1. Egyptian pyramids were regularly robbed despite their intricate passageways, byzantine mazes, and __________.
A. walls which were false
B. they had false walls
C. false walls
D. walls of falsity
2. In the years following the American Revolution and prior to the establishment of a national government, Washington provided the fledgling country with keen economic insight, _________, and astute international judgment.
A. a recognition of stability that was domestic
B. to stabilize the domestic situation
C. which was domestically stable
D. a sense of domestic stability
3. Despite the appearance of being merely pests, ants can serve a garden by eliminating other bothersome insects and ________.
A. they can aerate the soil
B. aerating the soil
C. to aerate the soil
D. that can aerate the soil
4. From Wrangell Island to Anchorage, Alaskan glacial formations rival those ________ and ones located in northern Canada.
A. found in Antarctica
B. which are found in Antarctica
C. finding in Antarctica
D. they find in Antarctica
5. The undergirding of cars is adversely affected ________ and excessive jostling.
A. in extremely salty
B. by extreme salinity
C. which is extremely salty
D. with salt that is extreme
6. The red-headed clytus is a close relative of the banded ash borer and __________ considerable damage to the wood of dead and dying ash.
B. to do
7. The continued use of the soils of the Ozark region is no longer possible because of a number of factors, both natural and __________.
A. those of which are artificial
8. The common puffin is a member of the very well-defined family of auks, including _________, guillemonts, razorbills, and the extinct greak auk.
A. those little auks
B. the auks which are little
C. little auks
D. auks that are little
9. Aluminum, __________, ductile metal, is the most abundant metal in the earth's crust.
A. a silver
B. that is a silversmith
C. a silvery
D. that is silver
10. Comparing __________ with a melody by Rossini or a scherzo by Beethoven, brings into focus the difference between schools of music
A. a Jensonian nocturne
B. a nocturne which belongs to Jensen
C. a nocturne whose Jensen
D. a nocturne by Jensen