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also known as The Worldwide Web; a public computer network that has changed life for those in the developed world
  • He moved to his desk, still wearing his pajama bottoms, sat down, and logged onto the Internet.
    Part 1 (4% in)
  • These hints might take the form of poems, writings, drawings, Internet posts, or threats made in person or in absentia.
    Part 1 (38% in)
  • While the class worked on the review sheet, Mrs. Rasmussin surfed the Internet.
    Part 1 (42% in)
  • She thought of something she'd read on the Internet-how sometimes, when it came to grief, you could take one step forward and then three steps back.
    Part 1 (51% in)
  • She wondered why the Internet did not add that when someone you loved was hurting, it cut you right to the bone, too.
    Part 1 (51% in)
  • Did you monitor his Internet use?
    Part 1 (52% in)
  • We had long talks about chat rooms and how unsafe the Internet can be, but Peter had a good head on his shoulders.
    Part 1 (52% in)
  • I didn't know it was heroin until I looked it up on the Internet.
    Part 1 (52% in)
  • It hadn't been hard to find out about the Front Runner, thanks to Internet chat rooms.
    Part 1 (69% in)
  • He logged onto the Internet, because he wanted to see if anyone out there had given him more feedback on Hide-n-Shriek.
    Part 2 (48% in)

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