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1. I was sickened ________ the sight.


2. What was the cause ________ the problem?


3. She's eager ________ a solution.


4. There has been a fall ________ prices.


5. I was happy ________ them.



6. She's hungry ________ success.


7. What's up ________ them?


8. She's sick ________ her job


9. I'm tired ________ studying all the time.


10. They were found guilty ________ fraud.


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