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43 Cards in this Set

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Sam ran into the house.
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After school, Don will do his homework or watch television.
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The efforts of the volunteers.
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How dirty their clothes get!
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Can't withdraw into their shells for protection.
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Size and swimming speed are their only defense.
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Jumping up and down.
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Her reign as queen lasted for more than sixty years.
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My neighbor Steve.
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Would you join us for lunch tomorrow?
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Villages along rivers and streams.
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They have never done anything dangerous.
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Both hamsters seem sick.
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The trail winds down the mountain.
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To the store.
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Your coat behind the door.
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The problems of sightless people.
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The biology class finished the project.
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Uncle Kane's daughter.
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Daily life in ancient Egypt.
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The feathers of the male golden eagle are a sign of bravery and speed.
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Sea turtles face many dangers.
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Some people call any bad-tempered horse a bronco.
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Those amazing acrobats.
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Beneath the surface.
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The two clowns.
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Before she left Janet called me.
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Egypt is situated in the northeastern section of Africa.
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May weigh up to three thousand pounds.
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Companionship and protection.
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A main part of the diet.
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Cheryl and John.
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Ms. Kelly gave the school a donation of 45 million dollars.
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Don't forget your camera.
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Turtle remains.
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Inside the birdhouse were two speckled eggs.
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Those swimmers practice for hours every day.
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From about 1290 to 1224 B.C.
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Seen the dinosaur bones.
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The man in the blue baseball hat is my father.
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Run to the door!
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The light of the moon.
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ARe your friends coming with us tomorrow?
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