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Ms. Fillmer explained with such ____- how to go about changing a tire that I felt that even someone as clumsy as I could do it
For school subject I meant to put English, sorry. Math was just saved on it
The high standard of excellence that the woman had set for herself left her no ___ for mistakes
None of us could possibly overlook the ____ error that the waiter had made in adding up our check
No matter what you may say you cannot _____ me to do something that I know is wrong
Only leeway is correct. The other two are wrong.