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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #19066: Human body
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    1. There were a (                 ) and crossbones on the pirates' flags.
    2. Either of the two bones that moves when you eat. (           )
    3. When he heard the noise he looked back over his (                          ) .
    4. According to the Bible God took one of Adam's (              ) to make a woman.
    5. It may become painful if you play tennis for too long. (                 )
    6. He wore a silver bracelet on his (                 ) .
    7. He went down on one (              ) and asked her to marry him.
    8. She stumbled and twisted her (                 ) .
    9. Achille died because his (              ) was vulnerable.
    10. You walk on your (              ) to move very silently.

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