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    1. Georges has taken over his father's company, a golden business, and now works .

    2. "You're clean! You're , Phil, I warned you, but you're just doing what you want! This girl is a profiteer and she pigeonholed you, to shift the blame onto you."

    3. In this country, support for the creation of micro-enterprises makes it possible to set them up one's company even when there is no capital of .

    4. Angelo has neglected himself since his divorce: he has no .

    5. Gérard and Bernadette's kitchen was not what you would call a space to cook in because it was never .

    6. The bedroom had been bricked, : at Wilma's you could eat on the floor without any hesitation!

    7. You know Kevin, , your word is inappropriate. Figuratively, you could say, "...".

    8. "No, ! " - " What's up to you ? " - "The dog 's just dragged himself through the mud!"

    9. A craftsman works , he can choose his hours, his place of work, but he is the only one responsible for the viability of his company: he depends not on a boss but on the loyalty of his customers!

    10. A passenger carrying drugs follows customs officers for a search. His behaviour is . The dogs flush out "the mules", fortunately!

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