01. One way that AIDS is [transmitted] is through unprotected sex.
02. The concert was [transmitted] by satellite to over 100 different countries.
03. It is not true that mosquitoes can [transmit] AIDS to people.
04. Cold germs can be [transmitted] by shaking hands after touching your nose or mouth.
05. The [transmission] of computer data along phone lines has been greatly improved by the use of fiber-optics.
06. The [transmission] of certain sexually-transmitted diseases can be greatly reduced through the use of condoms.
07. His car has a five-speed [transmission].
08. Tolstoy once said that art is the [transmission] of feeling the artist has experienced.
09. Someone once suggested that life is a sexually-[transmitted] terminal condition.
10. Islam is a revealed religion, [transmitted] directly by Allah to his messenger, the Prophet Muhammad.
11. Dog bites rank second behind sexually [transmitted] diseases as the most costly health problem in the United States.
12. Scientists tell us that kissing rarely [transmits] colds because the cold viruses do not live comfortably in the mouth.
13. Teachers act as the major vehicle for [transmitting] the school curriculum and associated values to children.
14. Television is a major [transmitter] of culture and information in modern society.
15. About 80% of adult HIV infections worldwide are [transmitted] through unprotected sex.
16. Three children in India die from water-[transmitted] diseases every minute.
17. In Somalia, television broadcasts are only [transmitted] for 2 to 3 hours per day.
18. Unlike men, the women of the Bahamas cannot [transmit] Bahamian citizenship to their foreign-born spouses.
19. In 1996, the British government admitted for the first time that mad cow disease could be [transmitted] to humans.
20. The British Broadcasting Corporation began [transmitting] overseas in December of 1932.
21. Sathya Sai Baba once remarked that when heart speaks to heart, it is love that is [transmitted].
22. Buddhists believe that the true realization of the mind is only possible when [transmitted] from the heart of the teacher to the heart of the student.
23. Genes are a means of [transmitting] characteristics from one generation to the next, thereby continuing the species.
24. Humans use language to [transmit] thoughts, feelings and needs to others.
25. Medical experts warn that the only effective method of controlling widespread HIV [transmission] is to prevent risk-taking behavior.
26. Neurons are individual cells in the nervous system which receive, [transmit] and integrate information.

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