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01. The children [treat] their new puppy with a lot of kindness.
02. The [treatment] my father received while in the hospital for heart surgery was simply excellent.
03. The police are [treating] the case as an accident.
04. Why do you insist on [treating] women as sex objects?
05. The old man is in hospital, and is being [treated] for a mild heart attack.
06. The city of Victoria does not as yet [treat] its sewage before discharging it into the ocean.
07. Every time my father went away for business, he would bring back some special [treat] for us kids.
08. When I was young, my parents always [treated] us to supper at our favorite restaurant when we had a birthday in the family.
09. I don't like the way he [treats] his kids. He's always yelling at them for every little mistake.
10. After a year of [treatment], his cancer seems to be cured.
11. [Treatments] for cancer can vary considerably, depending on the type of disease.
12. His wife was [treated] for depression following the death of their son.
13. My health care plan pays for 80% of dental [treatments].
14. They took the kids out for ice-cream as a [treat].
15. Anne [treated] herself to a visit to the spa to celebrate her promotion.
16. Don't worry about the cost of the meal; it's my [treat] to thank-you for helping me move into my new apartment.
17. Don't burn that wood in your fireplace. It has been [treated] with some kind of chemical and it could be toxic.
18. Almost every medical [treatment] in use has been tested on animals.
19. There is an African proverb which says that love is like a baby: it needs to be [treated] tenderly.
20. Actress Joanne Woodward, wife of actor Paul Newman once said of her husband, that sexiness wears thin after a while, and beauty fades, but to be married to a man who makes you laugh every day is a real [treat].

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