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1. The past participle of 'have'is ________

2. The past participle of 'see'is ________

3. The past participle of 'think'is ________

4. The pink pound is a term used in the UK to describe the economic power of gay people.

5. The photcopier has packed ________ again so I can't make the copies.

6. The past participle of 'lie'is ________

7. The pedestrian was ________ down and killed by a lorry

8. The past participle of 'ride'is ________

9. The past participle of 'wring'is ________

10. The people who arrived late missed lunch

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    King Mahabali & Onam

    The legend of King Mahabali is the most popular and the most fascinating of all legends behind Onam. Onam celebrates the visit of King Mahabali to the state of Kerala every year. The festival is celebrated with fervour as King Mahabali is greatly respected by his subjects. King Mahabali is also popularly called Maveli and Onathappan.The story goes that the beautiful state of Kerala was once ruled by an Asura demon king, Mahabali. The King was greatly respected in his kingdom and was considered to be wise, judicious and extremely generous. It is said that Kerala witnessed its golden era in the reign of King Mahabali. Everybody was happy in the kingdom, there was no discrimination on the basis of caste or class. Rich and poor were equally treated.

    There was neither crime, nor corruption. People did not even lock their doors, as there were no thieves in that kingdom. There was no poverty, sorrow or disease in the reign of King Mahabali and everybody was happy and content.Disguised as Vamana, Vishnu said he was a poor Brahmin and asked for a piece of land. The generous King said, he could have as much land as he wanted. The Brahmin said that he just wanted as much land as could be covered by his three steps. The King was surprised to hear but agreed.A learned adviser of the King, Shukracharya sensed that Vamana was not an ordinary person and warned the King against making the promise. But, the generous King replied that it would be a sin for a King to back on his words and asked the Brahmin to take the land. The King could not imagine that the dwarf Brahmin was Lord Vishnu himself.

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