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When the frame is finished, the spider fixes lines of silk across it, just like the spokes of a bicycle wheel.
You can't have it both ways.
Let's arrange for a 7:00 a.m. wake-up call.
Slide down the hill while distributing your weight equally on both skis.
She put him under a spell.
She put on dark glasses to protect her eyes from the sun.
She put the chain on the door and opened it a crack.
She put the blanket over the child sleeping on the sofa.
She tied up the parcel with string.
She put a kettle on the gas.
They built a bridge across the river.
He put on sunglasses to protect his eyes from ultraviolet rays.
He put a Closed sign on the front door of the store.
He put his foot on the brake suddenly.
He's built all his hopes on this book being published.
His car cost him upward of ten thousand dollars.
Put some salt on your meat.
Two senior officials are suspected of accepting bribes from real estate companies.
An iron bridge was built across the river.
The village people built a wooden bridge across the river.

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