11. worked for freshwater conservation for nonprofit purposes.
12. His house was equipped with advanced water-saving facilities.
13. how I could contribute to water conversation.
14. his lifestyle was too extravagant.
17. found that interest in reunions was linked with school experience.
18. U.S. class reunions are usually occasions to show off one''s recent success.
19. Shared undergraduate experience on campus.
20. bring into focus contrasting opinions.
21. Reasons for popularity and (non)attendance for alumni reunions.
22. showed a wide interest.
23. Mr. Cattanzara was surprised at George''s reading plan.
24. remained the same as usual.
25. was dissatisfied with his life and surroundings.
26. no activities can be compared to those in 1909.
27. Variety and magnitude of celebration activities.
28. resulted in similar disparaging remarks on Lincoln.
29. reveals the variety of current opinions on heroes.
30. Lincoln''s greatness remains despite the passage of time.
34.The Arctic Ocean.
Tortured by the pains gathering in her heart, she felt something was burning between her eyebrows. Her chest was brimmed with depression which was likely to run out of her throat at any moment. She could not think clearly any longer when the headmaster told her that the child suffered from developmental retardation. She strode up and down in the room where her child stayed with other pals. There was only one window in the room, out of which some shady trees were whispering. “Just leave it here”, she told herself, “This is the best choice by far, for there are kind priests and nuns in this place which may also be renovated into a Medicare center”. The child was her secret which would be kept in the buildings behind the woods.