To: Ms. Sue

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Ms. Sue you know the matching activity I did the day before yesterday right, well Inukshuk went with :human figures used as markers. It means human figures serving as landmarks. Just to let you know, I posted this, thanks again, and domesticated went with :controlled and used by humans

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    Ok. Thank you for the update.

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