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Chapter 11. Phrases: Prime-Time Players > Verbal Phrases: Talk Soup - Pg. 110

Phrases: Prime-Time Players 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 110 Isadora Duncan, a great American dancer of the early twentieth century, has become almost as famous for her death as her dancing. John Styth Pemberton, an Atlanta pharmacist, created the original Coca-Cola in 1886. No punctuation change needed. King Louis XIV of France, a ballet dancer from the time he was a teenager, established the Royal Ballet Company. Robert Benchley, the American humorist and critic, was a member of the Algonquin table of noted wits. Nellie Melba, a famous Australian soprano of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, gave her name to a snack food called "melba toast." The centaur, a mythological creature, is said to feast on raw flesh and prodigious amounts of liquor. No punctuation change needed. Ferrets, a domesticated variety of polecats, were first tamed in 1500 B.C.E. by the Egyptians. No punctuation change needed. Take My Word for It