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1. The police tend to do things ________ the book


2. The plane ________ off on time, but arrived an hour late


3. The road was tied ________ with traffic.


4. The refuse collectors didn't empty the rubbish bins this week.


5. The price of bus tickets has ________ sharply this year.



6. The results of the research were ________ convincing that we felt obliged to publish them


7. The police checked every detail carefully; it was an ________ investigation.


8. The Prime Minister appeared ________ television last night


9. The rules are ________ everybody work together


10. The police suspect him of the crime.


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