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1. It's ________ work.


2. Odeon Cinema


3. Lakes


4. She has ___ understanding of the subject.


5. Tate Gallery



6. Slovakia


7. Lake District


8. My mother is allergic to ________ cigarette smoke


9. Museums


10. Parks


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    Hoe

    There are also a vast range of hoes and the one you choose will depend on the job you have in mind you might want to plant vegetables in wide, straight rows, or your garden might contain a tight, narrow planted perennial bed. Also, the way you like to use a hoe might determine your choice, i.e. do you want to push it away from you or draw it towards you.There are oscillating hoes, tined hoes and many other varieties but the one you ll most recognise is the common or garden hoe which has a short, flat head or blade which is much narrower than a spade or shovel. If you are cultivating vegetables, especially, you ll not be able to live without your hoe and many keen gardeners have more than one type.


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