01. Your bus pass is only [valid] until Saturday.
02. You must have a [valid] reason if you want to reschedule your test.
03. International observers question the [validity] of the election, given widespread accusations of election fraud.
04. My parking pass is only [valid] for another week.
05. You can't use the recreational facilities unless you have a [valid] sticker on your student card.
06. If you get your ticket [validated] by someone in a store where you have shopped, you can park for free.
07. I have yet to hear a really [valid] argument against the seatbelt law.
08. A sound knowledge of how research should be conducted leads to more [valid] results.
09. Your visitor's visa is [valid] for three months only.
10. Economist Milton Friedman once suggested that the only relevant test of the [validity] of a hypothesis is comparison of prediction with experience.
11. Your athletics pass is only [valid] for a few more days, so you should take advantage of it.
12. There are few [valid] reasons for not having your child immunized against disease.
13. All drivers must ensure that their vehicles have a [valid] and current license plate, and enough insurance.
14. In Burma, a couple need only live and eat together to become married, and the marriage is [valid] if the neighbors recognize it as such.
15. In March of 1990, the Soviet government ruled that Lithuania's declaration of independence was [invalid], and that Soviet law was still in force in the Baltic republic.
16. According to independent vote monitors, Serbia's first presidential elections since Slobodan Milosevic's removal from power were considered [invalid] because of low turnout.
17. Your Eurail pass is not [valid] in the United Kingdom.
18. A [valid] passport is the only legal form of I.D. which is accepted around the world.
19. Psychologists say that we like others who share our beliefs and attitudes because they [validate] these values, which further convinces us that our values are the best ones.
20. Improper controls during the testing procedure [invalidated] the results of the experiment.
21. Sharing your bus pass with someone else may [invalidate] it.

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