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1. The man ________ wanted to see you left a few minutes ago


2. The man ________ interviewed me seemed friendly enough.


3. This is the house ________ I grew up in.


4. She failed the exam, ________ came as a great surprise to us all


5. Two guys, ________ car had broken down, asked me for a lift



6. The British Prime Minister, ________ was interviewed yesterday, denied responsibility.


7. The man ________ house was robbed has still not been paid by the insurance company


8. You'll have to speak to the person ________ is in charge


9. The house ________ they have rented is in the centre of town.


10. The school, ________ has seven hundred students, had the bext exam results in the country last year.


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