01. This toy was designed in the U.S., [manufactured] in China, and packaged in Mexico.
02. In the weeks preceding Christmas, toy [manufacturers] do a lot of advertising in order to increase their sales.
03. There are very few [manufacturing] industries in this city.
04. Japan is famous for the [manufacture] of quality cars.
05. Tony's small business [manufactures] children's toys.
06. Robots are now used in the [manufacture] of cars and trucks.
07. This country imports a lot of [manufactured] goods from China.
08. Norman Douglas once suggested that education is the state-controlled [manufacture] of echoes.
09. The Levi-Strauss Company, which makes blue jeans, is the world's largest [manufacturer] of clothing.
10. Recycled glass uses only two-thirds the energy needed to [manufacture] glass from scratch.
11. Tooth enamel is the hardest substance [manufactured] by the human body.
12. Chocolate [manufacturers] use 40 percent of the world's almonds.
13. Since the Lego Group began [manufacturing] children's blocks in 1949, more than 189 billion pieces in 2,000 different shapes have been produced.
14. Bricks are the oldest [manufactured] building material still in use; Egyptians used them 7,000 years ago.
15. Gas [manufactured] from coal was first produced early in the seventeenth century.
16. Nike is the top sporting goods [manufacturer] in the world, with a global market share of 35%.
17. All green plants [manufacture] food, which is eaten by others.
18. The industries of Taiwan export [manufactured] goods to markets throughout the world.
19. Our company [manufactures] over 20 different automotive products.
20. The student [manufactured] some silly story about her dog eating her homework, but the teacher didn't buy it.

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