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construction. Construction industry cost at least £ 1 billion to repair or rebuild. CRISIS. Last year's foot and mouth crisis served only to compound these issues. ASSUMPTIONS. Assumption that the guess was correct.ect . Capacity of 950,000 tons. CAPACITY. CONTRIBUTE.

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Construction industry cost at least 1 billion to repair or rebuild

construction

Construction industry cost at least £ 1 billion to repair or rebuild.


Last year s foot and mouth crisis served only to compound these issues

CRISIS

Last year's foot and mouth crisis served only to compound these issues.


Assumptions

ASSUMPTIONS

Assumption that the guess was

correct.ect.


Capacity of 950 000 tons
Capacity of 950,000 tons

CAPACITY


Contribute d in any way to his accident

CONTRIBUTE

Contributed in any way to his accident.


Retain ed wherever possible
Retained wherever possible

RETAIN



Assess risks how to reduce risk how to manage risk

ASSESS

Assess risks, how to reduce risk, how to manage risk.



Murder of two policemen
Murder of two policemen.

MURDER


Offence s no change to how the courts handle serious offenses
Offence's no change to how the courts handle serious offenses.

OFFENCE


Every one of our elected representative s had to make their choice
Every one of our elected representatives had to make their choice

REPRESENTATIVE





Many scientific advances have profound implication s for society at large
Many scientific advances have profound implications for society at large.

IMPLICATION


INITIATIVE

Step into sport is an exciting initiative


Its dispute settlement body is in effect a world trade court
Its dispute settlement body is in effect a world trade court

SETTLEMENT


Expenditure already incurred

EXPENDITURE

Expenditure already incurred.


Assumption that the guess was correct

ASSUMPTIONS

Assumption that the guess was correct.



Violence against women

violence

Violence against women


I had to do an exasperating science experiment in only 2 days
I had to do an exasperating science experiment in only 2 days.

EXPERIMENT


Acquire d skills were tested

ACQUIRE

Acquired skills were tested!



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