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1. She handled the situation brilliantly; you have to hand it ________ her.


2. If you avoid people and distractions to do some work, you lock yourself away.


3. He was let ________ of jail two years early for good behaviour


4. I knew it was a stupid decision, but they wouldn't listen ________ reason


5. Paul let ________ such a scream when he broke his fingers



6. She never lets anybody ________ her secrets


7. If he gets suspicious, don't let ________ that you know where we're going tonight- it's a surprise


8. OK, everybody, listen ________ and make sure you understand what you're expected to do


9. I'll let you ________ a secret; our boss wears a wig


10. He promised that he would be there but let me ________ as usual and forgot to go


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    Early Life

    Galileo Galilei was born on February 15, 1564, in Pisa in the Duchy of Florence, Italy. He was the first of six children born to Vincenzo Galilei, a wellknown musician and music theorist, and Giulia Ammannati. In 1574, the family moved to Florence, where Galileo started his formal education at the Camaldolese monastery in Vallombrosa.

    In 1583, Galileo entered the University of Pisa to study medicine. Armed with high intelligence and talent, he soon became fascinated with many subjects, particularly mathematics and physics. While at Pisa, Galileo was exposed to the Aristotelian view of the world, then the leading scientific authority and the only one sanctioned by the Roman Catholic Church. At first, Galileo supported this view, like any other intellectual of his time, and was on track to be a university professor. However, due to financial difficulties, Galileo left the university in 1585 before earning his degree.


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