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1. Owls regurgitate partly digested food to feed their young.
2. What you say is partly right.
3. These animals are only partly domesticated.
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4. My test is only partly finished.
5. Their company sells partly to foreign markets.
6. The poor weather was partly responsible for the crash.
7. The delay is partly explicable by the road works.
8. The moon is partly eclipsed.
9. What you say is partly true.
10. Her legs were partly paralysed in the crash.
11. It was partly my fault, and partly yours.
12. He believes that the product's poor image is partly the fault of the press.
13. The style of house the contractor builds depends partly on the lay of the land.
14. The difficulties women encounter with their doctors partly explain why so many of us are looking to alternative therapies.
15. Wally gripped my arm, partly to restrain me and partly to reassure me.
16. The floor was partly covered with a dirty old rug.
17. It's partly my fault.
18. The reason why one is fat is partly caused by overeating.
19. Television is partly to blame.
20. The scheme is partly financed by a government grant.
21. The houses were partly timber in construction.
22. The sun is partly eclipsed .
23. He was only partly responsible for the accident.WHICH WORD?
24. I feel partly responsible for the problems we're in.
25. She was only partly responsible for the accident.
26. His parents are partly responsible for his wallow.
27. I believe what he has said is partly true.
28. The house is partly owned by her father.
29. The group is funded partly by the government.
30. This partly explains why he was so late.
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