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Myths and Legends
How Hurricanes Came to the World
1. Light something up 2. To decorate something such as a manuscript
A false belief or vision.
Ability to form images in the mind.
1. Living for ever, not mortal 2. Famous for all time
Child of the devil or little devil.
Soldiers who fight on foot.
House providing rooms for travellers where alcohol can be brought.
Words carved on a monument, coin or stone or a dedication in a book.
1. Crackling or distorting or a radio or television signal 2. Interfering taking part in something that has nothing to do with you
Blended together, entwined.
Puzzling and arousing interest.
Find out as much as you can about something; make a systematic enquiry.
Tedious or tiresome or annoying.
Silver-white metal of great strength.
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