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01. The city of Denver is [notable] for its spectacular natural setting.
02. The most [notable] building in this city is the old church in the plaza, with its beautiful mosaics and stained glass windows.
03. The election was a great success for the ruling party, with one [notable] exception. The Prime Minister himself lost his seat.
04. There has been a [notable] increase in profits since we began advertising on the Internet.
05. Canada has produced some very popular singers in the last few years, most [notably] Céline Dion and Alanis Morissette.
06. The Magna Carta has been called one of the most important and [notable] political documents in history.
07. [Notable] days in the Jewish religious year include Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashana.
08. The red wine known as Beaujolais is [notable] for its fresh, fruity taste.
09. Ancient Peru was the site of several important civilizations, most [notably] that of the Incas.
10. Mr. Jackson has been working one on one with a number of students, [notably] those with reading difficulties.
11. The reign of the Egyptian queen Hatshepsut was [notable] for its diplomatic mission.
12. John Steinbeck has made a [notable] contribution to American literature.
13. Michel de Montaigne once remarked that there is nothing more [notable] in Socrates than that he found time when he was an old man to learn music and dancing, and thought it time well spent.
14. Bertie Forbes once noted that history has demonstrated that the most [notable] winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed. They won because they refused to become discouraged by their defeats.
15. Some provinces in Canada, most [notably] Ontario and Alberta, have tended to elect fairly right-wing governments over the last few years.

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