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01. The little girl [ripped] her new pants while climbing over the school fence.
02. The paper on the gift was so beautiful that I didn't want to [rip] it as I was opening it.
03. He [ripped] up the photo and tossed it on the floor.
04. There was a [rip] in my pants, and everyone could see my underwear.
05. My mom was really angry when I came home with a [rip] in my new pants.
06. He had his shirt [ripped] from his back during the fight.
07. The woman's blouse had been [ripped] off, but she managed to escape.
08. The teacher [ripped] the comic book out of the boy's hand and threw it in the garbage.
09. The bus was [ripped] apart by the bomb.
10. The bullets [ripped] into his chest, killing him instantly.
11. The elephants were [ripping] the bark off the trees, and eating it.
12. The children excitedly [ripped] their Christmas presents open.
13. In 1994, a comet broke apart, and plunged into Jupiter, [ripping] holes the size of earth in the planet's atmosphere.
14. Between 1257 and 1260, an unprecedented series of natural disasters, earthquakes, epidemics, famines, and typhoons [ripped] through central Japan.
15. The young woman angrily [ripped] up the letter from her ex-boyfriend and threw it in the garbage.
16. The cat had had its ear [ripped] off in a fight with a dog.
17. Rose Elizabeth Bird once said, "We have probed the Earth, excavated it, burned it, [ripped] things from it, buried things in it. That does not fit my definition of a good tenant. If we were here on a month-to-month basis, we would have been evicted long ago."

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