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Fahrenheit 451 Pt 1 Crossword Puzzle
Terms in this set (22)
Montag says that kerosene smells like....
the liquid the firefighters use....
inspires Clarisse to think differently
the people on the parlor-walls
the current season
the vegetable Clarisse's psychologist compares her to.....
majority of fire alarms go off here
Mildred almost overdoses on sleeping....
Montag takes this from the attic
Clarisse's dress color the night she met Montag
houses are completely
everyone says they want to be....
said that Clarisse must be simple-minded
Clarisse is classified as being.....
the flower Clarisse uses to determine if people are in love
everyone says they want to have...
the mythical creature on Montag's uniform
mechanical __________ ; chased criminals
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