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Question 10 46. He thought they should be insolated from the rest of the family. She filled and saturated a white bag with camphor. 47. Mr. Bones 48. He put red ink on his face and pretended that he had the measles. 49. The operators would walk around the table to much, while they were getting a tool the other hand wasn’t working at all, and the nurses weren’t really helping. 50. To have Dr. Burton take out there tonsils and take moving pictures of him. 51. He thought he had Martha because her tonsils her ok. 52. He thought it was no big deal. He felt terrible and hated it 53. He thought he was drunk. 54. He has forgotten to take of the lenses cap. He was furious Definitions
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Unformatted text preview: 72. Prevention of or protective treatment for disease 73. An aromatic crystalline compound, C 10 H 16 O, obtained naturally from the wood or leaves of the camphor tree or synthesized and used as an insect repellent, in the manufacture of film, plastics, lacquers, and explosives, and in medicine chiefly in external preparations to relieve mild pain and itching. 74. To affirm positively; declare 75. Any of a class of organic compounds in which two hydrocarbon groups are linked by an oxygen atom 76. Any of several related plants in the mint family, such as the bee balm and the horse balm. 78. A sudden feeling of sickness, faintness, or nausea...
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