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Biodiversity, Exotic/Invasive species, Keystone species, Captive breeding program, Extinction, Ecological Restoration, Ecological footprint, Extirpation, Species diversity, Ecosystem diversity, Genetic diversity, Sustainability, Ecotourism, Habitat degradation, Threatened species
Once in a blue moon, Black and blue, Green fingers, A white lie, In black and white, Out and about, Clear the air, to vanish into thin air, will not take no for answer, to play ball, to drive a hard bargain
Left Hemisphere, Right Hemisphere, Prefrontal Cortex, Motor Association Cortex, Primary Motor Cortex, Primary Somatosensory Cortex, Sensory Association Area/Cortex, Visual Association Area, Visual Cortex, Wernicke's Area, Broca's Area, Auditory Association Area, Auditory Cortex, Frontal Lobe, Parietal Lobe
exhibition, hang out with ..., That's too bad., I get you ..., in the first place, How's .... doing?, compete in the tournament, prefectural tournament, get strong, She is sure to win., put ... off, ... is hard to please, usual confidence, get along with ..., That's the spirit.
Republic, Why did the Framers of the US Constitution look to the Roman Republic?, What 2 British documents did the founders use as examples to create liberty in America?, Why were the Magna Carta and the British Bill of Rights important to the founders of our country?, John Locke, Baron de Montesquieu, Why is separation of powers important?, The Constitution is divided into three main parts. Name them., The Preamble begins with the words:, What does "We the people" mean?, What is the purpose of the preamble?, What is the purpose of the Articles?, How many Articles are there?, What is the purpose of the first 3 Articles?, Name the three branches of the national government.