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1. Fulfilled


2. Gregory Peck means heck.


3. Expensive as________, I couldn't resist buying it.


4. Guide


5. Exhaustible



6. Fell'is transitive.


7. Hairy chest means test.


8. Fox


9. Fashionable


10. Fasten your seat belts- the plane's ________ to land.


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    Eschew the eating of flesh

    Flesh is often a carrier of disease germs. Diseases of many kinds are on the increase in the animals, making flesh foods more and more unsafe. People are continually eating flesh that may contain tuberculosis and cancerous germs. Often animals are taken to the market and sold for food when they are so diseased that their owners do not wish to keep them any longer. And some of the processes of fattening them to increase their weight and consequently their market value, produce disease. Shut away from light and pure air, breathing the atmosphere of filthy stables, perhaps fattening on decaying foods, the entire body now becomes contaminated with foul matter. If you do not eat meat, you are spared its contamination.


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