Lost dogs and lonely hearts 3

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the act of deciding how much money something might be sold for or the amount of money decided on:
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You can receive a home loan of up to 95 percent of the official valuation of the property.
the legal process of deciding if a person's will has been made correctly and if the information it contains is correct:
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Before probate can be granted, all business assets have to be identified and valued.
the income that a business or government receives regularly, or an amount representing such income:
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Company revenue rose 4% last year.
smelling unpleasantly old and slightly wet:
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musty old books /room
a smell, often one that is unpleasant:
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Inside the room there was the unmistakable odour of sweaty feet.
a material or substance that covers the inside surface of something:
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a coat/jacket lining
a series of connected thoughts or events:
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train of thought
train of thought/events
What amazing train of thought led you from Napoleon to global warming?
the money or property belonging to someone that they say that, after their death, they wish to be given to other people:
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Her will included small bequests to her family, while most of her fortune went to charity.
to partly close your eyes in order to see more clearly:
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The sun was shining straight in her eyes and made her squint.
doing, or willing to do, what you have been told to do by someone in authority:
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Students are expected to be quiet and obedient in the classroom.
unhappy, annoyed, and unwilling to speak or smile:
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Why are you so morose these days?
bending or hanging down heavily:
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Bloodhounds have drooping eyes and floppy ears.
soft or delicate, or made of many very small and delicate pieces:
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feathery clouds/foliage/leaves
to touch or kiss someone in a gentle and loving way:
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Gently he caressed her cheek.
to move back because of fear or disgust (= dislike or disapproval):
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He leaned forward to kiss her and she recoiled in horror.
strange and frightening:
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It was a spooky coincidence
a skill or an ability to do something easily and well:
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She has the knack of making people feel comfortable
in a way that allows someone to have or do what they want, especially when this is not good for them:
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He smiles indulgently and allows his son to choose some sweets.
someone who is very attractive
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she certainly matched me up with a smasher.
If a quality, ability, disease, ...... many members of the family have it:
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run in the family
Intelligence seems to run in that family.

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