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The bee is mean. Page 6 The bee is on a soda can. The bee likes the taste of soda. The bee is hairy. The bee will sting me if I take a sip. Copyright 2011 – Rachel Miller – No part of this presentation may be duplicated Page 8 2012-2013
1. Scintillate, coruscate diminutive ball of plasma, whence I speculate the validity you possess. Similar to a crystalline form of pure carbon in the dense gaseous atmospheric zone, at the summit of the macrocosm excessively lofty. Scintillate, coruscate diminutive ball of plasma, whence I speculate the validity you possess. Copyright 2011 – Rachel Miller – No part of this presentation may be duplicated Page 10 Twinkle twinkle little star how I wonder what you are. Like diamond sky up above world so high. Twinkle twinkle little star how I wonder what you are. This presentation is restricted for use in the 2012-2013 school year only. Copyright © 2012 - LearnEd. All rights reserved. www.learnednotebooks.com 2012-2013
What does it mean? 2. An objective-driven doublet scaled the relative hypotenuse of a geological embankment in order to acquire an aggregate of elemental ingredients located in the first and eighth positions on the tabular chart organizing the basis of physical matter. The possessor of the Y-chromosome regressed and sustained an osseous tissue infliction of an unrelenting nature and the individual with the ability to provide for gestation disembarked exhibiting the same torque as the predecessor in the aftermath of the event. Copyright 2011 – Rachel Miller – No part of this presentation may be duplicated Jack and Jillwent up the hill to fetch a pail of water (H 2 O on the Periodic Table). Jack fell down broke his crown Jill came tumbling after. Page 10 This presentation is restricted for use in the 2012-2013 school year only. Copyright © 2012 - LearnEd. All rights reserved. www.learnednotebooks.com 2012-2013
3. A vernal lassie ensconced upon the hassock of which she possessed, ruminating the dairy product caused by enzyme action upon proteins associated with lactose. A chelicerata subphylum member materialized in the area adjacent to her and perturbed her to the point of absconding. Copyright 2011 – Rachel Miller – No part of this presentation may be duplicated Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet, eating her curds and whey. Along came a spider, who sat down beside her, frightened Miss Muffet away. This presentation is restricted for use in the 2012-2013 school year only. Copyright © 2012 - LearnEd. All rights reserved. www.learnednotebooks.com Page 10 2012-2013
What does it mean? 4. A possessor of two X-chromosomes who resides in the phylum chordata within the kingdom animalia retained an organism in the rapid growth portion of its life cycle within the ovis genus, who emits a recognizable bellow upon the specific vibrations of it vocal chords. Its integument exhibited keratin from erector pili muscles as achromatic as solidified vapor due to decumbent ranges on the Fahrenheit scale. Without exception, the latter organism would succeed the former regardless of longitude and latitude. Copyright 2011 – Rachel Miller – No part of this presentation may be duplicated Mary hada little lamb. fleece was white snow. Everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go. 2012-2013 This presentation is restricted for use in the 2012-2013 school year only. Copyright © 2012 - LearnEd. All rights reserved. www.learnednotebooks.com Page 10
Photo Credit: Public Domain - Vicol
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