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1. She's a workaholic; ________ works on Sundays.


2. I'll do it ________ it kills me.


3. He ate ________ and felt ill.


4. It's not ________ to sort things out.


5. I tried everything to contact her; ________ rang her mum.



6. The dinner was terrible so I ________ ate a little.


7. I left because I'd had __________ their arguing.


8. People say that the new law isn't ________


9. There weren't ________ to go round


10. I've ________ seen her do that.


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    Matarusal pav

    It is a dish made of green peas in a curry with onions, green chillies and sometimes garlic. Its eaten with a western style leavened bun or pav. Another form of Matar usal is made in konkan areas or by brahmins especially in Pune this has a gravy of coconut, coriander, gingergarlic and green chilly ground together and then fried into a Phodni. Some water and green peas are added and boiled till the peas are cooked and have absorbed the taste of all the condiments.


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