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1. As ___, I haven't has time to call her.


2. They managed it ________ the fact that I wasn't there.


3. ________ in ________, it was a success.


4. I was tired, ___ I managed to finish it.


5. They spent _________ time arguing.



6. They managed it ________ I wasn't there.


7. ________ of the opportunity, no one bothered.


8. ________ anybody there?


9. It ________ impossible.


10. The ________ family was there.


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