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1. It cost ________ than I thought.


2. I ________ my computer down and went home.


3. It was a ________ day for me when I lost my job.


4. The shop's having a _________-down sale next week.


5. The road was ________ because of an accident earlier.



6. A ________-eyed boy is somebody's favourite and given preferential treatment.


7. I'd like some ________ information about your courses.


8. The police ________ the case because they had no evidence or leads.


9. He got angry, the ________ mist came down, and then there was trouble.


10. I'm going ________ at the new hairdresser's


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    The Palani Hills are a mountain range in Tamil Nadu state of South India. The Palani Hills are an eastward extension of the Western Ghats ranges, which run parallel to the west coast of India. The Palani Hills adjoin the high Anamalai range on the west, and extend east into the plains of Tamil Nadu, covering an area of 2,068 square kilometres (798 sq mi). The highest part of the range is in the southwest, and reaches 1,800-2,500 metres (5,906-8,202 feet) elevation; the eastern extension of the range is made up of hills 1,000-1,500 m (3,281-4,921 ft) high. It is also home to one of the shrines of Lord Karthikeyan or Murugan, who is worshipped as the primary god in Tamil Nadu.


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