01. Claude Levi-Strauss once [remarked] that the world began without man, and it will complete itself without him.
02. New medicines have helped many AIDS patients make a [remarkable] recovery.
03. My grandmother is [remarkably] strong and healthy for a woman over 90.
04. Her host family [remarked] on the improvement in her English over the three month period.
05. The leader of the right wing party was quoted making racist [remarks] at a recent political rally.
06. Cyclist Greg Lemond's triumph in the Tour de France was [remarkable], given that he had been seriously injured in a shooting accident the year before.
07. Hans got into a fight at the bar with some guy that made a rude [remark] to his girlfriend.
08. The [remark] you made about her haircut really hurt her feelings.
09. Your nasty [remark] about your little sister's new braces made her cry. Now go apologize!
10. There is a Slovak proverb which observes that there is no wise response to a foolish [remark].
11. Flamingos live [remarkably] long lives - up to 80 years.
12. Medical science is making [remarkable] discoveries about the relationship between your state of mind, and your health.
13. Political violence aside, there is a [remarkably] low crime rate in Ireland.
14. In the past fifty years, Finland has made a [remarkable] transformation from a farm/forest economy to a diversified modern industrial economy.
15. The social system of Iceland is characterized by a [remarkably] even distribution of income.
16. French secular music of the fourteenth century is [remarkable] for its rhythmic flexibility.
17. Jules De Goncourt once remarked that a painting in a museum probably hears more foolish [remarks] than anything else in the world.

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