does not
005. Healthy bones cannot .. without calcium salts.
3) be built
5.
001. In an adult, the ribs, pelvic bone, sternum and vertebrae .. red bone marrow.
2) contain
002. The bronchi .. into increasingly smaller tubes.
1) branch
003. Disturbances in the function of the pancreas digestive disorders.
3) produce
004. The biological properties of a protein on the exact sequence of different amino-acids
in the chain.
4) depend
005. The trachea divides into right and left bronchi which . to the lungs.
1) go
6.
001. Inside any cell a multitude of chemical reactions is .
4) taking place
002. Bones act as mineral stores and are constantly calcium with blood.
1) exchanging
003.The size of the chest is constantly .. with the movement of the ribs.
2) changing
004. The outer layer of the skin is constantly .
4) drying up
005. At birth milk teeth are already .. within the gums.
3) forming
7.
001. Biologists .. more than a million living species.
3) have described
002. For centuries, drugs from animal and plant extracts.
2) have been made
003. Over 3, 000 monogenic diseases have .
4) been identified
004. The most important development in biology the discovery of the structure of DNA.
3) has been
005. The cells have .. into nerve cells, muscle cells, skin cells and so on.
2) differentiated
8.
001. The kidneys be regarded as filters through which the whole blood passes.
3) must
002. The kidneysto control the concentrations of most of the constituents of body fluids.
2) have
003. The tubules which make up the parenchyma of the kidneybe of various shapes.
2) may
004. The patient to go for a walk because his condition had improved.
1) was allowed
005. Food must be .. down and then absorbed through the walls of the digestive tube.
4) broken
9.
001. Genetics thousands of mutations responsible for diseases in humans.
1) have discovered
002. The inner part of the heart is .. into four chambers.
1) divided
003. Thousands enzymes have already .
2) been identified
004. The bones are seriously if there is a vitamin D deficiency.
2) affected
005. The body is continuously to damage by viruses, bacteria, toxins and chemicals, and
foreign proteins of plant origin.
3) exposed
10.
001. Many studies have .. recently about hand preference in humans.
3) been made
002. Traces of this drug have .. in the blood sample.
3) been found
003. The development of bacteriology has to important methods of treatment.
4) led
004. Progress is being .. on many of these problems.
3) made
005. The diaphragm, abdomen, heart, lungs, and liver are .. a thorough massage during
laughing.
4) given
2
1.

001. To reduce the risk of lung cancer is one of the goals of modern epidemiology.
3)
002. The function of the respiratory system is to exchange two gases: oxygen and carbon
dioxide.
2)
003. To study the functions of the accessory glands is very important for understanding the
complex process of digestion.
3)

004. The function of blood vessels is to distribute blood to the tissues and cells.
1)
005. Salivas major role is to bind the food particles and to lubricate the mouth and gullet.
3)
2.

001. Blood vessels enter the bones to renew the lymph.
1)
002. Blood is pumped from the heart to the kidneys to be cleaned.
1)
003. In order to contract, skeletal muscle must be stimulated.
4) ,
004. To replace the used red blood cells the body requires iron.
1)
005. When the glucose is inside the cells, it is burnt with oxygen to produce energy.
2)
3.

001. The results obtained clearly demonstrate the efficacy of this drug.
3)

002. Blood is the fluid pumped round the body in the circulatory system.
1)
003. Mucus is a slippery liquid being secreted by mucous membranes inside the body.
2)
004.The utilization of the absorbed material by the body cells is called metabolism.
2)
005. Knowledge of the apparatus being used for mechanical ventilation is important to
competent care of the patient.
4)
4.

001. The operation having been performed in time, the patient was discharged from the
hospital 10 days later.
3)
002. The human skeleton is composed of 206 bones, with the vertebral column forming the
central supporting structure.
2)
003. There have been a variety of microscopes, the most common type being the optical
microscope
1)
004. The heart is divided into two sides, each side acting as an independent pump.
1)
005. Many branches come off the aorta, each bringing freshly oxygenated blood to an area of
the body.
1)
5.

001. Reading the book on anatomy the professor noted mistakes.
1)
002. When contracting muscles exert a pressing effect on the blood vessels.
1)
003. The right bronchus, being the more direct continuation of the trachea, is shorter and larger
than the left.
2) ()
004. Arteries, veins, nerves, and bronchi enter the lung substance, forming its root.
3)
005. When contracting in inspiration, the diaphragm moves downward.
3)
6.

001. The red blood cells, having delivered their oxygen, pick up the carbon dioxide and carry
it back to the lungs.
4)
002. Having studied the movements of the stomach by means of X-rays the doctor could make
a diagnosis.
3)

003. Having passed through the nose, the air enters the pharynx.
3)
004. The blood returns to the hearts right side having completed the double circulation.
2)
005. Having picked up oxygen in the lungs, blood is pumped by the left side of the heart to the
tissues of the body.
1) ()
7.

001. The patient to be operated on was taken to the bathroom.
1) ,
002. The viruses to be included in each group are indicated on the list.
2) ,
003. The various mechanisms of immunity are basic to the bodys ability to protect itself
against specific infectious agents.
4)
004. The right side of the heart pumps to the lungs waste-filled blood to be purified with
oxygen.
4)
005. The questions to be discussed are ethical questions.
4) ,
8.

001. Saliva can cause severe damage if inhaled into the lungs.
3)
002. The muscle contracts when stimulated by nerve impulses.
3)
003. If properly used, some agents can kill cancer cells.
2)
004. When stimulated by sunlight, the skin manufactures vitamin D.
2)
005. When combined with other nutrients, calcium is much easier to absorb.
2)
9.

001. The researchers found the more severe symptoms to appear two months later.
1) ,
002. The researchers consider control of infection to involve mononuclear and
polymorphonuclear cells.
2) ,
003. Many cancer cells appear to have mechanisms that suppress multipolar mitoses.
2) , ,
004. The experts suppose the method to be associated with no risk.
4) ,
005. The surgeons thought the operation to have been performed well.
3) ,
10.

001. Viruses have been found to infect all types of cellular life including animals, plants and
bacteria.
4)
002. Respiratory viruses are known to be the most common cause of acute bronchitis.
4)
003. Large doses of this vitamin have been reported to be helpful in some cases.
1) ,
004. Pectin has been shown to decrease the risk of heart disease by lowering cholesterol.
2)
005. Bacteria are considered to have the simplest cells known.
3) ,
3 ()
1.
001. The liver clears the body of bilirubin pigment which is produced as hemoglobin is broken
down.
1)
002. The pharynx serves as a passage-way for air from the nasal cavity to the larynx.
4)
003. In the process of metabolism certain waste products must be eliminated as the body does
not need them.
2)
004. The body heat is lost as sweat evaporates from the skin.
2)
005. As the brain's main nutritional substance is glucose, is very sensitive to changes in the
blood glucose level.
3)
2.
001. Since the arterioles of each renal artery are small, blood passes through them slowly.
3)
002. Since the beginning of the 20th century the problem of tuberculosis has been very urgent.
2)
003. Since water is taken into the body, some of it is excreted through the lungs and
perspiration.
3)
004. Since the outer margin of the kidney is convex, the inner one is concave.
1)
005. Since penicillin was discovered, a great amount of information has been accumulated
concerning its use.
2)
3.
001. The right kidney is somewhat lower than the left one.
3)
002. One should be careful when dealing with explosives ( ).
2)
003. This form of cancer like the other one has numerous metastases.
4)
004. One remarkable fact about fever is how almost anyone can feel its presence.
3)
005. One of the most common traditional treatments for illness involves the use of herbal
medicine.
2)
4.
001. The first symptom is a skin lesion that starts as a small red spot.
1)
002. The doctor did not detect that the patient was suffering from AIDS.
4)
003. Blood is the fluid that circulates through the heart, arteries, capillaries and veins.
1)
004. The cell is regarded as the smallest unit of living matter that can live independently and
reproduce itself.
3)
005. The flow of lymph is very slow compared with that of the blood stream.
2)
5.
001. The joints are prone to injury because they are subject to great stresses.
2)
002. The periosteum aids in nourishing the bone because of its rich blood supply.
4)
003. Because of their elasticity the lungs extend from the collarbone to the diaphragm in the
thoracic cavity.
3)
004. An early diagnosis is important because it allows treatment to begin sooner.
2) ,
005. Because of its higher oxygen content, the colour of the arterial blood is brighter than the
colour of the venous blood.
4) -
6.
001. Some nerves are sensory, others are motor and yet others are mixed, carrying both types
of neurons.
1)
002. Both insect cells and mammalian cells can be grown in free suspension culture.
1)
003. Both portions of the glands secrete hormones directly into the bloodstream.
4)
004. Both diagnosis and treatment of this disease are difficult.
2)
005. Secretion of saliva is under control of the autonomic nervous system, which controls both
the volume and type of saliva secreted.
3)
7.
001. Cells must grow before they can divide.
4) ,
002. The ventricles of the heart relax fully before the next contraction.
1)
003. The students had already examined a frogs heart before the teacher began asking them
questions.
3) ,
004. Intravenous food must be specially prepared before it is given to the patient in shock.
1) ,
005. Before treatment is applied, the patient must be examined thoroughly.
4) ,
8.
001. The pelvis is much stronger than the shoulder girdle for it has to support the full weight of
the body.
3)
002. Stem cells can be frozen for long periods and do not lose their properties.
2)
003. The best form of therapy for many solid tumors is often surgery.
1)
004. Oxygen is essential for most of the chemical activities in the cells can only occur in its
presence.
2)
005. The liver is also part of the circulatory system, for it cleans poisons out of the blood and
regulates blood's composition.
4)
9.
001. In recent years, medicine has progressed due to the development of biological sciences.
2) -
002. Due to bacteria the inhaled air must be filtered.
1) -
003. Some of the brains increase in size is due to the increase in the number and size of nerve
endings between areas of the brain.
2) -
004. In a healthy adult, respiratory activity occurs in due time.
2)
005. In asthma, there is widespread narrowing of airways due to spasm of smooth muscle.
2) -
10.
001. After plants and animals die, the dead material undergoes decay.
1) ,
002. After a physician has made an initial diagnosis it must be confirmed by laboratory
findings.
2) ,
003. After circulation in the glomerulus, the blood comes into the capillaries on the walls of
the tubes.
3)
004. After filtration occurs the blood moves through a small network of venules.
3) ,
005. After several hours of digestion, the food passes to the small intestine.
4)
When stimulated by sunlight, the skin manufactures vitamin D.


As the brains main nutritional substance is glucose, is very sensitive to changes in the blood.


Mucus is a slippery fluid being secreted by mucus membranes inside the body.


Because of its high oxygen content, the colour of arterial blood is brighter than the colour of the
venosus blood.
 -

Over 3.000 monogenic diseases have ______.
 Been identified

At birth milk teeth are already ______ within the gums.
 Forming

Our senses _____ accurate information about position of our body parts.
 Provide

I.
001 The smooth muscle in the walls of digestive organs rhythmically and efficiently the
food hrough the system.
3) moves
002. The walls of the stomach are coated with a lining of mucus that ... the stomach from the
chemicals in gastric juice.
2) protects
003. The walls of the esophagus muscles which contract and push the food along
2) contain
004. The vertebral column made up of bone alone.
3) is not
005. Bones act as mineral stores and are constantly calcium with blood
1) exchanging
006. Modern medical research has us some powerful medicines.
3) given
007. Chemical formulas are in terms and molecules.
4) written
008. The tubules which make up the parenchyma of the kidney be of various shapes.
2) may
009. Food must be down and then absorbed through the walls of the digestive tube.
4) broken
010. The body is continuously to damage by viruses, bacteria, toxins and chemicals, and
foreign proteins of plant origin
3) exposed
II.
011. The journey of food through the esophagus is a short one, lasting only several seconds.
1)
012. Inside the stomach, both mechanical and chemical digestion takes place
2)
013. The liver is also part of the circulatory system, for it cleans poisons out of the blood and
regulates bloods composition
3)
014. Matter is changing all the time because of chaining conditions in the world around us
3) -
015. Often the illness is caused not by the microorganism itself but by a poison that it produces.
3)
016. In intravenous feeding food must be digested artificially before it is given to the patient
4) ,
017. There must be enough protein in the diet to ensure muscle growth
1)
018. To study the functions of the accessory glands is very important for understanding the
complex process of digestive
2)
019. To make protein the body must have a few of the amino-acids present in the diet
4)
020. Wastes to be removed from the body drain into the bladder
2)
021. The primary purpose of the white blood cells is to defend the body against disease.
1)
022. Bacterial decomposition of the organic matter formed in photosynthesis results in the
release of ammonium
4)
023. Anesthetics are agents which, when suitably applied, cause a loss of sensation
4)
024. There have been a variety of microscopes, the most common type being the optical
microscope
3)
025. Having passed through the nose, the air enters the pharynx
2)
026. Taking too much of this medicine may increase the chance of side effects
2)
027. Liquid chlorine has been found to be the most effective water disinfectant
4)
028. These drugs are likely to produce serious side effects in some patients
3)
029. Some enzymes appear to consist solely of protein molecules.
4) -
030. Pharmacologists consider all chemicals that affect living things to be drugs
1) ,

Response


Beat


To produce


To contain


To divide


To provide


To increase


Evident


Main


Nutritive


Obvious


Average


Various


Gradually


Entirely


To include


Cause


Rate


Cavity


Disease


To support


To lead


Amount


Constituent


Volume


To contract


To maintain


To differ
 ()

To protect


Composition


Research


Lack


To spread
 ()

Framework


Acute


Major


Complex


Numerous


To separate


To connect
 ()

To consider


Similar


General


Comparatively


Collar-bone
Trunk
Limb
Skull
Jaw
Rib
Joint
Bend ,
Chest
Elbow
Wrist
Shoulder-blade
Bind
Palm
Thumb
Framework ,
Distinguish
Thigh
Ankle
Toe
Forearm
Chamber
Bladder
Kidney
Ureter
Liver
Pancreas
Spleen
Pharynx
Alimentary canal

Addition
Lie
Skin
Lay
Layer
Average
Male
Female
Cell
Striated -
Contract
Blood
Vessel
Digestive -
Refer
Tissue
Smooth
Viscera
Will
Effect
Environment
Tongue -
Uterus
Larynx
Complex
Attach
Intestines
Disturb
Source
Subject
Reach
Atrium, auricle
Ventricle
Dissolve
Impurity
Close ,
Tiny
Dilate
Occur ,
Trace
Thick
Clot
Remove ,
Inhale
Exhale
Breath
Pass
Windpipe
Dense
Flat
Eliminate ,
Contribute
Pelvis
Weigh
Feature
Line
Lack
Lobe
Node
Trap
Volume
Although
Property
Output
Stroke
Amount
Assist
Exertion
Accompany
Accelerate
Deep
Arise
Depth
State
Sneeze -
Adjust
Alter
Deliver
Soluble
According
Vomitive
Split
Remain
Exist
Prevent
Exception
Observe
Shape
Visible
Swallow
Sufficient
Interfere -
Excise
Orifice
Yield
Oxidation
Repair ,
Equal
Abundant
Determine
Cure
Reveal
Proper
Empty
Respiration
Approximate
Average
Evaporate
Intake
Frequency
Pure
Overheating
Choice
Retain
Glomerulus
Regard
Excess
Activity
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