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1. The robbers broke ________ the shop and looted it.


2. The accused said that he canít call ________ the whole events.


3. Could you blow ________ the candle?


4. I will be indebted ________ you for life.


5. He fell ________ the ladder.



6. He congratulated me ________ my exam results.


7. I donít think we can bank ________ him.


8. He is guilty ________ theft.


9. She broke ________ in the middle of her speech.


10. She accused me ________ stealing her flowers.


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