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01. We got a bike [rack] for our van, so we can take our bicycles with us when we go camping.
02. The pick-up truck had a shotgun sitting on a [rack] behind the driver.
03. The store has [racks] of great clothes on sale for 50% off.
04. The mother was [racked] with guilt after her baby fell out of his highchair, breaking his arm.
05. The old man was [racked] with pain.
06. All the dirty magazines were on the top [rack] of the display case where children couldn't see them.
07. Don't just drop your towel on the floor. Either put it in the wash or hang it back on the [rack].
08. The luggage [rack] on the train was full so we had to carry our suitcases on our laps for the whole trip.
09. We got a new ski [rack] for the top of our car.
10. She spent the day putting price tags on all the new blouses and dresses and then hanging them on the [racks].
11. Just hang the coats up on the [rack] behind the door.
12. You can put your bags on the luggage [rack], and find yourselves a seat.
13. In the Middle Ages, people were tortured by being put on a metal [rack], and stretched until their limbs were torn from their bodies.
14. Your coat is on the [rack] in the hallway.
15. He carries a rifle on a [rack] in his truck for when he goes hunting.
16. Francoise Giroud once remarked that off the [rack] solutions, like bargain basement dresses, never fit anyone.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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