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1. It was bigger ___ I expected.


2. It was ________ disaster.


3. It ________ done; it's far too difficult


4. It was a ________ success.


5. It was made ________ the Netherlands.



6. It was ________ of a shock when he passed first time


7. It was the first time she had tried a virtual reality game


8. It was ________ the corner of the room.


9. It ________ good.


10. It was a ________ story.


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    Description

    The beautiful leaves of the kale plant provide an earthy flavor and more nutritional value for fewer calories than almost any other food around. Although it can be found in markets throughout the year, it is in season from the middle of winter through the beginning of spring when it has a sweeter taste and is more widely available. Kale is a leafy green vegetable that belongs to the Brassica family, a group of vegetables including cabbage, collards, and Brussels sprouts that have gained recent widespread attention due to their health promoting, sulfur containing phytonutrients. It is easy to grow and can grow in colder temperatures where a light frost will produce especially sweet kale leaves. There are several varieties of kale; these include curly kale, ornamental kale, and dinosaur (or Lacinato or Tuscan) kale, all of which differ in taste, texture, and appearance. The scientific name for kale is Brassica oleracea.


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