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2. He started to ___ as he thought about what the thug had done to his wife.
3. He decided that the ___ to crime is not rehabilitation--it's extermination.
5. Graffiti is ___-painted on every surface you can see in some parts of the city.
8. People with ___ tuberculosis (TB) must be treated with antibiotics for up to six months.
11. Q: Why did you ___ me up? It's Saturday. A: Because you're going to be late for work--it's Friday!
13. If I had a ___, I would drive a new car instead of this hunk of junk.
14. The wooden bridge looked safe, but most of the beams were ___ted through because of weather and insects.


1. The actor ___ Gibson used his own money to pay for the production of "The Passion of Christ," which was a huge success. A song has two parts: lyrics and ___ody.
2. A picnic attracts a lot of ___ and ants. (Bring fly swatters and bug spray.)
3. A: Phew! What ___s? B: Oh, it's that little green fruit with the hard seeds in it. It smells bad, but it tastes good.
4. Unlike the dark brown eyes of her sister, Sara's eyes were ___, with just a touch of green.
6. If your cat pees on your living room ___, you might have to rip out the ___ and replace it. (Sometimes you have to replace the wood beneath the ___!)
7. The past ___ tense always includes the auxiliary verb "had." (I had studied before the teacher postponed the test.)
9. ___s have six legs; spiders have eight legs. Therefore, a spider is not an ___.
10. Some vegetarians eat dairy products and fish, but they don't eat fowl or ___.
12. ___ works in mysterious ways. --Popular expression, often used when something bad happens.