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Mrs. Armstrong will supply the champagne for the party.
Can you supply a list of the guests?
Refugees lined up for water supplied by aid organizations.
Two huge generators supply power to farms in the area.
They revealed that he had supplied terrorist organizations with weapons.
They used the money to supply the school with new textbooks.
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the part of the nucleus of an atom that has no electrical charge
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