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I'm not really hungry – do you want the rest?
We spent the rest of the day watching TV.
Rain will spread to the rest of the country by evening.
Can we stop for a minute? I need a rest.
He was ordered to have complete rest after his heart attack.
She took a well-earned rest from her studies.
He took a short rest in the afternoon.
You should go and get some rest before tonight's performance.
an old word for a young woman who is not married
a type of design used on the web which excludes features which give a three-dimensional effect … and uses simple stylesadd a word
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