their ⪢⪢
A lot of residents are currently living in hotels but don't have enough money to pay for the repairs to their houses.
◎◎◎ business ⪢⪢
And when you ask someone what their _____ is, you are asking them what kind of work they do.
◎◎◎ diabetes ⪢⪢
Diabetes is a medical condition where a person has too much sugar in their blood. #grammar
◎◎◎ archeology ⪢⪢
_____ is the study of ancient people through their artifacts.
◎◎◎ complementary ⪢⪢
If two angles are _____ , then the sum of their measures is 90 degrees. → measure #math
◎◎◎ coronavirus ⪢⪢
Coronaviruses are a large group of viruses. They consist of a core of genetic material surrounded by an envelope with protein spikes. This gives it the appearance of a crown. 'Crown' in Latin is called 'corona' and that's how these viruses get their name.
○○○ Ebola ⪢⪢
Ebola is caused by six species of virus with four known to cause sickness in humans and each is named after the locations of their outbreaks. The first known species was Zaire Ebola virus discovered in 1976 near Zaire's Ebola river.
○○○ influencer ⪢⪢
A social media influencer is a person who gets paid to promote certain products or services to their follower base on media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and so on.
○○○ get ⪢⪢
Social media is not real. You're only seeing the curated part of someone's life. Your life is different from theirs because you _____ to experience the stuff that never _____s posted. → curate #quote
○○○ hideout ⪢⪢
'Those men must be thieves,' Ali Baba thought and this was their hideout.
○○○ grant ⪢⪢
For their honesty and for helping to arrest the thieves, they were granted a generous reward and lived happily ever after.
○○○ underfloor ⪢⪢
As hard as this might be to believe, the Romans had underfloor heating in their homes 2000 years ago.
○○○ hoof ⪢⪢
Their hooves are specially adapted for this terrain.
○○○ eyelid ⪢⪢
Their fierce stare may seem threatening but don't take it personally: snakes can't blink because they don't have eyelids.
○○○ ransomware ⪢⪢
The cyber attack was described by experts as ____. Companies, government agencies and hospitals around the world lost control of their computer's data. Affected computers received a message demanding payment of $300 to regain control of the data. → ransom
○○○ sheer ⪢⪢
They often demonstrate their skill navigating _____ rock surfaces
○○○ would ⪢⪢
The new use of "they" would replace "he" and the word "their" would replace "his". For example, "They changed their name to Caitlyn Jenner." #conditional ▲→▲
○○○ mythology ⪢⪢
Most myths have supernatural beings or events. Greek _____ is the most popular and influential but many cultures around the world had their own tales and stories.
○○○ dictum ⪢⪢
Their _____ of "all is number" suggested that numbers were the building blocks of the universe. #bookmark
○○○ flex ⪢⪢
The kid who bought their own Toyota is more successful than the kid flexing in their dad's Rangerover.
○○○ Tuesday ⪢⪢
Tuesday is Mars day. But the Anglo-saxons had their own sky god of war named Tiw or Tyr in Norse Mythology known as the one-handed war god (due to his hand having been bitten off by a wolf). #front #Greece
○○○ laugh ⪢⪢
The sound of their _____ filled the room.
○○○ prodigious ⪢⪢
The Alpine ibexes have shown a _____ adaptation to their environmental conditions. → prodigy
○○○ convenience ⪢⪢
The Internet allows consumers to shop at their own convenience
○○○ piebald ⪢⪢
Despite its name, bald eagles are not bald. Their name comes from the word 'piebald' which means 'covered in patches of light and dark colors'. #pillow
○○○ Myanmar ⪢⪢
ᐥforce tens of thousands of people from their homesᐥ
○○○ 0850± Dnieper ⪢⪢
They go up the rivers with their light boats that they can then carry to the sources of the Dnieper and reach the Black Sea. #bookmark
○○○ procession ⪢⪢
In Japan, the funeral procession of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe travels through Tokyo as people offer their final respects to the nation's longest serving leader. 2022-07-12
○○○ describe ⪢⪢
They _____d their tree as colorful with gold ribbon and a star.
○○○ nectar ⪢⪢
Bees use nectar to make their honey.
○○○ microscopic ⪢⪢
You will often see snakes flicking their tongue in and out. Again this snake is not being rude. It is actually tasting the air - collecting microscopic particles which it can analyze using a special organ in the roof of its mouth.
Their claws are actually more similar to a dog's than to those of other cats helping cheetahs maintain traction and gain speed while running.
○○○ keystone species ⪢⪢
Beavers are keystone species wielding an oversized influence on their surroundings. They build dams which filter water, flood rivers and create crucial wetlands. → wield
○○○ legislation ⪢⪢
As progress continued on the ISS, China stated their desire to join the ISS as a new member. However _____ introduced by US Congress in 2011 eliminated the possibility of China joining the ISS.
○○○ HTML ⪢⪢
HTML is a markup language that web sites use to contain their content. #it
○○○ reptile ⪢⪢
Snakes are reptiles which means that they breathe air, have scaly skin, and are cold-blooded. Cold-blooded animals cannot maintain their own body temperature.
○○○ shover ⪢⪢
It's bears vs dogs. Watch these 4 pups come dangerously close to a big brown bear and her 2 cubs invading their back yard in California. Chaos ensues. The bear swipes its paw at one of the pups.
○○○ Demeter ⪢⪢
Every year, before the ancient Greeks sowed their seeds of grain, they celebrated _____ , the goddess of agriculture. #Greece
○○○ commonplace ⪢⪢
Battles with their native American neighbors and groups of French settlers were commonplace.
○○○ take measures ⪢⪢
Tired of the constant danger that the cat presented, one of the mice decided to summon a general counsel so that all the mice could debate what measures they could take to outwit their common enemy the cat.
○○○ agility ⪢⪢
All cats share the clouded leopard's razor sharp canines, heightened senses and their extreme agility. → agile
○○○ remnant ⪢⪢
Here, in the remnants of their ancestral home, only a few hundreds are left.
○○○ sled ⪢⪢
The sledding crew looked to be having fun. After their ride they snacked on sugar cane. That's the elephant equivalent of going out for ice cream.
○○○ nostril ⪢⪢
Although snakes do have ordinary nostrils with which to smell, more sensitive investigations require their tongue.
○○○ call ⪢⪢
A dead cat can call ghosts out of their graves. #bookmark
○○○ mouth ⪢⪢
Their mouths opened. #bookmark
○○○ lodge ⪢⪢
Beavers are easily recognized by their broad flat tails and are well known for the dams and lodges they construct.
○○○ marvel ⪢⪢
They battled their way onto civilion planes which took off with hundreds of passengers jammed inside. One air traffic controller marveled as a pilot ferry 800 people to Dubai in a plane designed for 150. 2021-08-17
○○○ 2021.08.18 bewilder ⪢⪢
In this remarkable photo, you can see the entire plane jammed with fleeing Afghans. Take a closer look: A baby drinking milk and bewildered children fleeing their homeland with only what they could carry.
○○○ creep ⪢⪢
Glaciers crept out of their mountain ranges and down to lower elevations.
○○○ boast ⪢⪢
In the U.S.A., prominent families may boast that their family came over on the Mayflower in 1620.
○○○ William the Conqueror ⪢⪢
In England, ladies and gentlemen are happy to announce that their ancestors came to Britain with William the Conqueror in 1066.
○○○ cryogenic ⪢⪢
_____ engines are the most prestigious rocket engine technology. Due to their design and operational complexity, only a few countries have actually been able to develop this intriguing engine. #bookmark
○○○ engrave ⪢⪢
The couple engraved their names onto the old pine tree.
○○○ stark ⪢⪢
There's a stark contrast between their test scores. #bookmark
○○○ bury ⪢⪢
They buried their grandfather under his favorite tree after he died.
○○○ coordinate ⪢⪢
Each skating team had to coordinate their movements for the show.
○○○ accumulate ⪢⪢
The toxin accumulated in their bodies.
○○○ basement ⪢⪢
They turned their basement into a game room.
○○○ uproar ⪢⪢
The fans made a great uproar when their team lost the game.
○○○ Bastille ⪢⪢
The wands of smoke are rising from the walls of the Bastille and through the streets of Paris runs a sense of the unreal. The Kings have all departed. Their servants are no where. We burned out their mansions in the name of Robespierre. #song #lyrics
○○○ courtesy of ⪢⪢
They have multiple layers of protection courtesy of their thick blubber which protect all their major veins and arteries making them extremely difficult to dispatch.
○○○ courtesy of ⪢⪢
The elephant seal can lash out immense amounts of damage courtesy of its enormous neck muscles that propel their jaws like a sledge hammer.
○○○ amass ⪢⪢
And immediately prior to this declaration, the Russian army had amassed around 200,000 soldiers along with their tanks, artillery, equipment and field hospitals across their border and many others inside of Belarus along their border with Ukraine.
○○○ 1962.10.25 ⪢⪢
On October 25th, the blockade was challenged for the first time. Soviet ships approached the quarantine zone but American ships held their ground. The Soviet vessels were forced to turn back and the blockade continued.
○○○ 2022.03.02 ⪢⪢
While ordinary people stand ready to fight off their invaders on their home territory, the international community is offering support, weapons and sanctions against Russia hoping to get President Putin to back down.
○○○ 1962.10.28 The crisis finally ended on October 28th, 1962 ⪢⪢
when President Kennedy and Soviet Premier Nikita Krushchev reached a secret agreement. The Soviets would remove their missile bases in Cuba and in exchange the U.S. would remove missile bases in Turkey which were close to the Soviet Union's borders.
○○○ warhead ⪢⪢
It is capable of destroying any existing main battle tanks in the world as the Javelin's heat war head is capable of defeating modern tanks by hitting them from above where their armor is the thinnest. #bookmark
○○○ nor ⪢⪢
Their head was too big or their legs were too short nor they were too dumb. #grammar
○○○ 1200 ⪢⪢
In Western Europe, the Catholic religion is more and more on the offensive. The Pope launches the Baltic crusades intended to convert the pagan peoples around the Baltic sea. Germans arrive in Riga and begin their conquest.
○○○ restrict ⪢⪢
In China, people in Shanghai ask officials to ease strong anti-COVID-19 measures as the city reports 23,000 cases daily while millions are restricted to their homes. 2022-04-15 → measure #China
○○○ lender ⪢⪢
Lenders usually want to make their money into more money and borrowers usually want to buy something they can't afford like a house or a car or they want to invest in some thing like starting a business. #economy
○○○ complacent ⪢⪢
Those who are inventive and hard-working raise their productivity and their living standards faster than those who are complacent and lazy. #economy
○○○ elaborate ⪢⪢
When stars with masses a bit bigger than our own sun reach the end of their life and begin to collapse to form light hot dwarf stars, they will throw off their outer layers of matter. This matter will spread and form an elaborate cloud of gas which ...
○○○ commit ⪢⪢
Because UAPs pose potential flight safety and general security risk we are committed to a focused effort to determine their origins.
○○○ sake ⪢⪢
The parents worked hard for their children's sake.
○○○ depend ⪢⪢
Children depend on their parents for many things.
○○○ desperate ⪢⪢
Their military drills threats to Taiwan and aiming a Laser beam at a US ally aircraft have not gone unnoticed, not to mention their seemingly desperate focus on hypersonic weapons which, according to the US military, are impossible to defend against.
○○○ transcend ⪢⪢
While countless generations of artists have left their mark over the millennia, only some artworks have succeeded in transcending time and culture to be revered around the globe. → revere #art
○○○ Aquarius ⪢⪢
To curb the sadness of Ganymede's parents, Zeus created the constallation of _____ so they would remember their son when looking at it. #front
○○○ rebirth ⪢⪢
A symbol of birth and rebirth, this bird is derived from Egyptian and Greek mythology though many cultures have their own version.
○○○ for ⪢⪢
Their only desire is _____ a new home. #bookmark
○○○ Potoo ⪢⪢
The Potoo bird is, without doubt, one of the strangest and most unique birds in the animal kingdom, that is, if you can spot them, their feathers in general physique for that matter are incredibly well suited to camouflage themselves in the wild.
○○○ distinctive ⪢⪢
Their _____ facial features were some of the most human-like ever seen.
○○○ enhance ⪢⪢
Highly mobile joints in their shoulders and wrists _____ their fluid movement.
○○○ #TOEIC 273 ⪢⪢
Sure. I'll put them in their mailboxes.
○○○ devastating ⪢⪢
They received the _____ news that their son was in a coma.
○○○ #TOEIC 013 ⪢⪢
They're riding their bicycles.
○○○ reputation ⪢⪢
The Greeks also earned a strong _____ for their military. #bookmark → repute
○○○ Iliad ⪢⪢
Their heroism was often turned into legend thanks to literary works like "The _____". #Greece
 01 Introduction to Vectors and Their Operations
 10 Inverse Matrices and Their Properties
 03 Algebraic Equations and Their Solutions
Algebraic Equations and Their Solutions
 Cross Product
Given two nonzero vectors in two or three dimensions, their cross product is a vector with magnitude equal to the product of the magnitudes of the vectors times the sine of the angle between the vectors and direction perpendicular to the vectors.
◌◌◌ peridot
Unlike emeralds which could look as dark as black in lowlight, _____ hold on to their green and gold vibrancy even in candlelight giving them the nickname emeralds of the evening.
 14 Understanding Exponents and Their Operations
Understanding Exponents and Their Operations
 38 Graphing Rational Functions and Their Asymptotes
 14 Understanding Exponents and Their Operations
 seal & sea lion
Their rear flippers can be rotated forward and their front flippers are really strong so they can stand up and walk on all four flippers on land.
 sea lion
On land they can walk on all four flippers. While silly seals have to slide along on their bellies instead.
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