Questions 15 - them. 81. They both thought they were mean...

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Questions 15 76. Putting your elbows on the table. The other person could take your elbows and bang them against the table. 77. When Jack burped and said that dad did it all the time so dad blushed. 78. It was during one of the children music recitals 79. They had bill hide under the table and punch and lick aunt Anne. 80. They got the test answers from there mom and memorized
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Unformatted text preview: them. 81. They both thought they were mean and ungrateful children. Definitions 104. Freedom from affectation 105. Retaliation for an injury with the intent of inflicting at least as much injury in return 106. A dog considered to be inferior or undesirable 107. Something added to another, more important thing; an appendage 108. To give a thrashing to; beat...
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