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will some one please!!!! please!!! help me I'm doing wacky wordies, only have 3 to do!!!

decimal decimal decimal
ed ot overs
pos'-i'-tive'
thanks so much!!

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example- tax GAINS= tax on big gains,
cof fee= coffee break
job in job= in between job

thanks!!

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oh wow haha that is hard! hmmm.

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in the 10th

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