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Adjacent counties are Marin (to the south), Mendocino (to the north), Lake (northeast), Napa (to the east), and Solano and Contra Costa (to the southeast).
[ "countries next to it are Marin, Mendocino, Lake, Napa, Solano, and Contra Costa.", "Nearby counties are Marin, Mendocino, Lake, Napa, and Solano and Contra Costa.", "Adjacent counties are Marin, Mendocino, Lake, Napa, Solano and Contra Costa.", "Neighboring counties are Marin, Mendocino, Lake, Napa, Solano, and Contra Costa.", "Adjacent counties are Marin (south), Mendocino (north), Lake (northeast), and Napa (east). Solano and Contra Costa are to the southeast.", "Counties next to it are Marin (to the south), Mendocino (to the north), Lake (northeast), Napa (to the east), and Solano and Contra Costa (to the southeast).", "Marin, Mendocino, Lake, Napa, Solano, and Contra Costa counties are next to it.", "Adjacent counties are Marin, Mendocino, Lake, Napa, Solano, and Contra Costa.", "Counties next door are Marin (south), Mendocino (north), Lake (northeast), Napa (east), and Solano and Contra Costa (southeast).", "Nearby counties are Marin (to the south), Mendocino (to the north), Lake (to the north-east), Napa (to the east), and Solano and Contra Costa (to the south-east)." ]
A Georgian inscription around the drum attests his name.
[ "A writing around the drum confirms his name.", "A Georgian writing on the drum is his name.", "An inscription around the drum has his name.", "His name is on the drum. It's a Georgian inscription.", "A Georgian inscription around the drum confirms his name.", "A Georgian writing around the drum says his name.", "There is Georgian writing around the drum that declares his name.", "An inscription around the drum is evidence of his name.", "Georgian writing around the drum verifies his name.", "Its name is referred by a Georgian inscription around the drum." ]
They would later return to the revived series in the 2008 Christmas Special "The Next Doctor", introducing two new variants of the race; the Cyber-Shades and the Cyber-King.
[ "They would return to the new series in the 2008 Special \"The Next Doctor\". There were two new variants; Cyber-Shades and the Cyber-King.", "They returned to the series in the 2008 Christmas Special \"The Next Doctor\". And started two new races; the Cyber-Shades and the Cyber-King.", "They later returned to the revived series in the Christmas Special, introducing new variants of the race. The Cyber-Shades and Cyber-King.", "They brought back the series in a Christmas special \"The Next Doctor.\" It aired in 2008. The Cyber-Shades and Cyber-King made their first appearances.", "They would return to the series in the 2008 Christmas Special \"The Next Doctor.\" The special introduced two new variants of the race; the Cyber-Shades and the Cyber-King.", "They would later return to the revived series in the 2008 Christmas Special \"The Next Doctor.\" They brought two new types of the race: the Cyber-Shades and the Cyber-King.", "They later showed up in the 2008 Christmas Special. Two new forms of the race were introduced.", "They returned to the series in the 2008 Christmas Special \"The Next Doctor\". Here they introduced two new variants of the race. These variants were the Cyber-Shades and the Cyber-King.", "The returned in the 2008 Christmas Special, \"The Next Doctor\" with (2) new forms of the race, the Cyber-Shades and the Cyber-King.", "Later, they would return to the revived series of the 2008 Christmas Special \"The Next Doctor,\" introducing two new variants of the race: the Cyber-Shades and the Cyber-King." ]
Jameson's autobiography, How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale was published August 17, 2004.
[ "Jameson's autobiography was published on August 17, 2004", "Book about Jameson's life \"How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale\" was published in 2004.", "Jameson's \"How to Make Love Like a Porn Star\" was released in August 2004.", "Jameson wrote an autobiography. How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale was released in August 17, 2004.", "Jameson's autobiography was published August 17, 2004. It was titled How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale.", "Jameson's autobiography was How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale. It came out August 17, 2004.", "Jameson's autobiography was published August 17, 2004.", "Jameson's autobiography was published August 17, 2004. It was titled \"How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale\".", "Jameson's life story, \"How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Cautionary Tale\" was printed 8/17/2004.", "Jameson's autobiography, How to Make Love Like a Porn Star: A Sobering Tale, was released on August 17, 2004." ]
It is particularly famous for the cultivation of kiwifruit.
[ "It is famous for the cultivation of kiwi fruit.", "It is famous for the kiwifruit.", "It's well known for growing kiwi.", "It is used to grow kiwifruit.", "It is very famous for the growing of kiwifruit.", "It is famous for growing kiwifruit.", "It is really famous for the harvest of kiwifruit.", "It is famous for the growing kiwifruit.", "It is especially famous for the cultivation of kiwi fruit.", "It is mostly famous for the planting of kiwifruit." ]
Singles competition (2002 – 2003) After years in the tag team division, Hardy took on The Undertaker in a ladder match for the Undisputed Championship.
[ "After years in the tag team division, Hardy took on The Undertaker in a ladder match for the Undisputed Championship.", "After years in the tag team, Hardy took on The Undertaker in a Championship match.", "Hardy was previously in a tag team and fought The Undertaker in a ladder match for the championship belt.", "Hardy took on The Undertaker. It was a ladder match for the Undisputed Championship.", "Singles competition (2002 – 2003) After years in the tag team division, Hardy fought The Undertaker in a ladder match for the Undisputed Championship.", "After fighting in the tag team division, Hardy took on The Undertaker in a ladder match.", "After many years in the tag team division, Hardy took on The Undertaker in a ladder match for the Undisputed Championship.", "Hardy was in the tag team division. Then, he challenged The Undertaker in a ladder match for the Undisputed Championship.", "Singles contest (2002 – 2003) After years in the tag team division, Hardy took over The Undertaker in a ladder match for the Undisputed Championship.", "After years in the tag team division, Hardy fought The Undertaker in a ladder match for the Undisputed Championship." ]
Many of the churches work together for town-wide projects under the banner of "Churches Together in Stevenage".
[ "Many of the churches assist each other on town-wide projects under the banner of \"Churches Together in Stevenage\".", "Many of the churches work together on projects under \"Churches Together in Stevenage\".", "Churches Together in Stevenage are the town's churches working as a group.", "Many of the churches work together on town projects. \"Churches Together in Stevenage\" is what they're called.", "Many churches work together for town-wide projects. It is under the banner of \"Churches Together in Stevenage\".", "Many of the churches work together on town-wide projects.", "Under the program \"Churches Together in Stevenage\", many churches work on town projects together.", "The churches complete town projects together. They use the banner \"Churches Together in Stevenage\".", "Several other churches work together for city-wide projects under the banner of \"Churches Together in Stevenage.\"", "Many churches work together for town-wide projects under the banner of \"Churches Together in Stevenage\"." ]
Word processing templates enable the ability to bypass the initial setup and configuration time necessary to create standardized documents such as a resume.
[ "Word processing templates allow people to bypass the initial setup and configuration time necessary to create standardized documents such as a resume.", "Word processing templates allow for skipping the setup and configuration to create documents such as a resume.", "Templates save time by not having to format documents yourself.", "Word processing templates allow users to skip the initial setup and configuration. This saves time when creating standard documents, such as a resume.", "Word processing templates let people skip setup and configuration time to make standard documents like resumes.", "Word processing templates let users skip the setup for standard documents like resumes.", "Templates for word processing allow for easy setup to make standard documents such as a resume.", "Word processing templates allows the initial setup and configuration time that helps to create standardized documents to be skipped.", "Word processing templates enable the ability to remove the initial setup and configuration time needed to create standard documents such as a resume.", "Word processing templates helps to bypass the initial setup time necessary to create standardized documents such as a resume." ]
Rollins retired in 1962 and opted to become a coach.
[ "Rollins retired in 1962 and become a coach.", "Rollins retired in 1962 and became a coach.", "Rollins retired in 1962. He became a coach.", "Rollins retired in 1962. He then chose to become a coach.", "Rollins retired in 1962 and became a coach.", "Rollins retired to become a coach.", "Rollins retired in 1962. At this time Rollins decided to become a coach.", "Retiring in 1962, Rollins became a coach.", "Rollins became a coach after retiring in 1962.", "Rollins retired in 1962 and decided to become a coach." ]
History Landsberg prison, which is in the town's western outskirts, was completed in 1910.
[ "Landsberg prison is in the west of the town. It was completed in 1910.", "In the west of town, Landsberg prison was completed in 1910.", "Landsberg prison was completed in 1910. It sits on the town's western outskirts.", "History: Landsberg prison was completed in 1910. It is located in the town's western outskirts.", "History Landsberg prison is in the town's western edge. It was done in 1910.", "Landsberg prison was finished in 1910.", "Landsberg prison was finished in 1910. This prison is on the town's western outskirts", "Landsberg prison, on the town's west edge, was finished in 1910.", "The historical Landsberg prison was completed in 1910. The prison is in the town's western outskirts.", "History Landsberg prison, located in the western outskirts of the city, was completed in 1910." ]
A hunting dog refers to any dog who assists humans in hunting.
[ "A hunting dog is a dog who helps humans in hunting.", "A hunting dog is any dog who assists in hunting.", "A hunting dog assists humans while hunting.", "A hunting dog is any dog who helps humans to hunt.", "A hunting dog is a dog who helps people hunt.", "A hunting dog is any dog that helps humans with hunting.", "Any dog who helps humans hunt is considered a hunting dog.", "A hunting dog is any dog who helps people hunt.", "A hunting dog assists humans with hunting.", "A hunting dog refers to any dog that helps humans to hunt." ]
The Empire of Nicaea succeeded in capturing Constantinople and the rest of the Latin Empire, thus re-establishing the Byzantine Empire.
[ "The Empire of Nicaea captured Constantinople and Latin Empire. By doing so it re-establishing the Byzantine Empire.", "The Empire of Nicaea captured Constantinople and the Latin Empire, thus re-establishing Byzantine Empire.", "The Empire of Nicaea captured Constantinople and the rest of the Latin Empire. The Byzantine Empire was reborn.", "The Empire of Nicaea did capture Constantinople and the rest of the Latin Empire. Thus, it re-established the Byzantine Empire.", "The Empire of Nicaea caught Constantinople and the rest of the Latin Empire, thus remaking the Byzantine Empire.", "The Empire of Nicaea captured the Latin Empire and re-established the Byzantine Empire.", "The Empire of Nicaea captured Constantinople and the rest of the Latin Empire. These captures re-established the Byzantine Empire.", "The Empire of Nicaea took over Constantinople and the rest of the Latin Empire, thus re-starting the Byzantine Empire.", "The constantinople and the entire Latin Empire was captured by the Nicaea Empire. This brought back the Byzantine Empire.", "The Empire of Nicaea found success in capturing Constantinople and the rest of the Latin Empire, thus restoring the Byzantine Empire." ]
This led scientists to re-examine the old photos again, and the satellite was finally found in the images.
[ "This led scientists to re-examine the old photos, and the satellite was found in the pictures.", "This made scientists check the old photos again, and the satellite was finally found.", "Scientists re-examined the photos again and the satellite was found.", "This led scientists to examine the old photos again. The satellite was finally found in the images.", "This led scientists to look at the old photos again. The satellite was finally found in the images.", "This led scientists to look at old photos again until they found the satellite in the images.", "This led scientists to re-examine the old photos. The satellite was finally found in the images.", "This caused the scientists to look at the old photos again and the satellite was found in the pictures.", "This led scientists to re-examine the old photos, and the satellite was finally found in the images.", "The scientist finally found the satellite after rechecking old photos." ]
Marcel Junod (1904 - 1961), a physician from Geneva, was another famous delegate during the Second World War.
[ "Marcel Junod was a physician from Geneva. He was a famous delegate during the Second World War.", "Marcel Junod is a physician from Geneva. He was a famous politician during the Second World War.", "Geneva Physician Marcel Junod, was a famous delegate in WWII.", "Marcel Junod (1904 - 1961) was a physician from Geneva. He was another famous delegate during the Second World War.", "Marcel Junod lived 1904 - 1961. He was a doctor from Geneva. He was another famous delegate during World War II.", "Marcel Junod was a famous delegate during World War II.", "Marcel Junod is a physician from Geneva. He was also a famous delegate during the Second World War.", "Marcel Junod, a doctor, was a famous representative during WWII.", "Marcel Junod (1904-1961), a doctor from Geneva, was also a famous delegate during the Second World War.", "Marcel Junod was a doctor from Geneva and a famous delegate during the Second World War." ]
Whisenhunt's career as a player included 4 years (1985 - 88) as a tight end with the Atlanta Falcons, who drafted him in the twelfth round, and then spells with the Washington Redskins and New York Jets.
[ "Whisenhunt's career as a player included 4 years (1985 - 88) as a tight end with the Atlanta Falcons. Then there were short term stints with the Washington Redskins and New York Jets.", "Whisenhunt was a player for the Atlanta Falcons for 4 years, who drafted him in the twelfth round, and he also played for the Washington Redskins and New York Jets.", "Whisenhunt's career as a player included 4 years as a tight end with the Falcons and time with the Redskins and Jets.", "Whisenhunt's career included 4 years (1985 - 88) as a tight end with the Atlanta Falcons, who drafted him in the twelfth round. He also played spells with the Washington Redskins and New York Jets.", "Whisenhunt's career as a player included 4 years (1985 - 88) as a tight end with the Atlanta Falcons. They drafted him in the twelfth round. Then he was with the Washington Redskins and New York Jets.", "Whisenhunt played as a tight end for the Atlanta Falcons for four years. He also played with the Washington Redskins and New York Jets.", "Whisenhunt's career as a player was from 1985-88. He played as a tight end with the Atlanta Falcons, the Washington Redskins, and New York Jets.", "Whisenhunt's career as a player ('85-'89) was as a tight end with the Atlanta Falcons (drafted in 12th round), and with the Washington Redskins and New York Jets.", "Whisenhunt's career as a player would include four years (1985-88) as a close-up with the Atlanta Falcons, who drew him in the twelfth round, and then the Washington Redskins and New York Jets.", "Whisenhunt played as a tight end with the Atlanta Falcons for 4 years. He also played with the Washington Redskins and New York Jets." ]
In return, Romania ceded three southern districts of Bessarabia to Russia and acquired Dobruja.
[ "Romania ceded three southern districts of Bessarabia to Russia and acquired Dobruja.", "In exchange, Romania gave up three districts of Bessarabia to Russia and brought Dobruja.", "Romania let go of the districts of Bessarabia to Russia and obtained Dobruja.", "In return, Romania gave up three southern districts of Bessarabia to Russia. It then acquired Dobruja.", "In return, Romania gave three southern districts of Bessarabia to Russia. It got Dobruja.", "In return, Romania gave up three southern districts of Bessarabia to Russia. They got Dobruja in return.", "Romania gave up three southern districts of Bessarabia to Russia. Romania acquired Dobruja.", "In return, Romania gave up (3) south districts of Bessarabia to Russia and was given Dobruja.", "In return, Romania signed away to Russia three southern districts of Bessarabia and acquired Dobruja.", "In return, Romania surrendered three southern districts of Bessarabia to Russia and acquired Dobruja." ]
In March 2001, the World Wrestling Federation purchased World Championship Wrestling.
[ "In March 2001, the World Wrestling Federation bought World Championship Wrestling.", "The World Wrestling Federation purchased World Championship Wrestling in 2001.", "The World Wrestling Federation bought World Championship Wrestling in 2001.", "In March 2001, the World Wrestling Federation bought World Championship Wrestling.", "World Wrestling Federation bought World Championship Wrestling in March 2001.", "In 2001, the World Wrestling Federation bought World Championship Wrestling.", "The World Wrestling Federation purchased World Championship Wrestling in March 2001.", "The World Wrestling Federation purchased the World Championship Wrestling in March 2001.", "WWF wrestling bought WCW wrestling in March, 2001.", "Wrestling World Championship was purchased by the World Wrestling Federation in March 2001." ]
The West Coast blues is a type of blues music characterized by jazz and jump blues influences, strong piano-dominated sounds and jazzy guitar solos, which originated from Texas blues players relocated to California in the 1940s.
[ "The West Coast blues is characterized by jazz and jump blues influences, strong piano-dominated sounds and jazzy guitar solos. It originated from Texas blues players who relocated to California in the 1940s.", "The West Coast blues has jazz and jump blues influences. It also has piano-dominated sounds and jazzy guitar solos, which originated from Texas blues players who moved to California in the 1940s.", "West Coast blues is a type of music. It has jazz and jump blues influences, strong piano-dominated sounds, and jazzy guitar solos. It originated from Texas blues players who relocated to California in the 1940s.", "The West Coast blues is a type of blues music with jazz and jump blues influences, strong piano-dominated sounds and jazzy guitar solos. It originated from Texas blues players who moved to California in the 1940s.", "The West Coast blues is a type of blues music with jazz and jump blues influences. It has strong piano-dominated sounds and jazzy guitar solos. These came from Texas blues players who moved to California in the 1940s.", "The West Coast blues is a style of music that has jazz and jump blues influences, piano-dominated sounds, and jazzy guitar solos.", "The West Coast blues is a type of blues music with jazz and jump blues influences, strong piano-dominated sounds and jazzy guitar solos.", "The West Coast blues is a type of blues music characterized by jazz and jump blues influences, strong piano-dominated sounds and jazzy guitar solos. It originated from Texas blues players who relocated to California in the 1940s.", "West Coast blues started when Texas blues players moved to California in the 1940's, and is known by the strong piano dominate sound with jazzy guitar solos.", "The West Coast blues is a form of blues music characterized by jazz and jump blues influences, strong piano-dominated sounds, and jazz guitar solos arising from Texas blues players who moved to California in the 1940s." ]
Subsequent visits reported seeing the flag flying from places of honor.
[ "Following visits reported seeing the flag flying from places of honor.", "Next visits mentioned the flag flying from places of honor.", "Later visits reported seeing the flag flying from places of honor.", "Later visits saw the flag flying from places of honor.", "Later visits reported the flag flying from places of honor.", "Later visitors reporting seeing the flag flying in places of honor.", "Later visits reported seeing the flag flying from places of honor.", "On visits that followed, the flag was seen flying from places of honor.", "Later visits said the flag flew in places of honor.", "Future visits reported that the flag was flying from places of honor." ]
Agriculture Locals grow seasonal crops such as Maize (makai) and Wheat (kanak).
[ "Locals grow seasonal crops such as Maize and Wheat.", "Locals grow Maize and Wheat.", "Locals grow seasonal crops like corn (makai) and wheat (kanak).", "Agriculture: Locals grow seasonal crops. Examples include Maize (makai) and Wheat (kanak).", "Locals grow seasonal crops. These include Maize (makai) and Wheat (kanak).", "Locals grow crops like Maize and Wheat.", "Locals grow seasonal crops such as Maize (makai) and Wheat (kanak).", "The locals grow seasonal crops such as Maize (makai) and Wheat (kanak).", "Locals grow crops each season like Maize (makai) & Wheat (kanak).", "Agriculture Locals cultivate seasonal crops along with Maize (makai) and Wheat (kanak)." ]
In 2004, Roy was selected as the greatest goaltender in NHL history by a panel of 41 writers, coupled with a simultaneous fan poll.
[ "Roy was selected as the greatest goaltender in NHL history in 2004.", "in 2004, 41 writers and a fan poll chose Roy as the best goaltender in NHL history.", "In 2004, Roy was named as the greatest goaltender in NHL history. A panel of 41 writers, coupled with a simultaneous fan poll made that choice.", "In 2004, 41 writers and lots of fans voted Roy \"Greatest Goaltender\" in NHL history.", "Roy was selected as the greatest goaltender in NHL history by a panel of 41 writers in 2004. A fan poll was done at the same time.", "In 2004, Roy was chosen as the greatest goaltender in NHL history. He was selected by a panel of 41 writers and a fan poll that occurred at the same time.", "In 2004, Roy was chosen as the best goaltender in NHL history by a panel of 41 writers. There was also a fan poll at the same time.", "In 2004, Roy was voted the best goaltender in NHL history.", "In 2004, Roy was picked as the best NHL goalie of all time by a group of 41 writers as well as by a fan poll.", "In 2004, a panel of 41 writers, coupled with a periodic fan poll, selected Roy as the greatest goaltender in NHL history." ]
Frances was later absorbed by an extratropical cyclone on November 21.
[ "Frances was later drawn in by an extratropical cyclone on November 21.", "Frances was absorbed by another cyclone on November 21", "Frances was later taken over by a cyclone on November 21.", "On November 21, a cyclone absorbed Frances.", "An extratropical cyclone absorbed Francis on November 21st.", "An extratropical cyclone absorbed Frances on November 21.", "Frances was later taken in by an extratropical cyclone on November 21.", "Frances later became part of an extratropical cyclon on November 21.", "Frances was eaten up by an extratropical cyclone on Nov. 21.", "Later, on 21 November, Frances was consumed by an extratropical cyclone." ]
Tracking northwestward, the depression moved ashore near Fort Walton Beach early on September 22, and shortly thereafter it dissipated over southeastern Alabama.
[ "Traveling northwestward, the depression moved ashore near Fort Walton Beach early on September 22. Shortly after it dissipated over southeastern Alabama.", "the depression went northeast to Fort Walton Beach early on September 22. Soon after it scattered over southeast Alabama.", "The storm moved ashore near Fort Walton Beach early on September 22. After that it disappeared over southeastern Alabama.", "On September 22, the storm moved west near Fort Walton Beach and shortly weakened over eastern Alabama.", "The depression moved ashore near Fort Walton Beach early on September 22. It dissipated over southeastern Alabama.", "Going northwest, the depression reached land near Fort Walton Beach early on September 22. It quickly dissipated over southeastern Alabama.", "Moving northwest, the depression moved over land near Fort Walton Beach early on September 22. Shortly after it went away over southeastern Alabama.", "Moving northwest, the depression went onto land before breaking up over southeastern Alabama.", "Moving northwest, the system came over Fort Walton Beach on Sept. 22, and then it broke apart over south Alabama.", "Tracking northwest, the depression swept ashore near Fort Walton Beach early on September 22, and subsided over southeast Alabama shortly afterwards." ]
Anthony McGill is the principal clarinetist for the Metropolitan Opera.
[ "Anthony McGill is the lead clarinetist for the Metropolitan Opera.", "Anthony McGill is the main clarinetist for the Metropolitan Opera", "Anthony McGill is the main clarinetist for the Metropolitan Opera.", "Anthony McGill plays clarinet at the Metropolitan Opera.", "Anthony McGill is a clarinet player for the Metropolitan Opera.", "Anthony McGill is the main clarinet player for the Metropolitan Opera.", "Anthony McGill is the main clarinet player for the Metropolitan Opera.", "Anthony McGill is the main clarinet player for the Metropolitan Opera.", "Anthony McGill is the main clarinet player for the Metropolitan Opera.", "Anthony McGill is Metropolitan Opera's lead clarinet player." ]
The author (s) and publisher (s) of the Document do not by this License give permission to use their names for publicity for or to assert or imply endorsement of any Modified Version.
[ "The author and publisher of the Licence don't allow the use of their names for publicity and for endorsement of any Modified Version.", "By this license, the holders of the Document are not permitting use of their names for publicity or to assert/imply endorsement of any Modified Version.", "The author or publisher of the document don't give permission to use their names. This includes for publicity or endorsement of a modified version.", "With this license, the author (s) and publisher (s) of the Document do not permit the use their names for publicity for, or to assert or imply endorsement of, any Modified Version.", "Those who created the document do not allow their names to be used for publicity or endorsement.", "The author and publisher of the Document do not give permission to use their names for publicity for or to assert or imply endorsement of any Modified Version.", "The authors and publishers of the document do not give permission for their names to be on the changed version.", "The License doesn't grant permission to use the author or publishers names for publicity or endorsement for this or any other modified version.", "The author and publisher of the Document do not give permission to use their names for publicity for or to assert or imply support of any Modified Version.", "This License do not give permission to use writer's and publisher's name for publicity. Also, this licence do not support use of writers and publisher's name for advertisement of altered version." ]
The British Rail Class 91 is a class of 140 mph (225 km / h), 4.54MW / 6,300 hp electric locomotives ordered as a component of the East Coast Main Line modernisation and electrification programme of the late 1980s.
[ "The British Rail 91 is a class of 140 mph, 4.54MW / 6,300 hp electric train ordered as for the East Coast Main Line in late 1980s.", "The British Rail Class 91 is a class of 140 mph, 6,300 hp electric locomotives of the East Coast Main Line modernization and electrification program in the 1980's.", "he British Rail Class 91 is a class of 140 mph (225 km /h), 4.54 MW / 6,300 hp electric locomotives. They were ordered as part of the East Coast Main Line modernization and electrification program in the 1980s.", "The British Rail Class 91 is a class of 140 mph (225 km / h), 4.54MW / 6,300 hp electric locomotives. They were ordered as part of the East Coast Main Line modernisation and electrification programme of the late 1980s.", "British Rail Class 91 is a locomtive that can travel up to 140 miles per hour, with 6,300 horsepower. It was bought as part of the East Coast Main Line imporvement programs on the late 1980's.", "he British Rail Class 91 is a class of 140 mph, 6,300 hp electric locomotives ordered as a component of the East Coast Main Line modernisation and electrification programme of the late 1980s.", "The British Rail Class 91 is a class of electric train that was first introduced in the late 1980s.", "The East Coast Main Line program started in the 1980's to modernize and electrify their railways uses the British Rail Class 91 a 6,300 hp locomotive.", "The British Rail Class 91 is a class of 140 mph, 6,300 hp, electric locomotives. They were ordered as a part of the East Coast Main Line modernization and electrification program of the late 1980s.", "The British Rail Class 91 is a class of 140 mph, 6,300 hp railway engines . These engines are ordered as a part of the East Coast Main Line modernisation and electrification programme of the late 1980s." ]
The premiere received a 2.79 rating, making it the highest rated show on cable in its time slot.
[ "The premiere received a 2.79 rating. Which made it the highest rated show on cable in its time slot.", "The premiere got a 2.79 rating. The highest rated show in that cable time slot.", "The premiere received a 2.79 rating. It was the highest rated television show on cable for its time slot.", "The premiere received a 2.79 rating. This made it the highest rated show on cable in its time slot.", "The premiere got rated 2.79. This made it the highest rated cable show in the time slot.", "The premiere got a 2.79 rating, making it the highest rated show on cable.", "The first episode was the highest rated show on cable in its time slot.", "The show's premiere was the highest rated in it's time slot with a 2.79 rating.", "The premiere received a 2.79 rating. This make it the highest rated show on cable in its time slot.", "The premiere got a 2.79 rating. It is highest rated show on cable in its time slot." ]
There are claims that thousands of people were impaled at a single time.
[ "Some say that thousands of people were killed.", "Some claim thousands of people were impaled at once.", "Some people claim that thousands of people were impaled at once.", "Some claim that thousands of people were impaled at once.", "Some state that thousands of people were impaled at once.", "It is said that thousands of people were impaled at a single time.", "Some claim that thousands of people were impaled at once.", "Claims are made that thousands of people were impaled at a time.", "There are claims that thousands of people were impaled at once.", "It is believed that thousands of people were tortured at a single time." ]
The name "hornet" is used for this and related species primarily because of their habit of making aerial nests (similar to the true hornets) rather than subterranean nests.
[ "The \"hornet\" name is used mainly for this and related species because they make nests in the air like hornets instead of underground.", "The name \"hornet\" is used for this species because they make aerial nests.", "\"Hornet\" is used for this and related species because of their habits making aerial nests, instead of subterranean.", "The name \"hornet\" is used for this and related species. This is mainly because they make aerial nests (similar to the true hornets) rather than subterranean nests.", "The name \"hornet\" is used for this and related species. It is mostly because of their habit of making aerial nests (similar to the true hornets) instead of nests under earth.", "This species and similar ones are called \"hornets\" because they make nests in the air instead of underground nests.", "The name \"hornet\" is used for this and related species because they have a habit of making aerial nests rather than underground nests.", "They are called \"hornet\" because they make aerial nests (similar to the true hornets) rather than making subterranean nests.", "The name hornet is used for species that make aerial nests rather than subterranean nests.", "The name \"hornet\" is used for this and related species primarily because of their habit of producing aerial nests (similar to true hornets) rather than subterranean nests." ]
In 1589, salt began to be made in Sunderland.
[ "Sunderland salt was made in 1589.", "In 1589, salt was made in Sunderland.", "Salt making in Sunderland, started in 1589.", "In 1589, Sunderland started making salt.", "They started to make salt in Sunderland In 1589.", "In 1589, people in Sunderland began making salt.", "Salt started being made in Sunderland during 1589.", "Salt production started in Sunderland in 1589.", "Salt started being made in Sunderland in 1589.", "Salt began to be produced in Sunderland in 1589." ]
Some trails are designated as nature trails, and are used by people learning about the natural world.
[ "Some trails are nature trails, used be people learning about nature.", "Some trails are nature trails. They are used by people learning about the natural world.", "Some trails are nature trails and used by people learning about the natural world.", "Some trails are designated as nature trails. They are used by people learning about the natural world.", "Some trails are for nature trails. They are used by people learning about the natural world.", "Some trails are nature trails and are used by people learning about the natural world.", "Some trails are noted as nature trails. These trails are used by people to learn about the natural world.", "Some trails are called nature trails and are used by people learning about the natural world.", "Some of the trails are nature trails to help people learn about the natural world.", "Most trails are designated as nature trails and used by people who learn about the natural world." ]
In August 2007, Hager was reassigned to Florida Championship Wrestling, where he began a feud with TJ Wilson.
[ "in 2007, Hager went back to Florida Championship Wrestling, and had a fight with TJ Wilson.", "In August 2007, Hager was moved to Florida Championship Wrestling, where he started a fight with TJ Wilson.", "In 2007, Hager went to Florida Championship Wrestling and began feuding with TJ Wilson.", "In August 2007, Hager was reassigned to Florida Championship Wrestling. There, he began a feud with TJ Wilson.", "In August 2007, Hager moved to Florida Championship Wrestling. He began a feud with TJ Wilson.", "Hager was moved to Florida Championship Wrestling and began a feud with TJ Wilson.", "In August 2007, Hager was reassigned to Florida Championship Wrestling. This is where he began a feud with TJ Wilson.", "Hager came back to Florida Championship Wrestling in August 2007 and began a feud with TJ Wilson.", "Hager began a feud with TJ Wilson after being reassigned to Florida in August 2007.", "In August 2007, Hager was rehired to the Florida Wrestling Championship, where he started a fight with TJ Wilson." ]
These rock formations are characteristically composed of sandstone with layers of quartz.
[ "These rock formations are composed of sandstone with layers of quartz.", "These rocks are made of sandstone and quartz.", "These rocks are made of sandstone and quartz.", "These rock formations are made of sandstone with layers of quartz.", "These rock formations always feature sandstone with layers of quartz.", "These rock formations are made of sandstone with layers of quartz.", "Rock formations are composed of sandstone with layers of quartz.", "These rock formations are normally made up of sandstone and quartz.", "The rock formations are composed of sandstone with layers of quartz.", "These rock formations are typically made of sandstone with layers of quartz." ]
Notably absent from the city are fortifications and military structures.
[ "Notably gone from the city are fortifications and military structures.", "The city has no walls or military buildings.", "Absent from the city are forts and military buildings.", "Fortifications and military structures aren't in the city.", "The city does not have any defensive structures or military structures.", "There are no fortifications and military structures in the city.", "Fortifications and military structures are notably absent from the city.", "The city does not have fortifications or military structures.", "Fortifications and military structures are absent from the city.", "Notably absent from the city are military structures and defenses." ]
San Francisco Bay is located in the U. S. state of California, surrounded by a contiguous region known as the San Francisco Bay Area, dominated by the large cities San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose.
[ "San Francisco Bay is located in the U. S. state of California. It is surrounded by a contiguous region known as the San Francisco Bay Area, dominated by the large cities San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose.", "San Francisco Bay is in California. It is surrounded by the San Francisco Bay Area, with big cities San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose.", "San Francisco Bay is in California and surrounded by the Bay Area of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose.", "San Francisco Bay is located in the U. S. state of California. The surrounding area is called the San Francisco Bay Area. The large cities there are San Francisco, Oakland, and San Jose.", "San Francisco Bay is located in the U. S. state of California. It is surrounded by the San Francisco Bay Area, which is dominated by the large cities San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose.", "San Francisco Bay is in the U. S. state of California. It is surrounded by the San Francisco Bay Area, a contiguous region dominated by the large cities San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose.", "San Francisco Bay is located in California, U.S.A. It is surrounded by a contiguous region known as the San Francisco Bay Area, which is dominated by San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose.", "San Francisco Bay is in California. It is surrounded by the San Francisco Bay Area.", "San Francisco Bay is located in the U. S. state of California. It is surrounded by a contiguous region known as the San Francisco Bay Area. It is dominated by the large cities of San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose.", "San Francisco Bay is in California, USA, and it is surrounded by a neighboring region known as the San Francisco Bay Area, dominated by the large cities San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose." ]
Adrastea was discovered by David C. Jewitt and G. Edward Danielson in Voyager 2 probe photographs taken on July 8, 1979, and received the designation.
[ "Adrastea was found by David C. Jewitt and G. Edward Danielson in Voyager 2 probe photographs taken on July 8, 1979", "Adrastea was found and named by David C. Jewitt and G. Edward Danielson in Voyager 2 photographs taken on July 8, 1979.", "Adrastea was discovered by the Voyager 2 photographs taken on July 8, 1979 and got the designation.", "Adrastea was discovered by David C. Jewitt and G. Edward Danielson. The Voyager 2 probe took photographs on July 8, 1979. They received the designation.", "Adrastea was discovered by David C. Jewitt and G. Edward Danielson. It was visible in Voyager 2 probe photographs taken on July 8, 1979. It then received the designation.", "Adrastea was discovered by David C. Jewitt and G. Edward Danielson. They received the designation from the Voyager 2 probe photographs taken on July 8, 1979.", "Adrastea was discovered by David C. Jewitt and G. Edward Danielson in Voyager 2, photographs and designation were taken on July 8, 1979.", "Adrastea was discovered by David C. Jewitt and G. Edward Danielson in 1979", "Adrastea was discovered by David C. Jewitt and G. Edward Danielson in the Voyager 2 probe photographs that were taken on July 8, 1979. It received the designation.", "Adrastea was founded by David C. Jewitt and G. Edward Danielson in Voyager 2 probe photographs taken on July 8, 1979, and received the designation." ]
Picasa Web Albums was first leaked on June 6, 2006.
[ "Picasa Web Albums was first seen on June 6, 2006.", "Picasa was first leaked on June 6, 2006.", "Picasa Web Albums were leaked in 2006.", "Picasa Web Albums was leaked on June 6, 2006.", "Picasa Web Albums was first shared on June 6, 2006.", "Picasa Web Albums was leaked on June 6, 2006.", "Picasa Web Albums was revealed on June 6, 2006.", "Picasa Web Albums was leaked originally. This leak took place on June 6, 2006.", "Picasa Web Albums was first leaked on June 6, 2006.", "Picasa Web Albums was first released on June 6, 2006." ]
It is probably a primitive body composed of carbonates.
[ "It is probably a simple body made of carbonates.", "It's likely a body made of carbon.", "It is very likely a undeveloped body made of carbonates.", "It is probably a primitive body made up of carbonates.", "It is probably a primitive body made of carbonates.", "It could be a primitive body composed of carbonates.", "It is probably an unsophisticated body made up of carbons.", "It is a primitive body made of carbonates.", "It is probably an old body made up of carbonates.", "It is probably a primitive body made up of carbonates." ]
Either way, Artemis was born first and then assisted with the birth of Apollo.
[ "Artemis was born first and then helped with the birth of Apollo.", "Artemis was born then assisted Apollo's birth.", "Artemis was born first. He helped deliver Apollo.", "Either way, Artemis was born first. He then helped with the birth of Apollo.", "Either way, Artemis was born first and then helped with Apollo's birth.", "Artemis was born first and he helped with the birth of Apollo.", "Artemis was born first and helped with the birth of Apollo.", "Artemis was born and then helped with the birth of Apollo.", "Artemis was born first and then assisted with the birth of Apollo.", "Yet which way, Artemis was born first, then she helped with the birth of Apollo." ]
The park has become a traditional location for mass demonstrations.
[ "The park is now often used for demonstrations.", "The park's become a spot for demonstrations.", "The park is a traditional location for large demonstrations.", "The park is a classic spot for mass demonstrations.", "The park has become a usual location for big demonstrations.", "The park is a traditional location for mass demonstrations.", "The park has become a traditional location for large protests.", "The park is now a typical location for large demonstrations.", "The park has become a traditional location for mass demonstrations.", "The park is now a traditional venue for mass demonstrations." ]
Breaking Dawn is the fourth and final novel in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer.
[ "Breaking Dawn is the fourth and final book in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer.", "Breaking Dawn is the final novel in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer.", "Breaking Dawn is the last novel in the Twilight series.", "Breaking Dawn is the fourth novel in the Twilight series. It is the final book. Stephenie Meyer wrote it.", "Breaking Dawn is the fourth and last book in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer.", "Breaking Dawn is the fourth and last novel in the Twilight series. It is by Stephenie Meyer.", "Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer, is the final novel in the Twilight series.", "Breaking Dawn is the 4th and last book in the \"Twilight\" series by Stephenie Meyer.", "There are 4 novels in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer. The final novel in this series is Breaking Dawn.", "Breaking Dawn is the fourth and last novel in the Twilight series by Stephenie Meyer." ]
The main town is Abingdon, other places include Faringdon and Wantage.
[ "The main town is Abingdon. Other towns include Faringdon and Wantage.", "The main town is Abingdon. Other places are Faringdon and Wantage.", "Faringdon and Wantage are nearby main town Abingdon.", "Abingdon is the main town. Other places include Faringdon and Wantage.", "The main town is Abingdon. Other places include Faringdon and Wantage.", "The main town is Abingdon. Other places include Faringdon and Wantage.", "The main town is Abingdon, other towns are Faringdon and Wantage.", "The main town is Abingdon, others are Faringdon and Wantage.", "The main town is Abingdon. Other places include Faringdon and Wantage.", "Abingdon is the main town. Other places include Faringdon and Wantage." ]
The municipality has about 5700 inhabitants.
[ "The municipality has about 5700 people.", "The city area has around 5700 people.", "About 5700 people live in the city.", "about 5700 people live in the municipality.", "About 5700 people live in the municipality.", "The area has about 5700.", "The town has about 5700 residents.", "The city has about 5700 people.", "The municipality has about 5700 local residents.", "The municipality has about 5700 residents." ]
42 – 59 External links 2001 Census, accessed Nov. 29, 2006 geo.
[ "2001 Census, accessed Nov. 29, 2006 geo.", "42 – 59 External links 2001 Census, accessed Nov. 29, 2006 geo.", "The 2001 Census links were accessed on November 29, 2006.", "The links on 42-59 show the 2001 Census.", "42 – 59. External links: 2001 Census, accessed Nov. 29, 2006 geo.", "42 – 59 External links 2001 Census was accessed Nov. 29, 2006 geo.", "42–59 External links 2001 Census, accessed Nov. 29, 2006.", "(42 – 59 outside links) - 2001 Census, gained 11/29/2006", "42 – 59 External links 2001 Census, accessed Nov. 29, 2006 geo.", "42 – 59 External links 2001 Census, accessed Nov. 29, 2006 geo" ]
It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard, et al.
[ "It was found by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard.", "It was found by astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard, et al.", "Led by Scott Sheppard, a team of astronomers discovered it.", "A team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii discovered it.", "It was discovered by a team of University of Hawaii astronomers led by Scott S. Sheppard and others.", "It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii. Scott S. Sheppard, et al. led it.", "Scott S. Sheppard led the team of astronomers that discovered it.", "It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard.", "It was discovered by a team of astronomers at the University of Hawaii headed by Scott S. Sheppard, et al.", "A team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard found it." ]
Nocturnes is an orchestral composition in three movements by the French composer Claude Debussy.
[ "Nocturnes is an orchestral composition in three parts by the French composer Claude Debussy.", "Nocturnes is a composition by the French composer Claude Debussy.", "Nocturnes is a composition by French composer Claude Debussy.", "Nocturnes is an orchestral composition in three movements. French composer Claude Debussy wrote it.", "Nocturnes is an orchestral composition in three movements. It was written by French composer Claude Debussy.", "Nocturnes is an orchestral composition in three movements. It was made by the French composer Claude Debussy.", "Nocturnes is a piece of music composed by Claude Debussy.", "Nocturnes is an orchestral composition in three movements by the French composer Claude Debussy.", "Nocturnes is the three-movement orchestral composition if French composer Claude Debussy.", "Nocturnes is an orchestral creation in three movements by the French composer Claude Debussy." ]
The Alexandrian Life of Aeschylus indicates that the playwright took the first prize at the City Dionysia thirteen times.
[ "The Alexandrian Life of Aeschylus shows that the playwright took the first prize at the City Dionysia thirteen times.", "The Alexandrian Life of Aeschylus shows that the playwright took the first prize at the City Dionysia thirteen times.", "The Alexandrian Life of Aeschylus states, the playwright took home first prize thirteen times.", "The playwright took the first prize at the City Dionysia thirteen times.", "The Alexandrian Life of Aeschylus reveals that the play writer won first prize at the City Dionysia thirteen times.", "The Alexandrian Life of Aeschylus indicates the playwright won first prize at the City Dionysia thirteen times.", "According to The Alexandrian Life of Aeschylus, Aeschylus was a playwright that won first place thirteen times at the City Dionysia competition.", "The Alexandrian Life of Aeschylus was a playwright that took the first prize at the City Dionysia thirteen times.", "The Alexandrian life of Aeschylus indicates that the playwright won the fir st prize in the City of Dionysia thirteen times.", "The Alexandrian \"Life of Aeschylus\" shows that the playwright took the first prize at the City Dionysia thirteen times." ]
Calvinism gained some popularity in Scandinavia, especially Sweden, but was rejected in favor of Lutheranism after the synod of Uppsala in 1593.
[ "Calvinism gained some popularity in Scandinavia, but was rejected in favor of Lutheranism after the synod of Uppsala in 1593.", "Reformed Christianity became popular in Scandinavia, especially in Sweden. But it was rejected in favor of Lutheranism after the synod of Uppsala in 1593.", "Calvinism was popular in Scandinavia and Sweden but was rejected for Lutheranism.", "Calvinism gained some popularity in Scandinavia. It was rejected for Lutheranism after the synod of Uppsala in 1593.", "Calvinism became somewhat popular in Scandinavia, especially Sweden. However, Lutheranism was preferred after the synod of Uppsala in 1593.", "Calvinism gained some popularity in Scandinavia, especially Sweden. However, it was rejected in favor of Lutheranism after the synod of Uppsala in 1593.", "Calvinism was popular in Scandinavia but was eventually rejected after the synod of Uppsala in 1593.", "Calvinism gained some popularity in Scandinavia especially in Sweden. It was later rejected in favor of Lutheranism after the Uppsala Synod in 1593.", "Calvinism gained popularity in Scandinavia, particularly Sweden, but rejected in favor of Lutheranism after the synod of Uppsala in 1593.", "Calvinism popular in Scandinavia, especially Sweden, but was rejected because of Lutheranism after the synod of Uppsala in 1593." ]
He was holidaying in Germany the following summer when World War I broke out.
[ "He was on vacation in Germany the following summer when World War I broke out.", "He was on vacation in Germany when World War I began.", "The next summer, he was holidaying in Germany when World War I started.", "He was on vacation in Germany the following summer. World War I broke out.", "He was on his vacation in Germany the following summer when World War I occurred.", "He was on vacation in Germany when World War I started.", "He was vacationing in Germany the next summer when World War I started.", "The next summer he was on holiday in Germany when World War I broke out.", "He was having a summer vacation in Germany when the World War I broke out.", "World War I started when he was on Holiday in Germany the following summer." ]
In order to accomplish their objective, surveyors use elements of geometry, engineering, trigonometry, mathematics, physics, and law.
[ "In order complete the objective surveyors use elements of geometry, engineering, trigonometry, mathematics, physics, and law.", "Surveyors use geometry, engineering, trigonometry, mathematics, physics, and law for their work.", "To complete their work, surveyors use a bit of geometry, engineering, trigonometry, mathematics, physics, and law.", "To accomplish their objective, surveyors use geometry, engineering, trigonometry, mathematics, physics, and law.", "Surveyors use elements of geometry, engineering, trigonometry, mathematics, physics, and law to fulfill their objectives.", "To meet their goals, surveyors use elements of many fields.", "Surveyors use elements of geometry, engineering, trigonometry, statistics, physics, and law to achieve their goal.", "Surveyors use elements of geometry, engineering, trigonometry, mathematics, physics, and law In order to accomplish their objectives.", "Surveyors use elements of geometry, engineering, trigonometry, mathematics, physics, and law in their profession.", "Surveyors use elements of geometry, engineering, trigonometry, mathematics, physics, and law to accomplish their goal." ]
Given their low metabolic rate and the low density of prey at such depths, Vampire Squid must use innovative predator avoidance tactics in order to conserve energy.
[ "Vampire Squid must use innovative predator avoidance tactics in order to conserve energy due to lack of prey.", "Because of low metabolic rate and little food at such depth, Vampire Squid smartly avoids predators to conserve energy.", "Due to their low metabolic rate and scarcity of food at such depths, Vampire Squid must avoid predators creatively to conserve energy.", "With a low metabolic rate and the low density of prey at such depths, Vampire Squid must use innovative predator avoidance tactics to save energy.", "Vampire Squid must use innovative predator avoidance tactics in order to conserve energy because they have a low metabolic rate and a low density of prey depth.", "Because they do not create much energy, Vampire Squid must be creative to avoid predators and save energy.", "Because of their low metabolic rate and low prey density at such depths, Vampire Squid must use creative predator avoidance strategies to conserve energy.", "Vampire Squid must use innovative predator avoidance tactics to conserve energy. This is because of their low metabolic rate and the low density of prey at such depths.", "Vampire Squid must use innovative predator avoidance tactics in order to conserve energy because of their low metabolic rate and the low density of prey at such depths.", "Vampire Squid have low metabolic rate and the low density of prey at such depths. They must use innovative predator avoidance tactics in order to save energy." ]
In the 1950s Camus devoted his efforts to human rights.
[ "Camus devoted his efforts to human rights.", "In the 1950s Camus worked for human rights.", "In the 1950s, Camus focused his efforts on human rights.", "In the 1950s Camus worked on human rights.", "Camus devoted his efforts to human rights in the 1950s.", "In the 1950s, Camus focused on human rights.", "Camus dedicated his human rights efforts in the 1950's.", "Camus devoted his efforts to human rights during the 1950s.", "Camus fought for human rights in the 1950s.", "Camus devoted his efforts to human rights in the 1950s." ]
Iron Maiden, released on April 14, 1980, is the debut album by heavy metal band Iron Maiden.
[ "Iron Maiden, released on April 14, 1980, is the first album by heavy metal band Iron Maiden.", "Iron Maiden, released on April 14, 1980. It is their first album.", "Iron Maiden was released on April 14, 1980. It is the debut album of heavy metal band Iron Maiden.", "Iron Maiden was released on April 14, 1980. It is the debut album by heavy metal band Iron Maiden.", "Iron Maiden is the debut album of heavy metal band Iron Maiden.", "Iron Maiden is the debut album by the heavy metal band of the same name. It was released on April 14, 1980.", "Iron Maiden is the first album from rock band Iron Maiden. It came out on April 14, 1980.", "The heavy metal band, Iron Maiden released her first album titled Iron Maiden on April 14, 1980.", "Heavy metal band Iron Maiden debuted their self-titled album on April 14th, 1980.", "The debut album of heavy metal band Iron Maiden is called Iron Maiden. The album was released on April 14, 1980." ]
The Vezina Trophy is awarded annually to the National Hockey League's goaltender who is "adjudged to be the best at this position".
[ "The Vezina Trophy is awarded annually to the National Hockey League's goaltender who performs the best in the position.", "The Vezina Trophy is awarded every year to the National Hockey League's goaltender.", "The Vezina Trophy is awarded every year to the National Hockey League's best goaltender.", "The Vezina Trophy is awarded annually. It goes to the National Hockey League's goaltender who is \"adjudged to be the best at this position\".", "The Vezina Trophy is awarded every year to the best goaltender in the National Hockey League.", "The Vezina Trophy is awarded each year to the National Hockey League's goaltender \"adjudged to be the best at this position\".", "The Vezina Trophy is given to best National Hockey Leage goaltender each year.", "The Vezina Trophy is awarded annually to the best National Hockey League's goaltender.", "The Vezina Trophy is awarded to the National Hockey League's best goaltender for that season.", "The Vezina Trophy is a yearly award that goes to the National Hockey League's goaltender who is \"adjudged to be the best at this position\"." ]
It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2000, and given the temporary designation.
[ "It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2000.", "It was found by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii. And was led and named by Scott S. Sheppard in 2000.", "It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2000. At that time, it received the temporary designation.", "It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii. Scott S. Sheppard led it in 2000. It was given the temporary designation.", "It was found by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii.", "It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii. The team was led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2000.", "Astronomers from the University of Hawaii found and given a temporary name in 2000. Scott S. Sheppard led the team.", "It was discovered and temporarily named by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2000.", "Discovered in 2000 by a team of University of Hawaii astronomers led by Scott S. Sheppard, it was given the temporary designation.", "It was given the temporary designation after being discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii. The team was led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2000." ]
Hydra appears to be spectrally neutral like Charon and Nix, though Pluto is reddish.
[ "Hydra appears to be spectrally neutral like Charon and Nix.", "Hydra is neutral in color like Charon and Nix, though Pluto is reddish.", "Hydra looks to be spectrally neutral, like Charon and Nix. However, Pluto is reddish.", "Hydra appears to be spectrally neutral like Charon and Nix. Pluto is reddish.", "Hydra seems to be grey like Charon and Nix.", "Hydra appears to be spectrally neutral.", "Hydra looks to be spectrally neutral like Charon and Nix. Pluto is red colored.", "Hydra is spectrally neutral like Charon and Nix even though Pluto is reddish.", "Hydra appears to look neutral like Charon and Nix, however Pluto is reddish in color.", "Hydra, Charon, and Nix are neutral. Pluto is reddish." ]
Key factors in an RTOS are therefore a minimal interrupt latency and a minimal thread switching latency.
[ "So key factors in an RTOS are a small interrupt and thread switching latency.", "RTOS has minimal interrupt latency and a minimal thread switching latency.", "Factors in an RTOS are a minimal latency and minimal thread switching latency.", "Key factors in an RTOS are a minimal interrupt and thread switching latency.", "Thus, Key factors in an RTOS are a minimal interrupt latency and a minimal thread switching latency.", "Key factors in an RTOS are a minimal interrupt latency. They are also a minimal thread switching latency.", "Key factors in an RTOS are little-to-no delays for interrupts and little-to-no delays when thread switching.", "Two key factors in an RTOS are a minimal interrupt latency and a minimal thread switching latency.", "Key factors in an RTOS are therefore a limited interrupt latency and a low thread switching latency.", "The main factors in an RTOS are therefore a minimal breaks latency and a minimal thread switching latency." ]
The waxing crescent moon "represents a young nation on the ascendant".
[ "The waxing crescent moon \"speaks for a young nation on the rise\".", "The crescent moon \"represents a young nation on the ascendant\".", "The waxing crescent moon means \"young people on the rise\".", "The waxing crescent moon means a young nation on the ascendant.", "The waxing crescent moon \"represents a young, rising nation\".", "The waxing crescent moon \"represents a young country going up\".", "The growing crescent moon represents a young country that is rising.", "The waxing crescent moon \"represents a young nation on the rise\".", "The rising crescent moon \"reflects a young nation on the ascendant.\"", "The waxing crescent moon \"stands for a young nation on the ascendant\"." ]
The ALU is a fundamental building block of the central processing unit (CPU) of a computer, and even the simplest microprocessors contain one for purposes such as maintaining timers.
[ "The ALU is a basic part of the CPU. Even the most simple microprocessor has one for reasons like maintaining timers.", "The ALU makes up the CPU of a computer. All microprocessors use it.", "The ALU is a building block of the CPU in a computer that is used for maintaining timers.", "The ALU is a basic building block of the central processing unit (CPU). Even the simplest microprocessors contain one for purposes, such as maintaining timers.", "The ALU is a building block of the central processing unit (CPU) of a computer. Even the simplest microprocessors have one for purposes such as maintaining timers.", "The ALU is a basic building block of the central processing unit (CPU) of a computer. Even the simplest microprocessors contain one to do things like maintaining timers.", "The ALU is a building block of the central processing unit of a computer.", "The ALU is a fundamental building block of the CPU of a computer. The simplest microprocessors contain one for tasks such as maintaining timers.", "The ALU is the basic building block of the computer's central processing unit (CPU) and even the simplest processors contain one for purposes such as the maintenance of timers.", "The ALU is a fasic building block of the central processing unit (CPU) of a computer, and even the simplest microprocessors contain one for purposes such as maintaining timers." ]
Probably in the ninth century, the village became part of the territory of the monastery of Reichenau.
[ "it's thought would become part of the monestery of Reichenau in the 9th century.", "In the ninth century, the village became part of the monastery of Reichenau.", "The village might have become part of Reichenau monastery territory in the ninth century.", "The village became part of the monastery of Reichenau. The time is thought to be the 9th century.", "Around the ninth century, the village belonged to the monastery of Reichenau.", "The village became territory of the monastery of Reichenau probably in the ninth century,", "Around the 800s, the village became part of the territory of Reichenau.", "In the ninth century approximately, the village became a part of the monastery of Reichenau.", "Probably in the ninth century, the village became part of the territory of the Reichenau temple.", "The village became part of the territory of the monastery of Reichenau around the ninth century." ]
At the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, Alain Siritzky announced that a worldwide search was underway for a new Emmanuelle to star in a new series of films.
[ "At the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, Alain Siritzky announced that he was looking for a new Emmanuelle to star in a new series of movies.", "Alain Siritzky said he is searching for a new Emmanuelle to star in a new series of films.", "In 2008, Alain Siritzky announced that a worldwide search was occurring. The goal was to find a new Emmanuelle to star in a series of films.", "At the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, Alain Siritzky announced that they were searching the world for a new Emmanuelle to star in a new film series.", "At the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, Alain Siritzky said there was a worldwide search for a new Emmanuelle. He would be in a new series of films.", "In 2008, Alain Siritzky announced he was searching for a new Emmanuelle to star in a new series of films.", "At the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, Alain Siritzky announced a worldwide search was ongoing for the role of Emmanuelle for a new film series.", "Alain Siritzky announced that a worldwide search was underway for someone to star in a new series of films. He announced this at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival.", "Alain Siritzky announced a search for a new Emmanuelle to star in a new series at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival.", "At the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, Alain Siritzky revealed that a worldwide look for a new Emmanuelle to star in a new series of films was underway." ]
Hardy also cites "burn out" and the need for time off as reasons for leaving WWE.
[ "Hardy is quoted as saying \"burn out\" is a reason for taking time off from WWE.", "Hardy blames \"burn out\" and the need for time off as reasons for leaving WWE.", "Hardy also said \"burn out\" was a reason for leaving the WWE. The need for time off was another reason.", "\"Burn out\" and the need for time off are Hardy's other reasons for leaving WWE.", "Hardy also says \"burn out\" and the need for free time are reasons for leaving WWE.", "Hardy left the WWE because of \"burn out\" and needing time off.", "Hardy says \"burn out\" and needing time off, as reasons he left WWE.", "Hardy cites two reasons for leaving WWE. Those reasons were \"burn out\" and the need for time off.", "\"Burn out\" and needing time off are reasons Hardy left the WWE.", "Hardy also brings up \"burn out\" and need for time off as reasons for leaving WWE." ]
Q is the seventeenth letter of the basic modern Latin alphabet.
[ "Q is the seventeenth letter in the modern Latin alphabet.", "Q is the seventeenth letter of the Latin alphabet.", "Q is the seventeenth letter of the Latin alphabet.", "Q is the seventeenth letter of the modern Latin alphabet.", "Q is the seventeenth letter of the basic current Latin alphabet.", "Q is the seventeenth letter of the alphabet.", "Q is the seventeenth letter of the alphabet.", "Q is the seventeenth letter of the modern alphabet.", "The seventeenth letter of the Latin alphabet is Q.", "Q is the seventeenth letter of the present, simple Latin alphabet." ]
Among the casualties were two fishers who were reported missing.
[ "Among the casualties were two fishermen who were reported missing.", "Two fishers were some of the victims. They were reported missing.", "Two fishers were reported missing. They were found among the casualties.", "Among the dead were two fishers. They had been reported missing.", "Among the deaths were two fishers. They were reported missing.", "Two fishers were reported missing.", "Among the dead were two missing fisherman.", "Two fishers were reported missing.", "Two fishers reported missing were also killed.", "Among the victims were two fishermen who were reported missing." ]
This book by itself is out of print having been published along with nine short stories in the collection The Worthing Saga (1990).
[ "This book by itself is out of print. It had been published in 1990 as a collection of nine short stories called The Worthing Saga.", "The book on it's own is out of print. It was published with a collection of nine short stories in The Worthing Saga (1990)", "This book is out of print it used to be published with nine short stories in The Worthing Saga (1990).", "The book is out of print but there still remains the rest of The Worthing Saga.", "This book by itself is out of print. It had been published along with nine short stories in the collection The Worthing Saga (1990).", "This book on its own is out of print. This is because it was published with nine short stories in the collection The Worthing Saga (1990).", "This book by itself is out of print. It was published with nine short stories in the collection The Worthing Saga (1990).", "The book is out of print but it available in the collection The Worthing Saga.", "This book alone is out of print. It was published with nine short stories in the collection The Worthing Saga. This collection was published in 1990.", "This book by itself is no longer available. It has been published together with nine short stories in the collection The Worthing Saga (1990)." ]
The 1977 Atlantic hurricane season officially began on June 1, 1977, and lasted until November 30, 1977.
[ "The 1977 Atlantic hurricane season officially lasted from June 1 to November 30, 1977.", "The 1977 Atlanta hurricane season was from Jun 1, 1977 to November 30, 1977.", "The 1977 Atlantic hurricane season began on June 1, 1977. It ended on November 30, 1977.", "Hurricane season began in June and ended in November 1977.", "The 1977 Atlantic hurricane season officially began on June 1, 1977. It ended November 30, 1977.", "The 1977 Atlantic hurricane season began on June 1, 1977. It ended on November 30, 1977.", "The 1977 Atlantic hurricane season began June 1, 1977. It ended November 30, 1977.", "The 1977 Atlantic hurrican season lasted from June 1, 1977 to November 30, 1977.", "The 1977 Atlantic hurricane season began on June 1, 1977. The season lasted until November 30, 1977.", "The 1977 Atlantic hurricane season officially began on June 1, 197. The season ended on November 30, 1977" ]
Due to the Cold War, subsequent trials never took place.
[ "Following trials didn't happen because of the Cold War.", "future trials never happened because of the Cold War", "Because of the Cold War, the trials never took place.", "Trials never happened because of the Cold War.", "Trials never happened due to the Cold War.", "Because of the Cold War, there were no additional trials.", "Due to the Cold War, later trials didn't happen.", "Later trials never happened because of the Cold War.", "Subsequent trials never took place because of the Cold War.", "Due to the Cold War, upcoming trials never took place." ]
Dundee has two universities — the University of Abertay Dundee and the University of Dundee.
[ "The University of Abertay Dundee and the University of Dundee are the two Dundee universities.", "Dundee has the University of Abertay Dundee and the University of Dundee.", "Dundee has two universities. They are; the University of Abertay Dundee and the University of Dundee.", "The two universities in Dunndee are, the University of Abertay and Dunndee University.", "The University of Abertay Dundee and the University of Dundee are in Dundee. Dundee has two universities.", "Dundee has two universities. These are the University of Abertay Dundee and the University of Dundee.", "Dundee has two universities. They are the University of Abertay Dundee and the University of Dundee.", "Dundee has two universities.", "Dundee has two universities. These two universities are the University of Abertay Dundee and the University of Dundee.", "There are two universities in the city of Dundee - the University of Abertay Dundee and the University of Dundee." ]
John Paul Stevens (born April 20, 1920) is the senior Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
[ "John Paul Stevens is the senior Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.", "John Paul Stevens is the senior partner Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.", "John Paul Stevens is a member of the US Supreme Court. He serves as the senior Associate Justice.", "John Paul Stevens was born April 20, 1920. He is the senior Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.", "John Paul Stevens was born April 20, 1920. He is the senior Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court .", "The senior associates justice of the U.S. Supreme Corut is named John Paul Stevens.", "John Paul Stevens is a judge on the Supreme Court of the United States.", "John Paul Stevens (born April 20, 1920) is the senior Associate U.S. Supreme Court Justice.", "John Paul Stevens is the senior Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. He was born on April 20, 1920.", "Senior Associate of the Supreme Court in the US is John Paul Stevens, born 04/20/1920," ]
For a period, platforms at both the old and new stations operated, before the original station finally closed and was demolished.
[ "Platforms at both the old and new stations operated until the original station finally closed.", "The platforms at both the old and new stations worked for some time. But the original station was finally closed and got destroyed.", "The previous station still operated for a bit. It was eventually shut down and destroyed.", "For some time, platforms at both the old and new stations operated. Eventually, the original station closed and was torn down.", "For a time, platforms at both the old and new stations ran. Then the original station finally closed and was taken down.", "Before the old station was closed and demolished it was in use alongside the new station.", "For a while, the platforms at old and new stations were active. The old station eventually closed and was torn down.", "The original station was eventually demolished, but for a period platforms at both the old and new stations operated.", "The old and new stations operated for some time, then the original station was closed and demolished.", "For a while, the new and old stations operated before the old one finally closed and was torn down." ]
However, all of the storms that have impacted Arizona have formed in the latter parts of the Pacific hurricane season, and only storm remnants have affected the state before August.
[ "All of the storms that have impacted Arizona have formed towards the end of Pacific hurricane season. Only storm remnants have affected the state before August.", "All of the storms that reached Arizona formed late during the Pacific hurricane season. Just one storm reached the state before August.", "Most storms that hit Arizona form in the Pacific during hurricane season. Prior to hurricane season, weakened tropical storms effect the state.", "However, all storms that have impacted Arizona formed later in the Pacific hurricane season. Also, only storm remnants have affected the state before August.", "However, all of the storms that have impacted Arizona have formed in the end of the Pacific hurricane season. Only storm remnants affected the state before August.", "Every storm that affect Arizona was created towards the end of the Pacific Hurricane season. Only storms that were ending have affected Arizona earlier than August.", "Every storm that hit Arizona formed in the second half of the hurricane seasoon.", "The only storms that have impacted Arizona, formed in the late parts of the Pacific hurricane season, and only storm remains have affected the state before August.", "Before August, all the storms that have impacted Arizona are storms formed in the latter parts of the Pacific hurricane season.", "All the storms that had an affect on Arizona formed later in the Pacific hurricane season and only remains of storms had an affect before August." ]
The two Byzantine outbreaks during the 8th and 9th centuries were unusual in that the use of images was the main issue in the dispute, rather than a by-product of wider concerns.
[ "The two Byzantine outbreaks during the 8th and 9th centuries were strange in that the use of images was the main issue in the fight.", "The two Byzantine mentions in the 8th and 9th centuries were unusual, Because the use of images was the main problem in the argument and not the bigger reasons.", "Icons were the main issue in the Byzantine disagreements. They came about in the 8th and 9th centuries. They could not agree on which idols or images to destroy.", "The two Byzantine outbreaks during the 8th and 9th centuries were unusual. This was because the use of images was the main issue, rather than a by-product of wider concerns.", "The two Byzantine outbreaks during the 8th and 9th centuries were unusual. The use of images was the main issue in the dispute, rather than coming from wider concerns.", "It was not regular for the two Byzantine outbreaks occuring during the 8th and 9th centuries to be primarily concerned with images.", "The two Byzantine outbreaks during the 700s and 800s were unusual because the main issue was the use of images.", "The two Byzantine outbreaks during the 8th and 9th centuries were unusual because the use of images was the issue, rather than a result of wider concerns.", "The use of images that led to the outbreak of Byzantine in the 8th and 9th centuries was an unexpected cause of dispute.", "In the 8th & 9th centuries, two Byzantine disputes occurred due to images used, rather than a side effect of other items taking place." ]
It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2003, receiving the temporary designation.
[ "It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2003.", "it was found by a astronomers from the University of Hawaii in 2003 led by Scott S. Sheppard, they were given the short term title.", "It was found and named by astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2003.", "A team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii discovered it. The team was led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2003. He received temporary designation.", "Scott S. Sheppard and his team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii discovered it in 2003. It then received the temporary designation.", "It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii in 2003. Scott S. Sheppard led it. It got the temporary designation.", "Astronomers from the University of Hawaii, which was led by Scott S. Sheppard made the discovery in 2003, which received temporary designation.", "It was found by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii.", "It received the temporary designation in 2003 after discovery by Scott S. Sheppard and a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii.", "Found by a team of astronomers led by Scott S. Sheppard from the University of Hawaii in 2003, it received temporary designation." ]
The French word bourgeois evolved from the Old French word burgeis, meaning "an inhabitant of a town" (cf.
[ "The French word bourgeois came from the Old French word burgeis, meaning \"an inhabitant of a town\".", "the word bourgeois came from the French word burgeis. It means \"an inhabitant of a town\".", "The French word bourgeois comes from the Old French burgeis, meaning \"an inhabitant of a town\".", "The French word bourgeois came from the Old French word burgeis. It means \"an inhabitant of a town.\"", "The French word bourgeois comes from the Old French word burgeis, meaning \"an inhabitant of a town\" (cf.", "The French word bourgeois came from the Old French word burgeis. That meant \"an inhabitant of a town\"", "Bourgeois evolved from the Old French word burgeis, which means \"an inhabitant of a town\" .", "The French word bourgeois comes from the Old French word burgeis.", "Evolving from the Old French word burgeis, bourgeois means \"an inhabitant of a town\".", "The word \"bourgeois\" comes from old French \"burgeis\" that means an inhabitant of a town." ]
The Book of Nehemiah is a book of the Hebrew Bible, historically regarded as a continuation of the Book of Ezra, and is sometimes called the second book of Ezra.
[ "The Book of Nehemiah is a book of the Hebrew Bible. It is regarded as a continuation of the Book of Ezra, often called the second book of Ezra.", "The Book of Nehemiah is from the Hebrew Bible, thought to a sequel or the second book of Ezra.", "The Book of Nehemiah is a Hebrew Bible. It is considered a part of the Book of Ezra, and is sometimes called the second book of Ezra.", "The Book of Nehemiah is a book of the Hebrew Bible. It is a a continuation of the Book of Ezra. Sometimes it is called the second book of Ezra.", "The Book of Nehemiah is a book of the Hebrew Bible. Historically, it has been seen as an extension of the Book of Ezra. Thus, it is sometimes called the second book of Ezra.", "The Book of Nehemiah is a book of the Hebrew Bible. It is sometimes called the second book of Ezra since it is seen as a continuation of that..", "Nehemiah is a book of the Hebrew Bible, regarded as a continuation of the Book of Ezra, and is sometimes called the second book of Ezra.", "The Book of Nehemiah is a book of the Hebrew Bible. It has been seen as the next part of the Book of Ezra.", "Nehemiah is a book of the Hebrew Bible, it historically is regarded as a continuation and called the second book of Ezra .", "The Book of Neheniah, regarded as a continuation or second Book of Ezra is a book of the Hebrew Bible." ]
The Erotian surface gravity varies greatly, since Eros is not a sphere but an elongated peanut-shaped (or potato- or shoe-shaped) object.
[ "The Erotian surface gravity varies because Eros is not a sphere. Eros is an elongated peanut-shaped object.", "Gravity on Eros can change greatly because it isa peanut-shaped object.", "Gravity on Eros is different everywhere, because it is not a sphere but a peanut-shaped object.", "The Erotian surface gravity varies greatly. Eros is not a sphere. It is an elongated peanut-shaped (or potato or shoe-shaped) object.", "The Erotian surface gravity varies greatly. This is because Eros is not a sphere but a long peanut-shaped (or potato- or shoe-shaped) object.", "The Erotian surface gravity varies a lot. Eros is not a sphere but an elongated peanut-shaped (or potato- or shoe-shaped) object.", "Eros is not a sphere but an elongated peanut-shaped (or potato- or shoe-shaped) object, thus the Erotian surface gravity varies.", "The gravity on Eros is different in various places. This is because Eros is not round but is peanut-shaped.", "Eros isn't a sphere but an elongated peanut-shaped (or potato or shoe-shaped) object, so the surface gravity varies greatly.", "Gravity on the Erotian surface varies as Eros isn't a sphere but more peanut-shaped." ]
Definition Overview The key idea behind a Reed – Solomon code is that the data encoded is first visualized as a polynomial.
[ "The key idea behind a Reed – Solomon code is that the data encoded is first visualized as a polynomial.", "The important idea behind a Reed – Solomon code is that the data is first visualized as having several meanings.", "In a Reed - Solomon code, the encoded data is first seen as a polynomial.", "Definition: Overview: In a Reed – Solomon code, the data encoded is first seen as a polynomial.", "Definition Overview The key idea behind a Reed – Solomon code is the data is first seen as a polynomial.", "Using a Reed-Solomon code, data is first visualized as a polynomial.", "The main idea of a Reed–Solomon code is for the data to be seen as a polynomial.", "The key idea behind a Reed – Solomon code is that the data encoded is first visualized as a polynomial.", "Definition Overview: The key idea of a Reed – Solomon code is that the data encoded is first seen as a polynomial.", "Definition Overview The key idea behind a Reed – Solomon code is to first visualize the encoded data as a polynomial." ]
The WWF consisted of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane, and the Undertaker, who all squared off against the team of DDP, Booker T, Rhyno, and the Dudley Boys.
[ "The WWF consisted of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane, and the Undertaker. They have wrestled against the team of DDP, Booker T, Rhyno, and the Dudley Boys.", "The WWF consisted of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane, and the Undertaker, who all fought against the team of DDP, Booker T, Rhyno, and the Dudley Boys.", "Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane and The Undertaker vs. DDP, Booker T, Rhyno and The Dudley Boys comprised The WWF.", "The WWF featured Stone Cold Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane, and the Undertaker. They all fought the team of DDP, Booker T, Rhyno, and the Dudley Boys.", "The WWF was made of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane, and the Undertaker. They fought the team of DDP, Booker T, Rhyno, and the Dudley Boys.", "The WWF consisted of two teams of five wrestlers.", "The WWF was made up of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane, and the Undertaker. Those mentioned before all squared off against DDP, Booker T, Rhyno, and the Dudley Boys.", "The WWF consisted of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane, and the Undertaker, who all fought against the team of DDP, Booker T, Rhyno, and the Dudley Boys.", "The WWF was made up of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane, and the Undertaker, who all went against the team of DDP, Booker T, Rhyno, and the Dudley Boys.", "The WWF was made up of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Kurt Angle, Chris Jericho, Kane, and the Undertaker who all faced off against DDP, Booker T, Rhyno, and the Dudley Boys." ]
Memory locations can also be renamed, although it is not commonly done to the extent practised in register renaming.
[ "Memory locations can also be renamed, although it is not often done in register renaming.", "Memory locations can also be renamed, but it is not normally done.", "Memory locations can be renamed but is not as common as in register renaming.", "Memory locations can also be renamed. This is not often done to the extent practised in register renaming.", "Memory locations can also be given a new name. It is not often done to the extent seen in register renaming.", "Memory locations can be renamed but this is not done as much.", "Memory locations can be renamed. This is not done often in register renaming.", "Memory locations can also be renamed although it is not commonly done in register renaming.", "Memory sites can also be renamed, but it isn't normally done to the level worked on in register renaming.", "Although it’s not commonly done, memory locations can be renamed." ]
Disputes between European and Chinese miners flared into brawls at Daylesford and Castlemaine.
[ "Disputes between European and Chinese miners flared into fights at Daylesford and Castlemaine.", "Arguments between European and Chinese miners turned into fights at Daylesford and Castlemaine.", "There were many fights and disputes between Chinese and European miners at Daylesford and Castlemaine.", "Disagreements between European and Chinese miners turned into physical fights at Daylesford and Castlemaine.", "Fights between European and Chinese miners turned into brawls at Daylesford and Castlemaine.", "Disagreements between European and Chinese miners led to fights.", "European and Chinese miners had arguments that became brawls. This happened in Daylesford and Castlemaine.", "Disputes between European and Chinese miners flared into brawls at Daylesford and Castlemaine.", "Debates between European and Chinese miners turned into fights at Daylesford and Castlemaine.", "Disputes erupted into brawls between European and Chinese miners at Daylesford and Castlemaine." ]
Tourism is concentrated in the mountains, particularly around the towns of Davos / Arosa, Laax and St. Moritz / Pontresina.
[ "Tourism is mostly in the mountains, around the towns of Davos / Arosa, Laax and St. Moritz / Pontresina.", "Most tourist spots are in the mountains around the Davos / Arosa, Laax and St. Moritz / Pontresina.", "The mountain towns of Davos/Arosa, Laax, and St. Moritz/Pontresina see many visitors.", "Tourism takes place in the mountains around the towns of Davos / Arosa, Laax and St. Moritz / Pontresina.", "Tourism is most in the mountains. It is seen a lot in Davos / Arosa, Laax and St. Moritz / Pontresina.", "Tourism is focused on the mountain area, around the towns of Davos / Arosa, Laax and St. Moritz / Pontresina.", "Tourists mostly visit the mountains.", "Tourism is concentrated in the mountains. Towns in the area with high tourism are Davos, Laax and St. Moritz", "Tourism mainly happens around the towns of Davos / Arosa, Laax and St. Moritz / Pontresina. These towns are in the mountains.", "Tourism is focused in the mountains, mostly around the towns of Davos / Arosa, Laax and St. Moritz / Pontresina." ]
It was discovered on February 27, 1995.
[ "It was found on February 27, 1995.", "It was found on February 27, 1995.", "They found it on February 27, 1995.", "It was discovered on February 27, 1995.", "It was found on February 27, 1995.", "The discovery was made on February 27, 1995.", "It was found on February 27, 1995.", "It was learned on February 27, 1995.", "It was discovered on February 27, 1995.", "It was found on February 27, 1995." ]
They were introduced to Europe in 1846 by Robert Fortune, collector for the London Horticultural Society, and shortly thereafter into North America.
[ "They were introduced to Europe in 1846 by Robert Fortune, collector for the London Horticultural Society. Then they were introduced to North America.", "They were brought to Europe in 1846 by Robert Fortune. He is the collector for the London Horticultural Society, and after that they were brought to North America.", "Robert Fortune established them in Europe (1846). Later, he did the same in North America. He was a collector. He worked for the London Horticultural Society.", "They were brought to Europe in 1846 by Robert Fortune, a London Horticultural Society collector. Soon after, they were brought to North America.", "They were introduced to Europe in 1846 by Robert Fortune. He was a collector for the London Horticultural Society. Shortly after they went to North America.", "Robert Fortune, who was a collector for the London Horticultural Society introduced them to Europe in 1846, then to North America.", "They were brought to Europe in 1846 and to North America soon after.", "In 1846, they were introduced to Europe by Robert Fortune, a collector for the London Horticultural Society. Soon after they made their way into North America.", "Robert Fortune introduced them to Europe in 1846 and shortly thereafter into North America. Robert Fortune is a collector for the London Horticultural Society,", "They were brought to Europe in 1846 by Robert Fortune, collector for the London Horticultural Society, and shortly thereafter into North America." ]
He began this form of ministry in 1947 and continued until recently.
[ "He began this form of ministry in 1947 and only stopped recently.", "He began this type of religious service in 1947.", "He changed his ministry style in 1947. He didn't change it until recent times.", "He began this type of ministry in 1947. He continued until recently.", "He began this form of ministry in 1947. He kept going until recently.", "He started his ministry in 1947.", "He began this type of ministry in 1947 and continued until recently.", "He began this type of ministry in 1947. It had continued until recently.", "He began this form of ministry in 1947. He continued until recently.", "He began this type of ministry in 1947 and continued until recently." ]
Anne Frank was deported on the last train from Westerbork.
[ "Anne Frank was deported on the train from Westerbork.", "Anne Frank was deported from Westerbork.", "Anne Frank left on the last train from Westerbork.", "Anne Frank was sent away on the last train from Westerbork.", "Anne Frank was sent out on the last train from Westerbork.", "Anne Frank was deported on the train from Westerbork.", "Anne Frank was sent back on a train from Westerbork.", "Anne was ejected on the last train from Westerbork.", "Anne Frank was expelled from the country on the last train from Westerbork.", "Anne Frank was deported from Westerbork on the last train." ]
Upper body Sleeveless shirt Tank top, wife beater, singlet A sleeveless garment similar to a T-shirt.
[ "Sleeveless shirt Tank top, wife beater, singlet A sleeveless clothes similar to a T-shirt.", "A wife beater is a sleeveless shirt or tank top.", "The upper body sleeveless shirt goes by many names. It's also called a tank top, wife beater, or a singlet A sleeveless garment. They are similar in material to a T-shirt.", "Upper body: Sleeveless shirt: Tank top, wife beater, singlet. A sleeveless shirt similar to a T-shirt.", "Upper body Sleeveless shirt Tank top is also called a wife beater or singlet. It is a sleeveless garment similar to a T-shirt.", "Upper body Sleeveless shirt Tank top or wife beater, is a sleeveless garment similar to a T-shirt.", "A tank top is a sleeveless shirt that is like a T-shirt.", "Tank top is an upper body sleeveless shirt that is similar to a T-shirt.", "Sleeveless shirts are also called a tank top, wife beater, or singlet. They are similar to a T-shirt.", "Upper body Sleeveless shirt Tank top, wife beater singlet A sleeveless dress similar to a t-shirt." ]
The moon is very elongated, with its short axis 0.5 ± 0.1 times the long axis.
[ "The moon is oval, with its short axis 0.5 ± 0.1 times the long axis.", "The moon's short axis is 0.5 ± 0.1 times it's long axis", "The moon's shape is elongated. Its short line is 0.5 ± 0.1 times the long line.", "The moon is very elongated. Its short axis is 0.5 ± 0.1 times the long axis.", "The moon is very elongated. Its short axis is 0.5 ± 0.1 times the long axis.", "The moon is elongated, with a short axis 0.5 ± 0.1 times the long axis.", "The moon is very long.", "The moon is very elongated as its short axis is 0.5 ± 0.1 times longer than the long axis.", "The moon is very elongated. It has a short axis that is 0.5 ± 0.1 times the long axis.", "The moon is very curved, with a short axis of 0.5 ± 0.1 times the long axis." ]
They claimed to be playing an April Fool's joke, but most people who saw the signs were unfamiliar with the phrase.
[ "They said it was an April Fool's joke, but most people who saw the signs didn't know the phrase.", "They claimed to be joking but most people weren't familiar with the phrase.", "They said they were playing an April Fool's joke. Most people were unfamiliar with the phrase.", "They said they were playing an April Fool's joke. However, most people who saw the signs did not know the phrase.", "They claimed to be playing an April Fool's joke. Most people who saw the signs were not familiar with the phrase.", "They were playing an April Fool's joke, but some people who saw the signs were unfamiliar with the phrase", "They claimed it was an April Fool's joke, but most people who saw the signs did not know the phrase.", "They claimed it was April Fool but most people who saw the signs were unfamiliar with the phrase.", "They were playing an April Fool's joke. Many people who saw the signs were not aware of the phrase.", "They stated they were playing the April Fool joke, but most of the people who saw the signs were unfamiliar with the phrase." ]
A parallel to tributaries is the distributary, a river that branches off of and flows away from the main stream.
[ "Unlike tributaries, the distributary is a river that branches off of and flows away from the main stream.", "A river forks off the main path and flows away from it.", "A parallel to tributaries is the distributary. It is a river that branches off of, and flows away from, the main stream.", "A parallel to tributaries is the distributary. It is a river that branches off of and flows away from the main stream.", "A distributary is a river that branches off of and flows away from a main stream.", "Similar to tributaries are distributaries. A distributary is a river that breaks off and flows away from the main stream.", "Distributary is a river that branches off and flows away from the main stream. It is similar to a tributary.", "Similar to creeks is the distributary, a part that branches off of and flows away from the main stream.", "The distributary is a parallel to tributaries. It is a river that branches off of and flows away from the main stream.", "A similarity to the tributaries is the watershed, a river that branches off and flows away from the main stream." ]
The inner eyewall dissipated as a 23 mile (37 km) outer eyewall became dominant, and concurrently the overall organization of the hurricane improved.
[ "The inner eyewall disappeared, but a 23 mile outer eyewall became dominant, and at the same time the hurricane's structure improved.", "The hurricane's inside eye-wall lessened. The outside eye wall strengthened. This made the hurricane stronger.", "The inner eyewall dissipated as a 23 mile (37 km) outer eyewall grew. At the same time, the organization of the hurricane improved.", "The inner eyewall went away as a 23 mile (37 km) outer eyewall became dominant. At the same time the overall organization of the hurricane got better.", "The inner eyewall disappeared and the outer eyewall took over. At the same time, the overall organization of the hurricane improved.", "The inner eyewall spread out as a 23 mile outer eyewall gained dominance. At the same time, the hurricane's organization improved.", "The hurricane improved when the inner eyewall dissipated and the 23 mile (37km) outer eyewall became dominant.", "The inner eye weakened as a 23 mile outer eye became powerful, and at the same time the overall the hurricane got stronger.", "The inner eyewall dissipated. A 23 mile (37 km) outer eyewall became dominant. Then, the overall organization of the hurricane improved.", "The inner eyewall subsided as a 23-mile (37 km) outer eyewall became dominant and, at the same time, the overall organization of the hurricane improved." ]
The White Sox play in the American League's Central Division.
[ "The White Sox are in the American League's Central Division.", "Chicago White Sox belong to the American League. They play in the Central Division of the league.", "The White Sox play in the Central Division of the American League.", "The White Sox play in the American League. They are in the Central Division.", "The White Sox play in the American League.", "The White Sox are a baseball team. The White Sox play in the American League's Central Division.", "The White Sox is a team in the American League's Central Division.", "The White Sox play in the AL Central Division.", "The White Sox plays in the American League's Central Division.", "White Sox play in the Central Division of the American League." ]
When Damocles was discovered, in 1991 by Robert H. McNaught, it was found to be on an orbit completely different from all others known.
[ "Damocles was discovered, in 1991 by Robert H. McNaught. it was found to be on an orbit different from all others.", "Robert H. McNaught found Damocles in 1991. The asteroid follows a path unlike others do.", "Damocles was discovered in 1991 by Robert H. McNaught. It was found to be on a different orbit from all others.", "Damocles was discovered in 1991 by Robert H. McNaught. It was on an orbit completely different from all others known.", "Damocles was found to be on a different orbit from all others known.", "Robert H. McNaught found Damocles in 1991. Damocles had a different orbit from all others known.", "Damocles was discovered in 1991 by Robert H. McNaught. It was discovered as a orbit that is completely different for all other known orbits.", "When Damocles was found, in 1991 by Robert H. McNaught, it was on an orbit way different from all others known.", "Damocles was discovered by Robert H. McNaught in 1991. It was found to be on an orbit that was different from all others.", "When Damocles was found by Robert H. McNaught in 1991, it was found to be completely different from any other known orbit." ]
The Blake River Megacaldera Complex is considered a supervolcano due to its great size and its multiple dikes and vents.
[ "The Blake River Megacaldera Complex is considered a supervolcano because of its size, and number of dikes and vents.", "The Blake River Megacaldera Complex is a supervolcano because of it's size and many dikes and vents.", "The Blake River Megacaldera Complex is considered a supervolcano. This is because of its great size, multiple dikes, and vents.", "The Blake River Megacaldera Complex is known as a supervolcano. This is because of its great size and its many dikes and vents.", "The Blake River Megacaldera Complex is a supervolcano. This is due to its big size and multiple dikes and vents.", "The Blake River Mega-caldera Complex is a super-volcano because of its size and its multiple dikes and vents.", "The Blake River Megacaldera Complex is considered a supervolcano because it is very big and has many structures.", "The Blake River Megacaldera Complex is considered a supervolcano . One of it's features is that it has multiple dikes and vents.", "Because of its size as well as dyke and vent amounts, the Blake River Megacaldera Complex is considered a supervolcano.", "The Blake River Megacaldera Complex is considered a supervolcano due to its great size, multiple dikes, and vents." ]
Six species live in the greater Caribbean region, including the Queen Conch, and the West Indian Fighting Conch, Strombus pugilis.
[ "The Queen Conce and the West Indian Fighting Conch are two of six species that live in the greater Caribbean region.", "Six species live in the Caribbean region like the Queen Conch, and the West Indian Fighting Conch, Strombus pugilis.", "Six species live in the greater Caribbean region. This includes the Queen Conch and the West Indian Fighting Conch.", "Six species live in the greater Caribbean region. These include the Queen Conch and the West Indian Fighting Conch, Strombus pugilis", "Six species live in the greater Caribbean region. These include the Queen Conch, and the West Indian Fighting Conch, Strombus pugilis.", "The Queen Conch, the West Indian Fighting Conch and the Strombus pugilis are among the six species that live in the greater Caribbean region.", "Six species live in the Caribbean region.", "Two of the Conch species in the Caribbean are the Queen Conch and Wst Indian Fighting Conch.", "Six kinds of conch live in the Caribbean area, including the Queen, the West Indian Fighting as well as the Strombus pugilis.", "Six species live in the greater Caribbean region. This includes the Queen Conch, and the West Indian Fighting Conch called Strombus pugilis." ]
With its completion in 1992, uninterrupted water transport was made possible between the North Sea and the Black Sea.
[ "Uniterrupted water transport was made possible between the North Sea and the Black Sea in 1992.", "When it was built in 1992, water transport was operational between the North Sea and the Black Sea.", "Uninterrupted water transport was made possible between the North Sea and the Black Sea.", "When it was completed in 1992, transporting things between the North Sea and the Black Sea without stopping became possible.", "It was done in 1992. Then uninterrupted water transport was possible between the North Sea and the Black Sea.", "After its completion in 1992, uninterrupted water transport was made possible between the North and the Black Sea.", "When it was completed, direct water transport between the North Sea and Black Sea became possible.", "Since being completed in 1992, water has been able to be transported between the North and Black Sea.", "Uninterrupted water transport from the North and Black Sea's was allowed with its completion in 1992.", "Uninterrupted water transport was made possible between the North Sea and the Black Sea when it was completed in 1992." ]
World temperatures could rise by between 1.1 and 6.4 ° C (2.0 and 11.5 ° F) during the 21st century (table 3) and that: Sea levels will probably rise by 18 to 59 cm (7.08 to 23.22 in) [table 3].
[ "World temperatures could rise between 1.1 and 6.4° C during the 21st century. Sea levels will probably rise by 18 to 59 cm.", "World temperatures could rise by 1.1 and 6.4 ° C during the 21st century. Sea levels will probably rise by 18 to 59 cm.", "World temperatures could rise by between 1.1 and 6.4 ° C (2.0 and 11.5 ° F) during the 21st century. Sea levels will probably rise by 18 to 59 cm (7.08 to 23.22 in).", "World temperatures could rise by between 1.1 and 6.4 ° C (2.0 and 11.5 ° F) during the 21st century (table 3). Sea levels will likely rise by 18 to 59 cm (7.08 to 23.22 in) [table 3].", "World temperatures could rise between 1.1 and 6.4 ° C (2.0 and 11.5 ° F) during the 21st century (table 3). Sea levels will probably rise by 18 to 59 cm (7.08 to 23.22 in) [table 3].", "Temperatures could rise between 2.0 and 11.5 ° F during the 21st century and Sea levels could rise by 18 to 59 cm.", "World temperatures could rise several degrees during the 2000s. Sea levels will also probably rise by several inches.", "Predictions indicate water temperatures could rise between 1.1 and 6.4 ° C, and sea levels could rise between 18 and 59 cm.", "In the 21st century, world temperatures could rise between 2 and 11.5 degrees F, and the sea levels could rise 7.08 to 23.22 inches.", "World temperatures could rise by between 1.1 and 6.4 ° C (2.0 and 11.5 ° F) during the 21st century. Sea levels will probably rise by 18 to 59 cm (7.08 to 23.22 in)." ]
In reality Angle announced that he would be having neck surgery in May and would be out of action until August.
[ "Angle announced that he would be having neck surgery in May and wouldn't return until August.", "Angle actually said he is having neck surgery in May. He will be out until August.", "Angle told that he would have neck surgery in May and would not be active untill August.", "Angle announced that he would be having neck surgery in May. He would be unavailable until August.", "In reality, Angle would have neck surgery in May. Thus, he would be out of action until August.", "Angle said he would be having neck surgery in May and would be inactive until August.", "Angle announced that he would be having neck surgery in May and returning in August.", "Angle said that he was having neck surgery in May and be out of action until August.", "Angle said that he would be having neck surgery in May. He would be out of action until August.", "Angle revealed that he would be having neck surgery on May and would be out of action until August" ]
These flies are clothed in black or pale (white or golden) hairs, and are themselves either black or metallic green or blue.
[ "These flies have black or pale (white or golden) hairs. Their bodies are either black or metallic green or blue.", "These flied have Black, white, or golden hairs. They are either clack, metallic green, or blue.", "These flies are covered in black or pale hairs. The files are either black or metallic green or blue.", "The flies are clothed in black or pale colored hairs. They are either black, metallic green, or metallic blue.", "These flies have black or pale (white or golden) hairs. The flies themselves are either black or metallic green or blue.", "These flies have black or pale (white or golden) hairs. They are either black or metallic green or blue.", "These flies have black or pale hairs and black, metallic green, or blue bodies.", "These flies are covered in black or light colored hairs and are black or shiny green/blue in color.", "These flies have black or pale (white or golden) hairs. They are either black or metallic green or blue.", "These flies are covered in black or pale (white or golden) hairs, and are themselves either black, green, or blue" ]
Packaged instant soups come in several varieties: A packet of dry soup stock (like the ramen image below).
[ "Packaged instant soups come in several varieties including packets of dry soup stock like ramen.", "There are several kinds of instant soups like a packet of dry stock.", "Instant soups come in several varieties.", "Packaged instant soups come in many varieties.", "There are several types of packaged instant soups: A packet of dry soup stock (like the ramen image below)", "Packaged instant soups come in several types: A packet of dry stock (like the image of ramen below).", "Instant soups come in different flavors and types.", "Instant soups come in many types: A packet of dry soup stock (see ramen picture below).", "Packaged instant soups come in several varieties. There is a packet of dry soup stock (like the ramen image below).", "Packaged instant soups come in a lot of different ways. A packet of dry soup stock (like the ramen image below)." ]
Since 1980 the senior pastor has been John Piper.
[ "John Piper has been the senior pastor since 1980.", "John Piper is the senior pastor. He has been since 1980.", "John Piper was a senior pastor since 1980.", "John Piper has been the lead pastor since 1980.", "John Piper is the senior pastor. He has held the position since 1980.", "John Piper has been the senior pastor since 1980.", "John Piper has been the senior pastor since 1980.", "John Piper has been senior pastor since 1980.", "John Piper has been the senior pastor since 1980.", "Since 1980 the higher (in position) person running the church has been John Piper rev." ]
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Dataset Card for ASSET

Dataset Summary

ASSET (Alva-Manchego et al., 2020) is multi-reference dataset for the evaluation of sentence simplification in English. The dataset uses the same 2,359 sentences from TurkCorpus (Xu et al., 2016) and each sentence is associated with 10 crowdsourced simplifications. Unlike previous simplification datasets, which contain a single transformation (e.g., lexical paraphrasing in TurkCorpus or sentence splitting in HSplit), the simplifications in ASSET encompass a variety of rewriting transformations.

Supported Tasks and Leaderboards

The dataset supports the evaluation of text-simplification systems. Success in this tasks is typically measured using the SARI and FKBLEU metrics described in the paper Optimizing Statistical Machine Translation for Text Simplification.

Languages

The text in this dataset is in English (en).

Dataset Structure

Data Instances

  • simplification configuration: an instance consists in an original sentence and 10 possible reference simplifications.
  • ratings configuration: a data instance consists in an original sentence, a simplification obtained by an automated system, and a judgment of quality along one of three axes by a crowd worker.

Data Fields

  • original: an original sentence from the source datasets
  • simplifications: in the simplification config, a set of reference simplifications produced by crowd workers.
  • simplification: in the ratings config, a simplification of the original obtained by an automated system
  • aspect: in the ratings config, the aspect on which the simplification is evaluated, one of meaning, fluency, simplicity
  • rating: a quality rating between 0 and 100

Data Splits

ASSET does not contain a training set; many models use WikiLarge (Zhang and Lapata, 2017) for training.

Each input sentence has 10 associated reference simplified sentences. The statistics of ASSET are given below.

Dev Test Total
Input Sentences 2000 359 2359
Reference Simplifications 20000 3590 23590

The test and validation sets are the same as those of TurkCorpus. The split was random.

There are 19.04 tokens per reference on average (lower than 21.29 and 25.49 for TurkCorpus and HSplit, respectively). Most (17,245) of the referece sentences do not involve sentence splitting.

Dataset Creation

Curation Rationale

ASSET was created in order to improve the evaluation of sentence simplification. It uses the same input sentences as the TurkCorpus dataset from (Xu et al., 2016). The 2,359 input sentences of TurkCorpus are a sample of "standard" (not simple) sentences from the Parallel Wikipedia Simplification (PWKP) dataset (Zhu et al., 2010), which come from the August 22, 2009 version of Wikipedia. The sentences of TurkCorpus were chosen to be of similar length (Xu et al., 2016). No further information is provided on the sampling strategy.

The TurkCorpus dataset was developed in order to overcome some of the problems with sentence pairs from Standard and Simple Wikipedia: a large fraction of sentences were misaligned, or not actually simpler (Xu et al., 2016). However, TurkCorpus mainly focused on lexical paraphrasing, and so cannot be used to evaluate simplifications involving compression (deletion) or sentence splitting. HSplit (Sulem et al., 2018), on the other hand, can only be used to evaluate sentence splitting. The reference sentences in ASSET include a wider variety of sentence rewriting strategies, combining splitting, compression and paraphrasing. Annotators were given examples of each kind of transformation individually, as well as all three transformations used at once, but were allowed to decide which transformations to use for any given sentence.

An example illustrating the differences between TurkCorpus, HSplit and ASSET is given below:

Original: He settled in London, devoting himself chiefly to practical teaching.

TurkCorpus: He rooted in London, devoting himself mainly to practical teaching.

HSplit: He settled in London. He devoted himself chiefly to practical teaching.

ASSET: He lived in London. He was a teacher.

Source Data

Initial Data Collection and Normalization

[More Information Needed]

Who are the source language producers?

The input sentences are from English Wikipedia (August 22, 2009 version). No demographic information is available for the writers of these sentences. However, most Wikipedia editors are male (Lam, 2011; Graells-Garrido, 2015), which has an impact on the topics covered (see also the Wikipedia page on Wikipedia gender bias). In addition, Wikipedia editors are mostly white, young, and from the Northern Hemisphere (Wikipedia: Systemic bias).

Reference sentences were written by 42 workers on Amazon Mechanical Turk (AMT). The requirements for being an annotator were:

  • Passing a Qualification Test (appropriately simplifying sentences). Out of 100 workers, 42 passed the test.
  • Being a resident of the United States, United Kingdom or Canada.
  • Having a HIT approval rate over 95%, and over 1000 HITs approved.

No other demographic or compensation information is provided in the ASSET paper.

Annotations

Annotation process

The instructions given to the annotators are available here.

Who are the annotators?

[More Information Needed]

Personal and Sensitive Information

[More Information Needed]

Considerations for Using the Data

Social Impact of Dataset

[More Information Needed]

Discussion of Biases

The dataset may contain some social biases, as the input sentences are based on Wikipedia. Studies have shown that the English Wikipedia contains both gender biases (Schmahl et al., 2020) and racial biases (Adams et al., 2019).

Adams, Julia, Hannah Brückner, and Cambria Naslund. "Who Counts as a Notable Sociologist on Wikipedia? Gender, Race, and the “Professor Test”." Socius 5 (2019): 2378023118823946. Schmahl, Katja Geertruida, et al. "Is Wikipedia succeeding in reducing gender bias? Assessing changes in gender bias in Wikipedia using word embeddings." Proceedings of the Fourth Workshop on Natural Language Processing and Computational Social Science. 2020.

Other Known Limitations

Dataset provided for research purposes only. Please check dataset license for additional information.

Additional Information

Dataset Curators

ASSET was developed by researchers at the University of Sheffield, Inria, Facebook AI Research, and Imperial College London. The work was partly supported by Benoît Sagot's chair in the PRAIRIE institute, funded by the French National Research Agency (ANR) as part of the "Investissements d’avenir" program (reference ANR-19-P3IA-0001).

Licensing Information

Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)

Citation Information

@inproceedings{alva-manchego-etal-2020-asset,
    title = "{ASSET}: {A} Dataset for Tuning and Evaluation of Sentence Simplification Models with Multiple Rewriting Transformations",
    author = "Alva-Manchego, Fernando  and
      Martin, Louis  and
      Bordes, Antoine  and
      Scarton, Carolina  and
      Sagot, Beno{\^\i}t  and
      Specia, Lucia",
    booktitle = "Proceedings of the 58th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics",
    month = jul,
    year = "2020",
    address = "Online",
    publisher = "Association for Computational Linguistics",
    url = "https://www.aclweb.org/anthology/2020.acl-main.424",
    pages = "4668--4679",
}

This dataset card uses material written by Juan Diego Rodriguez.

Contributions

Thanks to @yjernite for adding this dataset.

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