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Table 6: 
Example wiki paragraphs, rated for predicted difficulty by the weighted-softmax passage model.
δCandidate Item Text
90 A related problem for aerobic organisms is oxidative stress. Here, processes including oxidative phosphorylation and the formation of disulfide bonds during protein folding produce reactive oxygen species such as hydrogen peroxide. These damaging oxidants are removed by antioxidant metabolites such as glutathione, and enzymes such as catalases and peroxidases. 
 
50 In 1948, Harry Truman ran for a second term as President against Thomas Dewey. He was the underdog and everyone thought he would lose. The Chicago Tribune published a newspaper on the night of the election with the headline “Dewey Defeats Truman.” To everyone’s surprise, Truman actually won. 
 
10 Minneapolis is a city in Minnesota. It is next to St. Paul, Minnesota. St. Paul and Minneapolis are called the “Twin Cities” because they are right next to each other. Minneapolis is the biggest city in Minnesota with about 370,000 people. People who live here enjoy the lakes, parks, and river. The Mississippi River runs through the city. 
δCandidate Item Text
90 A related problem for aerobic organisms is oxidative stress. Here, processes including oxidative phosphorylation and the formation of disulfide bonds during protein folding produce reactive oxygen species such as hydrogen peroxide. These damaging oxidants are removed by antioxidant metabolites such as glutathione, and enzymes such as catalases and peroxidases. 
 
50 In 1948, Harry Truman ran for a second term as President against Thomas Dewey. He was the underdog and everyone thought he would lose. The Chicago Tribune published a newspaper on the night of the election with the headline “Dewey Defeats Truman.” To everyone’s surprise, Truman actually won. 
 
10 Minneapolis is a city in Minnesota. It is next to St. Paul, Minnesota. St. Paul and Minneapolis are called the “Twin Cities” because they are right next to each other. Minneapolis is the biggest city in Minnesota with about 370,000 people. People who live here enjoy the lakes, parks, and river. The Mississippi River runs through the city. 
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