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Judy Moody Saves the World Vocabulary
Terms in this set (10)
- an area where direct sunlight is blocked
- coming down in drops
- a paper or cardboard box
- not very much
- to treat or process in order to use again
- hard to understand or deal with; difficult
- the state of being dirty or not pure
- a special undertaking
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