其中,SC部分共有 256 题。


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81 Although the rise in incidence of communicable diseases have fueled fears that there is a full blown epidemic in progress, the Surgeon General assured the reporters that his large-scale treatment plan would bring the spread of such diseases under control.
82 Becquerel's discovery of radioactivity, and thereby radiometric dating, not only indicated a much older age of the Earth than Lord Kelvin's thermal calculation of a "young Earth," only 20 million years, but providing the mechanism of extra heat as well which would keep Earth's core so warm even billions of years after Earth's creation.
83 Section 301 of the 1988 Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act enables the United States Trade Representative to single out a country as being an unfair trader, begin trade negotiations with that country, and, if the negotiations do not conclude by the United States government's being satisfied, to impose sanctions.
84 The term "Immaculate Conception", a doctrine that the Roman Catholic Church formally proclaimed in 1854, not referring to the conception of Jesus, which, according to Christianity, occurred miraculously despite his mother Mary being a virgin, but to the conception of Mary in the womb of her mother, Anne, despite the fact that they believe this conception occurred with ordinary procreative means.
85 Guillotined on highly questionable charges at the height of the Reign of Terror, Antoine Lavoisier (1743-1794), now universally recognized as the "Father of Chemistry," who named both oxygen and hydrogen, proved that sulfur was an element, contributed to the formulation of what we now know as the metric system, was raised as a nobleman and educated in the leading scientific theories of his day.
86 The Han Chinese ethnicity, known within China as the "Descendants of the Yan and Huang Emperors", constitute 92% of the People's Republic of China and 20% of the human population, making them the largest single ethnic group in the world.
87 The publication of Joyce's Ulysses was blocked on grounds of obscenity by the courts in the United States, but he published it in Paris, in which there were less restricted novel contents.
88 The embedded narrative structure of the Thousand and One Arabian Nights, in which many of the individual tales are stories within stories, nested as many as four layers deep, make mythologists suspect that they were not all written by the same author.
89 After the 2010 census, Texas, the second most populous state, has 38 electoral votes, 17 votes less than that of California.
90 With a rotational axis tilted nearly parallel to the plane of the Solar System, Uranus exhibits extreme seasons: hemispheres go from continuous sunlight to continuous darkness in its 84-year cycle.
91 Shostakovich's Seventh Symphony, which is known as the "Leningrad" Symphony, was composed at the outset of World War Two, made the composer a hero to the Soviet people who embraced the work as a symbol of heroic resistance to Nazism.
92 Hannibal chose to invade Roman territory by the northern route, crossing the Alps doing it, instead of by sea.
93 The term "cult" has no formal definition in the Study of Religions, but in the popular media, it is a group of people that uses manipulative techniques to brainwash unsuspecting victims.
94 The controversial restructuring plan for the county school district, if approved by the governor, would result in 30% fewer teachers and 15% less classroom contact-time throughout schools in the county.
95 Studies show that teachers unconsciously assume that students who regularly perform poorly on assessments have below-average abilities, and in neglecting to provide the academic challenges that would catalyze their intellectual potential, the students often accept this damaging diagnosis and the life limits it implies.
96 Between 1892 and 1893, Claude Monet produced a series of paintings of the Rouen Cathedral, revised in his studio in 1894, and with the French public receiving it as an emblem of all that was noble about their history and customs.
97 The first eight moons of Saturn were discovered with direct telescopic observation, but long-exposure photographic techniques in the early twentieth century led to the discovery of six more moons, so it nearly doubled the number of moons Saturn has.
98 Geologist Charles Lyell (1797 – 1875) believed the theologians of previous centuries had vastly underestimated the age of the Earth and that evidence will justify a much older Earth compared to what they previously expected.
99 The Kuiper belt, like the asteroid belt, consists of small bodies, remnants of the Solar System's formation, but the asteroids are made of rock just as the Kuiper belt objects are composed of "frozen volatiles," like methane, ammonia, and water.
100 The Senator's warm recommendation of the popular Congressman seemed to many to be an implication that he will not seek re-election to his current office.