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01. Young children playing in the forest found the [bones] of a man buried in the leaves.
02. He gave the dog a [bone] to chew on.
03. Be careful when you eat your fish, there are still a lot of [bones] in it.
04. Construction workers found the [bone] of an ancient cat-like animal while digging a hole for the new apartment building.
05. He was carrying a small pocket knife with a [bone] handle.
06. We bought some [boned] chicken to make a stir-fry for supper.
07. No one was killed in the train accident, but a lot of passengers had broken [bones].
08. Robert Fulghum once said that sticks and stones will break our [bones], but words will break our hearts.
09. It may sound strange, but you were born with 300 [bones], and when you get to be an adult you only have 206.
10. One quarter of the [bones] in your body are in your feet.
11. The human skeleton has only 206 [bones], but cats have 230 [bones].
12. A bird's [bones] weigh less than its feathers.
13. During a meal in Chinese culture, [bones] are usually placed on the table beside your plate.
14. A Norwegian proverb notes that there is never a fish without a [bone], and no man without faults.
15. I don't like eating this kind of fish. It is too thin and [bony].

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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