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1. Never I have seen anything like it.


2. On the weekend I like to ________ down and relax from the stresses of my job


3. My project, that I spend most of my spare time on, is nearly complete.


4. Offensive


5. Never in ________ years!



6. My house is ________ the end of the street.


7. My neighbours ________ too much noise


8. No one ________ able to finish it on time.


9. No sooner ________ than I realised what was going on.


10. Nothing that she does shocks me now.


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    The la partage roulette rule is similar to the en prison rule, only in this case the player loses half the bet and does not have the option of leaving the bet en prison for another spin. This refers to the outside even money bets Red/Black, High/Low, Odd/Even and applies when the outcome is zero. Both the La Partage and the En Prison roulette rules essentially cut the casino edge on the even money bets in half. So a bet on Red on a single zero roulette table with the la partage rule or the en prison rule has a 1.35% House edge and one on a double zero roulette table has a House edge of 2.63%.


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