You are going to read an article about a special Nobel awards ceremony. In most lines there is one word that should not be there. It is either grammatically incorrect or does not fit in with the sense of the text. Read the text and then copy the extra word in the space provided after each line. Some lines are correct. Indicate these lines with an "OK". The task begins with two examples (0).
Ig NOBEL PRIZES 2009

Quiz

0) The nation can hold its head up high. Once more again, Britons have 0) more
0) been honoured in the annual Ig Nobel awards ceremony. It was first 0) √
1) held out in 1991 to honour scientific work “that cannot or should not
2) be reproduced”, but has since that gained a higher purpose:
3) acknowledging work that “first makes people laugh, and then makes
4) them think.” This year's winners were allowed no any more than 60
5) seconds as to deliver their acceptance speech, a time limit enforced
6) by an eight-year-old girl. Catherine Douglas and Peter Rowlinson
7) from Newcastle University need share the prize for Veterinary
8) Medicine for the groundbreaking discovery that by giving cows
9) names such as Daisy increases their milk yield. “It's got the highlight
10) of my career,” said Douglas. “The work amused the public, and, at all
11) the same time, addressed a serious animal welfare issue.” The Public
12) Health prize that was awarded to Elena Bodnar of Hinsdale, Illinois,
13) for a bra that, in case an emergency, can be converted into a pair of
gas masks, one for the owner and one for a needy bystander.
(http://news.bbc.co.uk)