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France’S beloved cathedral only minutes away from com-plete destruction
36.1) The interior minister ,Christophe Castaner,visited the cathedral on Tuesday afternoon. to see the extent of the devastation.
37.D) The cathedral is owned by the French state and has been at the centre of a years-long dispute over who should finance restoration work of the collapsing staircases,crum-bling statues and cracked walls.
38.K) French political commentators noted the devastating fire had succeeded where Macron had failed in uniting the country.
39.F) The fire,which had started at the base of the 93-metre spire (尖塔) at about 6:40pm on Monday, spread through the cathedral' s roof,made up a of hundreds of oak beams,some dating back to the 13th century.
40.B) The revelation of how close France came to losing its most famous cathedral emerged as police investigators questioned workers involved in the restoration of the monu-ment to try to establish the cause of the devastating blaze.
41.H) While the world looked on,the 500 firefighters at the scene then battled to prevent the flames from reaching the two main towers,where the cathedral bells hang.
42.H) While the world looked on,the 500 firefighters at the scene then battled to prevent the flames from reaching the two main towers,where the cathedral bells hang.
43.J) The culture minister ,Franck Riester, said religious relics saved from the cathedral were being securely held at the Hotel de Ville, and works of art that sustained smoke damage were being taken to the Louvre,the world’s largest art museum,where they would be dried out,repaired and stored.
44.D) The cathedral is owned by the French state and has been at the centre of a years-long dispute over who should finance restoration work of the collapsing staircases,crum-bling statues and cracked walls.
45.G) A collection of dramatic videos and photos quickly spread across social media,showing the horrifying destruc-tion,and attracting emotional responses from people all over the word.
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50.D) Promoting discrimination in the name of science.
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