01. You'd better [register] for the course pretty soon before it fills up.
02. [Registration] for fall programs begins on August first.
03. You must [register] in order to be eligible to vote in the coming federal election.
04. The government has a [register] of all the births, deaths and marriages which have occurred in the state.
05. The movie star [registered] at the hotel under a false name so that no one would bother him.
06. The earthquake that hit Osaka [registered] 3.2 on the Richter scale.
07. She told me her name, but it just didn't [register] until she mentioned that we had met before at a conference.
08. Edward Gibbon once said that history is little more than the [register] of the crimes, follies, and misfortunes of mankind.
09. The human tongue [registers] bitter tastes 10,000 times more strongly than sweet tastes.
10. Duelling is legal in Paraguay as long as both parties are [registered] blood donors.
11. Vivian Malone and James Hood both [registered] for classes in 1963 to become the University of Alabama's first black students.
12. If you expect to stay in a foreign country for more than three months, you should [register] with the local American government office so that you can be reached in case of an emergency.
13. In various studies, between two-thirds and three quarters of the workers surveyed [registered] satisfaction with their jobs.
14. A recent survey of standard English-language dictionary words found that 93 percent of them have been [registered] as dot-coms.
15. There were 6,600 traffic fatalities in the United States in 1913 for 2.5 million [registered] vehicles.
16. Around 800 new cars are [registered] in Bangkok, Thailand every day.
17. If you are [registering] as a new voter, complete the following application.
18. In Mongolia, weddings consist of a formal signing of the marriage [register] at county headquarters, followed by a family feast.
19. In 1876, the first British trademark was [registered] - to Bass Pale Ale, a popular brand of beer.
20. More than 40,000 companies were [registered] in the Cayman Islands as of 1998.
21. Two separate forms are required to [register] an unincorporated business.
22. You must [register] your business with the appropriate federal or provincial tax authorities.
23. You will be [deregistered] if your application fee is not received within 24 hours.

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