01. A young man jumped on the [stage], and tried to attack the speaker before being grabbed by police.
02. Cam helped a high school class [stage] the musical "Oliver," and it was a great success.
03. Piaget described the different [stages] in the cognitive development of children.
04. Protesters [staged] a large demonstration against the World Trade Organization when it met in Seattle.
05. The space shuttle exploded in the first [stage] of its flight, killing all the astronauts onboard.
06. The children assembled on [stage] to sing the national anthem.
07. She is undergoing tests in order to determine the [stage] of development of her cancer.
08. Stonehenge was built in [stages] from about 2800 B.C. to about 1075 B.C.
09. Sigmund Freud believed that every child goes through a series of personality development [stages].
10. Shakespeare tells us that all the world's a [stage], And all the men and women merely players: They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts.
11. There are six different [stages] in a salmon's life cycle.
12. The children were all dressed as various fruits and vegetables as they danced across the [stage] in the school play.
13. In a rocket, thrust is periodically increased several times during take off by the ignition of a new [stage].
14. Lance Armstrong's win in the 11th [stage] of the Tour de France cycling race is enough to put the American in the lead, ahead of Joseba Beloki by 1:12.
15. In May of 1961, Major-General Chung-hee Park [staged] a military coup in South Korea, and ruled until his assassination in 1979.
16. The first [stage] in the search for oil is an aerial survey.
17. Sathya Sai Baba once noted that each work has to pass through these [stages] - ridicule, opposition and then acceptance.
18. David Suzuki notes that we humans are social beings, herd animals who depend on each other at every [stage] of our lives.
19. A landscape which is eroded by natural water systems will evolve through a series of predictable [stages].

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