01. There is a small [artificial] lake for ducks in the center of the park.
02. There is no sugar in this gum; it only has [artificial] sweeteners.
03. Candy is full of [artificial] colors to make it attractive to children.
04. Terry Fox ran halfway across Canada on an [artificial] leg after losing his own leg to cancer.
05. Some athletes take drugs which [artificially] increase their heart rate and reaction time.
06. Rajiv is a very [artificial] person; he'll pretend he's your friend, but I don't think he really cares about anyone but himself.
07. The price of food in this country is kept [artificially] low by government subsidies.
08. Ralph Waldo Emerson once said that cities force growth, and make people talkative and entertaining, but they also make them [artificial].
09. Anthropologist Margaret Mead once observed that we need every human gift, and cannot afford to neglect any gift because of [artificial] barriers of sex or race or class or national origin.
10. Brooks Atkinson once said that writing is an [artificial] activity which is a lonely and private substitute for conversation.
11. More than 4 million [artificial] body parts have been installed in Americans.
12. Natural gas has no smell. The odor is [artificially] added so that people will be able to identify leaks, and take measures to stop them.
13. Kansai International Airport is built on an [artificial] island in Osaka Bay, Japan.
14. Caffeine stimulates the brain, and [artificially] lessens fatigue.
15. The Catholic religion forbids the use of [artificial] birth control.
16. Over 25,000 people have lost an arm or a leg to landmines in Angola, but the country is so poor that only a lucky few receive [artificial] limbs.
17. In March of 1983, Dr. Barney Clark died 112 days after receiving the world's first [artificial] heart.
18. Taoism considers the social world to be [artificial] and dishonest, and advocates a return to simplicity and harmony with the natural world.
19. Science has not yet succeeded in achieving anything resembling an [artificial] brain, but simple computerized networks have been developed showing brainlike properties.

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