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1. Many students find it hard to ________ credit.


2. Lovely


3. Many similar examples ________ be seen in the text, but I would like to focus on this one.


4. Milan is ________ Italy


5. May I come in?



6. Mrs Wright ________ the meeting


7. Lonely


8. Modest


9. Marriage can tie you ________


10. Most people leave a ________ in restaurants.


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  • Benefits of Turnips

    Vitamins and minerals

    When it comes to essential vitamins and minerals, there is a laundry list of stuff found in turnips that will dazzle healthminded food shoppers. Theres plenty of vitamins A and C, as well as a bit of vitamin E and an astonishing amount of vitamin K, an element handy in blood coagulation. The vitamin K levels are actually one thing that dieters should be aware of with this food, as some existing medical conditions can require avoiding extreme vitamin levels. If youre sensitive to coagulants or on blood thinners, talk to your doctor about weighing the benefits if introducing turnips or similar foods to your plate.


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