COM 120 Week 8 Spelling Exercise 607

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1.
- Whether you beleive the new milennium began in 2000 or in 2001, a new century has finaly arrived.
- Whether you believe the new millennium began in 2000 or in 2001, a new century has finally arrived.
- Weather you believe the new millenium began in 2000 or in 2001, a new century has finally arrived.
2.
- Perhaps from this objective vantage point we can begin to consider which of the "trials of the century" of the last hundred years was really the most intriguing trial of the twentieth century.
- Perhaps from this objective vantage point we can begin to concider which of the "trials of the century" of the last hunderd years was really the most intriging trial of the twentieth century.
- Perhaps from this objective vantage point we can begin to consider which of the "trials of the century" of the last hundered years was really the most intriguing trial of the twentyeth century.
3.
- In 1924, two highly inteligent teenagers from Chicago, Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, murdered a fourteen-year-old nieghbor named Bobby Franks because they wanted to commit the perfect crime.
- In 1924, two highly intelligent teenagers from Chicago, Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, murdered a fourteen-year-old neighbor named Bobby Franks because they wanted to commit the perfect crime.
- In 1924, two highly intellagent teennagers from Chicago, Nathan Leopold and Richard Loeb, murdered a fourteen-year-old neighbor named Bobby Franks because they wanted to commit the perfect crime.
4.
- Their "perfect crime" was embarassingly inept; the boys admitted guilt and were saved from hanging only by physchiatric testimony and Clarence Darrow's effective closing arguement against capitol punishment.
- There "perfect crime" was embarrasingly inept; the boys admitted guilt and were saved from the death penalty only by psyciatric testimony and Clarence Darrow's affective closing argument against capitol punishment.
- Their "perfect crime" was embarrassingly inept; the boys admitted guilt and were saved from the death penalty only by psychiatric testimony and Clarence Darrow's effective closing argument against capital punishment.
5.
- Darrow figured in another "trial of the century" immediately afterward, the 1925 Scopes trial that took place in Dayton, Tennessee, where teaching the theory of evolution was illegal.
- Darrow figured in another "trial of the century" imediately afterward, the 1925 Scopes trial that took place in Dayton, Tennessee, where teaching the theory of evolution was ilegal.
- Darrow figured in another "trial of the century" immidiately afterward, the 1925 Scopes trial that took place in Dayton, Tennessee, where teaching the theory of evolution was illegall.
6.
- John Thomas Scopes, a schoolteacher from Dayton, was quickly convicted; however, the important point of the trial, the principal that the law was wrong and that the defendent should have the right to teach a scientificly accepted theory, made news across the country.
- John Thomas Scopes, a schoolteacher from Dayton, was quickly convicted; however, the important point of the trial, the principle that the law was wrong and that the defendant should have the right to teach a scientifically accepted theory, made news across the country.
- John Thomas Scopes, a schoolteacher from Dayton, was quickly convicted; however, the important point of the trial, the principal that the law was wrong and that the defendent should have the right to teach a scientifically accepted theory, made news across the country.
7.
- Most Americans alive today site the O.J. Simpson trial of 1995 as the "trial of the century"; it was certanly one of the most sensational media events in resent memory.
- Most Americans alive today cite the O.J. Simpson trial of 1995 as the "trial of the century"; it was certainly one of the most sensational media events in recent memery.
- Most Americans alive today cite the O.J. Simpson trial of 1995 as the "trial of the century"; it was certainly one of the most sensational media events in recent memory.
8.
- Simpson, a former profesional football player acused of the brutal murder of his ex-wife and another man, was a celebrity who's fame attracted tremendous attention to the trial.
- Simpson, a former proffesional football player accused of the brutal murder of his ex-wife and another man, was a celebrety who's fame attracted tremendous attention to the trial.
- Simpson, a former professional football player accused of the brutal murder of his ex-wife and another man, was a celebrity whose fame attracted tremendous attention to the trial.
9.
- Simpson was eventualy found not guilty by a largely African American jury; differing reactions to the verdict among black and white Americans revealed an enormous raceal divide in the United States.
- Simpson was eventually found not guilty by a largely African American jury; differing reactions to the verdict among black and white Americans revealed an enormous racial divide in the United States.
- Simpson was eventuelly found not guilty by a largely African American jury; differing reactions to the verdict among black and white Americans revealed an enormous raciel divide in the United States.
10.
- History will determine which of these trials had the biggest effect, but people are continuing to debate the larger issues at stake in all of these famous cases.
- History will determine which of these trials had the biggest effect, but people are continuing to debate the larger issues at steak in all of these famous cases.
- History will determine which of these trials had the biggest affect, but people are continueing to debate the larger issues at stake in all of these famous cases.

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