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    1. My friend has already gone , though he is hardly thirty now.

    2. I for an ice-cream though it was winter and was punished for it.

    3. This of musicians needs to be encouraged for their extraordinary performance

    4. They have been from joining us for their indecent behaviour.

    5. Shakespeare was a of no ordinary credentials.

    6. The enormous-sizes wall their entry.

    7. He is a rather unsuccessful of his own boring book.

    8. The of his is stashed with books. What a funny place to keep one's books in!

    9. The these flowers give out is rather disagreeable.

    10. He is always so cheerful though all he has as his wealth is a mere .

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