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1. She's having a child


2. Smoking ________ a lot of harm


3. She's got two daughters


4. She's very ill and they say she's on her last ________


5. She's got a ________ Scottish accent.



6. She's ________ a baby.


7. So ________ said, so little done.


8. She's _________ to retire in the summer when she reaches the age.


9. She's sitting ________ an armchair


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