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1. basket basket


Put it in the basket.
The basket was filled with strawberries.
Her sewing basket, dresser drawers and pantry shelves are all systematically arranged in apple-pie order.
We watched them score one basket after another.
We received instructions on how to make a bamboo basket.
Do we need a trolley or a basket?
She handed me the basket and suggested I wait until I got home to open it, in case anyone was watching.
She lifted one corner of the napkin which covered her basket and let me have a quick look.
Have you ever taken anything out of the dirty clothes basket because it had become, relatively, the cleaner thing?
This basket of fruits is a slight acknowledgement of your kindness.
The two of you need to take the basket of apples over to your grandfather, the mother said. "You will grab it from one side, and you - from the other. And that's how you'll set out."
Then she found several stacks of thousand-dollar bills under a bush and put them in her basket.
How many baskets do we use when we play basketball?
I didn't take the basket and I had to buy a plastic bag.
I took the shortcut back to the woods, locked my shelter, and opened the basket.

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2. creel creel



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