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attention Looking and listening with care.
accident Something you did not want or expect to happen.
safety Having to do with freedom from danger.
audience A group that listens or watches.
auditorium A public building where an audience sits.
officer A person who helps enforce the law.
commands Orders given to someone.
swivel chair A type of chair that rotates.
banner A strip of cloth or paper with writing or a picture on it.
stared Looked long and hard at something.
enormous Unusually large; huge.
imagination The ability to make up stories that are not real.
puddle A small amount of water collected in one place.
electrical Having to do with electricity.
applauded Showed approval by clapping the hands.
Officer-a person who makes you follow the law. Safety-staying away from danger.
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