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Superhero Almanac: Superman
OCCUPATION [1]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [22]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [2]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [23]_______________________
VERB [3]_______________________ BODY PART [24]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [4]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [25]_______________________
NOUN [5]_______________________ NOUN (PLURAL) [26]_______________________
PLACE [6]_______________________ ANIMAL [27]_______________________
NOUN [7]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [28]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [8]_______________________ LETTER [29]_______________________
ADVERB [9]_______________________ VERB [30]_______________________
EVENT (PLURAL) [10]_______________________ NOUN (PLURAL) [31]_______________________
VERB ENDING IN "ED" [11]_______________________ NOUN [32]_______________________
VEHICLE [12]_______________________ NOUN (PLURAL) [33]_______________________
NOUN (PLURAL) [13]_______________________ COLOR [34]_______________________
VERB [14]_______________________ BODY PART (PLURAL) [35]_______________________
FAMOUS PERSON [15]_______________________ ANIMAL [36]_______________________
NOUN [16]_______________________ NOUN (PLURAL) [37]_______________________
OCCUPATION [17]_______________________ VERB [38]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [18]_______________________ NOUN [39]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [19]_______________________ TYPE OF MEASUREMENT [40]_______________________
NOUN [20]_______________________ VERB ENDING IN "ING" [41]_______________________
ADVERB [21]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [42]_______________________


NOTE: Some words may occur more than once.


Superman is the sole           [1]           of the planet Krypton. His father, Jor-El, discovered that a           [2]           chain reaction was building inside Krypton that would soon           [3]           the entire world. Jor-El therefore had his           [4]           son Kal-El removed from the Kryptonian Gestation Chambers and affixed the life           [5]           containing Kal-El to an experimental vessel for travel through hyperspace. Jor-El launched the starcraft toward           [6]           just before Krypton exploded.

Superman was, in effect, born on           [6]           when the starcraft landed there. Jonathan and Martha Kent found the           [7]           inside the vessel and brought him to their farm in           [8]          ville, Kansas. Since he appeared entirely human, the Kents assumed that the           [8]           was a victim of a cruel experiment. At this time the           [8]           had no super powers. The Kents named the           [8]           Clark and raised him as their own son.

Clark initially used his powers           [9]           to help people and prevent or thwart           [10]          . Ultimately, he was           [11]           to use his powers in public to prevent the crash of a NASA           [12]          . Thereafter he and his foster           [13]           devised a new costumed secret identity he would           [14]           when using his abilities in public. They called his new persona "Superman," the name given him by           [15]          , a reporter for the Metropolis Daily           [16]           who had been aboard the           [16]          .

Shortly afterward, Clark obtained a job as a           [17]           for the Daily           [20]           by turning in his first           [18]           story about Superman. He currently enjoys a           [19]           status with the           [20]          .

He possesses a tremendous           [20]          ; while Superman`s           [27]           is not infinite, its full extent is so great that it has never been           [21]           measured. His body is virtually           [22]          . Superman`s sharp senses enable him to hear sounds too           [23]           to be detected by the normal human           [24]          . His "telescopic vision" enables him to focus his sight on           [25]                     [26]           far beyond the range of normal           [27]           sight. His "          [28]           vision" allows him to observe an object in           [36]           detail. Superman`s so called "          [29]          -ray vision" enables him to           [30]           clearly through solid objects. Certain dense           [31]          , notably           [32]          , obstruct this ability. His power to generate           [33]           within objects manifests itself as a           [34]           glow within his           [35]          , and is therefore known as "          [42]           vision."

Superman can move, react, and think at super          [36]           speeds greater than that of           [37]          . He can defy gravity and           [38]           through force of will. Superman`s irradiated cells generate a force           [39]           that extends for a fraction of an           [40]           around his body,           [41]           any material within the field nearly           [30]          , such as his skin           [42]           costume.
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