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1. He ________ up everyone who came into the room.


2. He's always on time so he ________ got to the office by now


3. He ________ the bus to work


4. He's depressed at the moment and shuts himself ________ from his friends.


5. He'd better _________anything about it at the meeting yesterday.



6. He's happy because he ________ the exam


7. He ________ on his dinner and ate it in a few seconds


8. He ________ the text looking for the answer to the question.


9. He's been working in London for six months


10. He ________ the exam last year and passed


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    Dyes

    Dyeing:
    One of the most important and lucrative industrial processes of the world to-day is that of staining and dyeing. Whether we consider the innumerable shades of leather used in shoes and harnesses and upholstery; the multitude of colors in the paper which covers our walls and reflects light ranging from the somber to the gay, and from the delicate to the gorgeous; the artificial scenery which adorns the stage and by its imitation of trees and flowers and sky translates us to the Forest of Arden; or whether we consider the uncounted varieties of color in dress materials, in carpets, and in hangings, we are dealing with substances which owe their beauty to dyes and dyestuffs.

    The coloring of textile fabrics, such as cotton, wool, and silk, far outranks in amount and importance that of leather, paper, etc., and hence the former only will be considered here; but the theories and facts relative to textile dyeing are applicable in a general way to all other forms as well.


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