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By Art Wetherell

This time-hopping sequence chronicles the naughty rompings of monumentally stacked English women, as they fulfill each other in a Sapphic frenzy throughout the a while!

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A second group of people is dissatisfied with the public schools for very different reasons. These people usually have very 63 ı 2 3 4 40 45 50 55 conservative beliefs about life. They do not like the changes which they see every day in American society, and they disagree with many of the ideas which their children hear and read about in school. For example, they are against the sex education classes that 4 some schools give. For them, sex education is not a suitable subject for schools. They also object to schoolbooks that describe the lives of mothers who work outside the home or of parents who are divorced.

The old people of Teresina do not want to think of what has happened to their once beautiful city but prefer to remember the days when there were plenty of fish in the rivers and streams, plenty of rice in the fields, and herds of water-buffaloes that grazed peacefully around. * Shanty towns arc areas where poor people live in dwellings built from tin, cardboard, or another materia! which is not very strong. A. What do the following refer to? 1. 'that name' (line 11): 2. 'in their place' (line 24): in the place of B.

A) most pedestrians, especially children could avoid accidents by walking less b) British roads are safer for pedestrians despite what people think c) there would be fewer casualties if children wore seat belts d) the general decrease in road casualties obscures the increase in deaths of children on the roads 2. The reason for most accidents in towns is a) children not obeying rules for crossing roads b) drivers not paying enough attention c) children ignoring vehicles and drivers d) drivers who have a temporary driving licence 3.

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