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    Vocabulary Word List: Government vocabulary list:
    ANTHEM, ASPECT, CEREMONIAL, COMMEMORATE, COMPETE, CONSTELLATION, DICTATOR, JUDICIAL, MEDIA, NOMINATE, PHASE, REIGN, REPEAL, TESTIFY, TRADITION

    Government and How America Works Fill-in-the-Blanks -- myVocabulary.com

    1)  This was the flag that inspired the national .
    2)  Every of life is controlled, included what is printed in newspapers and what is shown on TV.
    3)  The song accompagnied a entrance at many events.
    4)  On Memorial Day, the flag is traditionally in the lowered position until noon to U.S. veterans of war.
    5)  You need a huge amount of will and energy to with all the other candidates.
    6)  Five ways that flag makers of the past arranged the stars; and today's flag with its of 50 stars.
    7)  Adolf Hitler was a in Germany from 1933 to 1945.
    8)  The branch makes sure that laws are followed correctly.
    9)  To get the attention of the , committees can call celebrity witnesses to their hearings.
    10)  Winning most of the primaries during the year practically ensures that you\'ll be as the party’s choice to run for president.
    11)  During this , there may be as few as ten members present.
    12)  In a monarchy a king or queen , but the people elect members of parliament and a prime minister runs the country.
    13)  One amendment (the 18th) was added and then later (taken away) by the 21st amendment.
    14)  The woman had to go to court to that the man on trial was the one who robbed the store.
    15)  By , the prime minister consults the queen every week.