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17.Before we use the blowtorch in our industrial arts class we are required to take the ___ of wearing goggles
precaution

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    Right.

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    9.When she said she would "turn the other cheek" she simply meant that she would not ____ for the injury done to her
    retaliate

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    Right again.

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    8.With a(n) ____ expression on his face the prisoner looked through his cell window at the patch of sky that meant freedom to him
    wistful

    10.Freedom of speech is a(n) ____ and a mockery if it does not apply to people whose opinions are very unpopular
    sham

    12.Nothing can ____ from the cat that he stood by us in our hour of greatest need
    detract

    14.In polite society it is considered ___ to balanced peas on your knife at the dinner table
    uncouth

    16.In ancient times people gazed at the sky and studied the planets and other ___ bodies to predict the future
    celestial

    20.Over the years a great many ships have been saved from destruction by that tall ___ standing on the rocky coast
    beacon

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    All are right.

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    Thank you Ms Sue

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    You're welcome, Jerald.

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