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01. He works inputting [data] into a computer all day.
02. We will need to examine a lot more [data] before we can make any conclusions.
03. The most recent period for which [data] is available is between March and July.
04. They have a lot of [data], but they don't have an organized system to use it or analyze it.
05. He just sits at a desk all day inputting [data] into a computer.
06. Gerry has created a vocabulary [data]base which looks at essential English vocabulary in context.
07. You need to examine a lot more [data] before you can reach any conclusion.
08. Marshall McLuhan once said that the more the [data] banks record about each one of us, the less we exist.
09. Heinrich W. Brandes made the first weather map in 1815, based on [data] gathered in 1783.
10. Analysis of [data] is a difficult and complicated process.
11. According to advertising [data], nearly 80 percent of Japanese ads use celebrities, the majority being local stars.
12. Studies show that thirty-two percent of computer [data] loss cases are due to human error.
13. In 1996, [data] sent back by the Galileo space probe indicated there may be water on one of Jupiter's moons.
14. The nation of Burma has been described as [data] poor, and official statistics are often dated and inaccurate.
15. Computer hard disks can store much greater amounts of [data] than floppy disks.
16. A computer virus is a form of software which can infect your system, and potentially destroy your [data].
17. Once observations are complete, the [data] need to be organized and summarized into a form that allows for interpretation.
18. The Internet was born in 1969 when researchers linked two computers using a 15-foot cable, testing a new way for exchanging [data] over networks.
19. Scientists did not have enough [data] to present a clear picture of the regional characteristics of the ocean floor until about fifty years ago.
20. Colin Powell once said that experts often possess more [data] than judgment.

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