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1. Have there been any phonecalls for me?


2. Have you ________ what happened yesterday?


3. Have you finished?


4. He confided ___ me.


5. He congratulated them ________ their engagement.



6. He can't keep up with the rest of us; he's off the ________


7. He can't be so keen ________ that he's never on time


8. Has she gone?


9. He admitted ________ part of the conspiracy.


10. He asked me ________ up


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    Methods of illumination

    Artificial Lighting:
    We seldom consider what life would be without our wonderful methods of illumination which turn night into day, and prolong the hours of work and pleasure. Yet it was not until the nineteenth century that the marvelous change was made from the short-lived candle to the more enduring oil lamp. Before the coming of the lamp, even in large cities like Paris, the only artificial light to guide the belated traveler at night was the candle required to be kept burning in an occasional window.

    With the invention of the kerosene lamp came more efficient lighting of home and street, and with the advent of gas and electricity came a light so effective that the hours of business, manufacture, and pleasure could be extended far beyond the setting of the sun.

    The production of light by candle, oil, and gas will be considered in the following paragraphs, while illumination by electricity will be reserved for a later Chapter.


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