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1. Vegetarians don't eat ________.


2. He ________ sandwiches for their lunch.


3. Armor is usually made of ________.


4. Have you ever eaten chow ________ noodles?


5. A ________ child is called a son.



6. She keeps her root vegetables in the base________.


7. The horse's ________ needs to be brushed daily.


8. These days it is not very common to have a ________ or a butler.


9. Do you ________ if I drive?


10. The law enforcement in a small town is done by a ________.


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    With discarded building supplies, marbles, bricks, tiles, pipes, seashells, costume jewelry and plastic animals, Brother Joseph Zoettl constructed more than 125 miniature reproductions of many of the worlds most famous religious structures and landmarks. The Benedictine monk of St. Bernard Abbey in Cullman, Ala., devoted some 50 years to the project. To pass the time, I started hobbies, he once said. After he made 5,000 small grottoes, which were sold to support the abbeys work, Zoettl began work on his magnum opus, the Ave Maria Grotto. Today, spread out across three acres of the abbeys forested grounds, stand tiny replicas of St. Peters Basilica, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, the grotto of St. Theresa, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, an Our Lady of Guadalupe shrine, the Great Wall of China and miniature versions of Jerusalem, Bethlehem and Rome, among others. He even crafted a mini St. Bernards Abbey, complete with the abbeys power station where he once worked shoveling coal.


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