Test # 26
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Idiom of the Day
prick up one's ears
to listen more closely (like an animal moving its ears to hear better)
I pricked up my ears and listened to what the speaker was saying.
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Benefits of Watermelons
Roasted watermelon seeds provide a source of magnesium. Magnesium supports your metabolism so that your cells can produce the energy they need for day-to-day functioning. It also helps your body store energy by helping you make lipids, aids in cell migration and plays a role in cell communication. Each ounce of roasted watermelon seeds provides you with 146 milligrams of magnesium -- 35 percent of the RDA for men and 46 percent for women, according to the Linus Pauling Institute.