READING FOR INFORMATION

  1. To mention in support or proof.
    cite
  2. Lacking in fine quality.
    coarse
  3. Tamed
    domesticated
  4. Consisting of two parts.
    dual
  5. A company organized for business purposes.
    enterprise
  6. Story-like; not based on fact.
    fabled
  7. The coat of wool that covers a sheep.
    fleece
  8. A small valley worn away by running water.
    gully
  9. Means of earning a living.
    livelihood
  10. The meat of older sheep as distinguished from lamb.
    mutton
  11. An animal that feeds on others.
    predator
  12. Unusually high in value.
    premium
  13. To put to use.
    utilize
  14. Sheep are perhaps the oldest of _______ animals
    domesticated
  15. raising sheep is one of the oldest of livestock _____.
    enterprises
  16. Francisco Coronado came looking for the _______ Seven Cities of Cibola
    Fabled
  17. Churro sheep had long, _______, and lightweight wool.
    coarse
  18. Since the wool was so coarse, it was unsuitable for making _______
    fine clothing.
  19. churro found a favored place again because it provided such delicious _______  for eating
    mutton
  20. The Basques are _____.
    sheepherders
  21. Sheep raisers will ______ advantages of raising sheep over other types of livestock
    cite
  22. sheep can graze on range plants not eaten by other animals and _________ acres of wasteland not suitable for cattle grazing.
    utilize
  23. Their __________ include dogs, coyotes, foxes, bobcats, and eagles. Even wire fences, ditches, and ________ can be dangerous for sheep.
    predators, gullies
  24. The specialty lamb producer raises Easter lambs. The people involved in this type of sheep production receive a ________ price for their product.
    premium
  25. The _______ dependency of sheep upon owner and owner upon sheep for ________ can be understood
    dual, livelihood
  26. What is the difference between comparing two things and contrasting two things?
    Comparing to things is finding similarities. Contrasting is finding the difference between two things.
  27. Returning home.
    homing
  28. The hide or skin of an animal.
    pelt
  29. Perfumed powder.
    talcum powder
  30. To step heavily.
    trample
  31. Details are important because they add _____.
    length and interest
  32. contain important information that should be remembered
    main ideas
  33. contain additional information and add interest
    details
  34. helps you find main ideas and important supporting details.
    outlining
  35. to evaluate
    analyze
  36. a place where customers select food and carry it on trays
    cafeteria
  37. husked, roasted, and ground cacao seeds
    chocolate
  38. a formal assembly or meeting
    congress
  39. done according to custom; usual practice or habit
    customary
  40. forgive
    pardon
  41. member of a the legislative body known as the senate
    senator
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READING FOR INFORMATION
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READING FOR INFORMATION
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