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1. Before you can claim any money back on overpayment of tax, you have to ________ an application form.


2. There is an additional ________ added to the price of the product if you want to have it delivered to your house.


3. If you are self-employed, it is your responsibility to ________ how much tax you should legally pay.


4. Each year the Chancellor of the Exchequer stands up in the House of Commons and gives a ________ of what is seen as the economic outlook for the country.


5. The figures that have just been published by the company's accountants will give management some kind of ________ on how sales are going.



6. In order to cut down the expenses of compiling and sending out the invoices, you need to employ an ________ administrator.


7. The company were very quick to point out it was their fault we had been sent the wrong invoice and they ________ it immediately.


8. ________ it has not been a bad year as our costs are well down on last year's.


9. She was in such a state of extreme nervousness when she was ________ for the interview that she burst into tears.


10. They were so impressed with the way she reacted to their questions that they didn't ________ to offer her the job.


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    Hyacinthus Botryoides

    The Hyacinthus botryoides, a native of Italy, and cultivated in the time of Gerard and Parkinson, is now become scarce with us, being only to be accidentally met with in long established gardens, we first saw it in the garden of our very worthy and much valued friend, Mr. John Chorley, of Tottenham, to whose lady my collection stands indebted for several rare and valuable plants.This species increases sufficiently fast by offsets, but in the open border does not very readily produce flowering stems as both it and the racemosus are apt to become troublesome in a garden from their great increase, we would recommend their bulbs to be placed in moderately sized pots filled with light earth, and plunged in the borders where they are designed to flower, in the autumn they should be regularly taken out, the offsets thrown away, and about half a dozen of the largest bulbs left, all of which will most probably flower at the usual time, the end of March or beginning of April.Parkinson, who most admirably describes this and the racemosus, enumerates three varieties, viz. the white, the blush coloured, and the branched, the first is frequently imported with other bulbs from Holland, the second and third we have not seen, the latter, if we may judge from Parkinsons fig. in his Parad. is a most curious plant, and was obtained, as Clusius reports, from seeds of the white variety, whether it now exists is deserving of inquiry.The botryoides differs from the racemosus, in having its leaves upright, its bunch of flowers smaller, the flowers themselves larger, rounder, of a paler and brighter blue.


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