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1. _________ I was tired, I managed to finish the work.


2. We turned back _________ it was raining.


3. Coffee


4. Finger


5. Money



6. Newspaper


7. Petrol


8. Horse


9. Banana


10. Man


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    Beet consumption

    Its possible for beet consumption to bring a red color into your bowel movements as well, although this outcome tends to be more common in children than adults. Once again, the production of a reddish color in the stool due to beets is not considered harmful. Its important, however, to be confident that the reddening of the stool is caused by the pigments found in beets and not by the presence of fresh or dried blood. If you experience reddening of the stool and have not recently (with the past 24 48 hours) consumed beets, we recommend that you consult with your healthcare provider to determine the reason for this change in your stool color.


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