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151. Admit (erken) :: There is a difference between refusing to admit evidence and not reading it at all
152. Attend (bywoon) :: I have to attend two meetings today
153. Attendance (bywoning) :: There had been so much hope put on his attendance at the institutions of higher learning
154. Chair (stoel) :: They fear this peaceful drug dealer and because of this fear they want him to die by the chair of electrocution
155. Classmate (klasmaat) :: The custom ranges from puppy love cards given to kindergarten classmates to diamond earrings presented by husbands to their wives
156. Classroom (klaskamer) :: We are building extra classrooms across the country and I have some statistics to prove what I am saying
157. Clearing (skoonmaak) :: They are common in forest clearings wetlands edges residential areas orchards and stands of Russian olive
158. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
159. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
160. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
161. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
162. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
163. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
164. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
165. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
166. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
167. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
168. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
169. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
170. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
171. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
172. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
173. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
174. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
175. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
176. Corridor (korridor) :: The old buildings narrow corridors stairs and lifts were intended to be similar to those of ships
177. Curricular (kurrikulêre) ::
178. Department (departement) :: I never thought of myself as above average in the looks department
179. Dissertation (verhandeling) :: In the first chapter Hadley introduces the topic and provides a masterly and useful survey of books and doctoral dissertations on the subject over the last fifty years
180. Ditch (sloot) :: He could see the blood on my face and thought it might be necessary for me to ditch my plane
 

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