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1. Don't be ________ silly

2. It cost ________ much!

3. Don't be ________ an idiot

4. I'll only take ___ much nonsense from them.

5. The food was ________ bad that we had to complain

6. The film was ________ dull that we left halfway through

7. I didn't know that it was ________ a long way from my house

8. She works ________ quickly

9. It was ________ an interesting book that I couldn't sleep until I had finished it

10. It's ________ hot in that club

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    Swargarohini is a mountain massif in the Bandarpunch Range of the Garhwal Himalaya. It lies in the Uttarkashi District of the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, west of the Gangotri group of peaks. It comprises four separate peaks; Swargarohini I is the main peak, and is the subject of this article. While not particularly high by Himalayan standards, and not the highest in the Bandarpunch range, Swargarohini I is notable for its dramatic local relief. For example, its north face drops 2,000 metres (6,560 ft) in less than 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) of horizontal distance, and its south face achieves the same drop in less than 3 kilometres (1.9 mi). This makes it a steep and challenging climb. Swargarohini I has two summits, east and west. The east summit is given an elevation of 6,247 m (20,495 ft), slightly lower than the west summit. However the first ascensionists of the west summit claim that that summit is the higher of the two. This snow-clad peak along is the source of the Tons River and along with the Bandarpunch massif it acts as a divider between the Yamuna and the Bhagirathi Rivers.

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