Magoosh题集

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241 Organizers claimed that the rally for public health care drew close to half a million people, but the city officials estimated the amount of people at the rally to be less than 300,000.
242 At approximately 22 weeks, a fetus becomes fully covered by lanugo, or a fine, soft hair that insulates the body until fat deposits accumulate in the wrinkles of the skin, often remaining until birth.
243 The people of the ancient Near East believed that the Earth's dry land first appeared when the Creator separated the "water above" from the "water below", and that there is another ocean in the sky, above the firmament.
244 Those who maintain that technology is negatively rewiring our brains have several common targets: GPS devices eroding our ability to conceptualize space, the many hyperlinks of the Internet driving us to distraction, and with our smartphones our working memory is impaired when doing something as fundamental as recalling a string of digits.
245 In the U.S. Presidential election of 1876, Democrat Samuel Tilden clearly won the popular vote, but after party leaders resolved disputes about electoral votes in four states, they declared Republican Rutherford B. Hayes the winner, Tilden's supporters acquiescing in exchange for the withdrawal of Federal troops from the South.
246 The state of California contains 58 counties, of which some of them have a population less than 10,000.
247 In the middle of the 19th century, mathematician turned computer scientist Ada Lovelace aided Charles Babbage by developing the first computer algorithm, a breakthrough that ushered in the computer age, leading to machines capable of executing functions far more rapidly than could any possible human and resulting in every subsequent development in the field, from the development of the very first personal computer nearly a century later to the programs that today sequence genomes.
248 The times and amplitude of neap tides, the low amplitude tides that occur during first and third quarters of the lunar month, are due to not only the cancellation of the tidal forces of the Sun and the Moon but also a host of factors—amphidromic systems, the shape of coastline, and near-shore bathymetry—any of which can lead to significant fluctuations in the time and amplitude of neap tides only miles apart.
249 Proponents of the school of thought positing that the Americas were peopled more than 15,000 years ago by a group forced to traverse thousands of miles of ice fields have themselves had to overcome obstacles in trying to account for such an improbable journey, yet those who argue that such a trek was indeed impossible and thus the first peopling of the Americas happened much later have had to account for the presence of artifacts in southern Chile that indicate that the New World was inhabited over 15,000 years ago.
250 If medical researchers are correct, then the human microbiome, made up of the microorganisms in our body, may hold the cure to diseases that have long plagued humanity, amounting to a major oversight in Western medicine that has, until recently, all but ignored any such role of the microbiome.
251 One of Hannibal's successful battle techniques was charging wild elephants directly at the Roman armies, trampling infantry and inducing disarray in the ranks, but Scipio's successful counterstrategy was to command that his men should part, creating channels that allowed the elephants simply to pass through, with them killing the elephants behind his ranks.
252 A newly released study on the tectonic plates forming the Pacific basin indicates that by the time they had shifted even a few miles, a vast percentage of the coastline which is currently home to major world cities, because of global warming, will have already become entirely submerged.
253 Gen. Joseph Hooker initially seized the advantage at the Battle of Chancellorsville, but despite having an army twice the size of Gen. Lee's confederates, he lost his nerve and settled into a more defensive posture, with the result that his army would suffer a humiliating defeat.
254 Dante Rossetti and his colleagues, in calling their group the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, sought a return to the classical ideals of painting that held sway before Raffaello, to what governed the work of 15th century artists such as Sandro Botticelli.
255 Daniel Bernoulli (1700 – 1782) derived the famous fluid equation named after him, to explain an airplane's wing's generation of lift, and made a discovery that lead to an early method of measuring blood pressure.
256 The ability of neuroscientists to pinpoint the exact locations in the brain where complex sensory responses to a variety of stimuli occur, such as a logic-based board game or a series of violent images, have become ever more precise.

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