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1. He was a ________ enough fellow even if he was not wealthy.


2. I went ________ hunting in October.


3. Her skirt was the color of ________.


4. Flowers are a natural source of fabric ________.


5. The student __ meets every Wednesday.



6. The red cross is a ________ of emergency health care.


7. The teacher stayed after school to ________ the student who had problems.


8. They traveled for ________ with very little money.


9. The television news program reported on all of the ________ issues.


10. The restaurant was especially famous for its ________ menu.


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    Nitrogen

    Nitrogen and its Relation to Plants:
    A substance which plays an important part in animal and plant life is nitrogen. Soil and the fertilizers which enrich it, the plants which grow on it, and the animals which feed on these, all contain nitrogen or nitrogenous compounds. The atmosphere, which we ordinarily think of as a storehouse of oxygen, contains far more nitrogen than oxygen, since four fifths of its whole weight is made up of this element.

    Nitrogen is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. Air is composed chiefly of oxygen and nitrogen; if, therefore, the oxygen in a vessel filled with air can be made to unite with some other substance or can be removed, there will be a residue of nitrogen. This can be done by floating on water a light dish containing phosphorus, then igniting the phosphorus, and placing an inverted jar over the burning substance. The phosphorus in burning unites with the oxygen of the air and hence the gas that remains in the jar is chiefly nitrogen. It has the characteristics mentioned above and, in addition, does not combine readily with other substances.


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