01. Cactus plants are uniquely adapted to the [extreme] temperatures of the desert.
02. Those calling for the immediate resignation of the President are simply [extremists] who do not truly believe in the process of democracy.
03. [Extreme] caution must be used in moving this material because it is very fragile.
04. In my opinion, the policies of the [extreme] right are basically anti-democratic.
05. Computers are [extremely] useful for both teachers and students.
06. It can be [extremely] difficult to get a job in this city sometimes because there is so much competition.
07. Very few animals can survive the [extreme] cold of the Arctic.
08. The steel supports in the World Trade Center melted due to the [extreme] heat produced when the airplanes' fuel ignited.
09. The attack was carried out by [extremists], who will do anything to achieve their goals.
10. The test was [extremely] difficult so very few people passed.
11. A scientist once remarked that for a male and female to live continuously together is, biologically speaking, an [extremely] unnatural condition.
12. Spider silk is an [extremely] strong material, and has been proven to be stronger than steel.
13. If placed under [extreme] stress, such as when held in captivity, some octopuses will eat their own arms, which grow back.
14. Winters in Northern Manitoba can be [extremely] cold, with temperatures as low as minus 60 degrees.
15. A Zen proverb tells us that only when you can be [extremely] flexible and soft can you be [extremely] hard and strong.

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