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1. The film is ________ two and three hours long


2. The email that I sent didn't reach everybody.


3. The doctor said that I'd ________ cut down on sugar to reduce my weight.


4. The door was ________ open.


5. The film started well but ________ on far too long



6. The dictionary which I found on the train has been very useful to me


7. The dustbins ________ emptied on Mondays


8. The game kicks ________ at 3pm, so we'd better get there around 2.45.


9. The frame really helped show the picture ________


10. The flight from Algeria ________ in exactly on time


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    If a line were drawn through all points on the surface of the earth having an equal barometric pressure at the same time, such a line would be called an isobar. For example, if the height of barometers in different localities is observed at exactly the same time, and if all the cities and towns which have the same pressure are connected by a line, the curved lines will be called isobars. By the aid of these lines the barometric conditions over a large area can be studied. The Weather Bureau at Washington relies greatly on these isobars for statements concerning local and distant weather forecasts, any shift in isobaric lines showing change in atmospheric pressure.

    If a line is drawn through all points on the surface of the earth having the same temperature at the same instant, such a line is called an isotherm.

    FIG. - Isotherms.


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