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1. I need something ________ a few quotes to prove my case.


2. We stopped playing tennis ________ the rain


3. She asked me if she could ________ my camera for the party.


4. My supporters sat ________ me.


5. Things are different now- those days have long ________



6. They fire a gun to indicate the ________ of the race.


7. I'll speak to him tomorrow- he's ________ home.


8. My car wouldn't ________ this morning, so I had to come by bus.


9. His parents are very worried- he's ________ missing for a week now.


10. It's raining- could I ________ an umbrella?


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    Man's Way of Helping Himself:
    If an inclined plane is pushed underneath or within an object, it serves as a wedge. Usually a wedge consists of two inclined planes.

    A chisel and an ax are illustrations of wedges. Perhaps the most universal form of a wedge is our common pin. Can you explain how this is a wedge?

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