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The soldiers were courageous in battle.
She rode the horse bareback, with no blanket or saddle. *
We boiled the kettle for tea.
The young child was stung by a stinging nettle. *
The children giggle at the teacher's jokes. *
Some people can wiggle their ears up and down.
Central Park is in the middle of New York City.
Please don't meddle with my things.
Everyone was in a muddle as the question was too difficult. *
Small children like to stamp in a puddle.

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