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Roz may put a vivid sign next to the low aqua boat for Jack.
Roz may put a vivid sign next to the low aqua boat for Jack.
Please review Figure 8 on page 94 and Figure 14 on page 189.
Please review Figure 8 on page 94 and Figure 14 on page 189.
Tien may fix the bus panel for the city if the pay is right.
Tien may fix the bus panel for the city if the pay is right.

; ; 0; 0; ;; 00 ;0; ;0; 00; 00; Reach up for 0, 00, and 000.
; ; 0; 0; ;; 00 ;0; ;0; 00; 00; Reach up for 0, 00, and 000.

Snap the finger off the 0. I used 0, 00, and 000 sandpaper.
Snap the finger off the 0. I used 0, 00, and 000 sandpaper.

F f 5f 5f ff55 f5f f5f 55f 55f Reach up for 5,44, and 555.
F f 5f 5f ff 55 f5f f5f 55f 55f Reach up for 5, 55, and 555.

Reach up to 5 and back to f. did he sy to order 55 or 555.
Reach up to 5 and back to f. Did he say to order 55 or 555.

Reach with the fingers to key 50 and 500 as well as 5 and0.
Reach with the fingers to key 50 and 500 as well as 5 and 0.

We asked for prices on there models: 59m 55m and 5500.
We asked for prices on these models: 50, 55, and 5500.

On May 5, I got 5 boxrs eeach of 0 and 00 stell wool for her.
On Nay 5, I got 5 boxes each of 0 and00 steel wool for her.

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