Billy Sunday, Runner for the Lord, Chapter 3 Memory Cards

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Cut out the vocabulary and definition cards. THE RULES FOR PLAYING "MEMORY" Mix up the cards. Lay them in rows, face down. Turn over any two cards. If the two cards match, keep them. If they don't match, turn them back over. Remember what was on each card and where it was. Watch and remember during the other player's turn. The game is over when all the cards have been matched. The player with the most matches wins.

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exhaustion waft threshing-floor cot straggler fragrance scuffle nightshirt flannel woolen rejoice brawny fortune trooped saloon dozen trousers stealthily opponents exulted feeling of being extremely tired a narrow metal or wood-framed bed a person(s) or animal(s) that is last in a group to do something or the last to get to or leave a place A characteristic, usually pleasant odor, as of a plant, spice, or food a short, confused fight or struggle at close quarters a comfortable piece of clothing like a long loose shirt worn in bed, especially in the past, by a man or boy a soft woven fabric made wholly or partly of wool feel or show great joy or delight physically strong; muscular a hard, level surface on which grain is separated from the chaff of a plant owning or obtaining an abundance of valuable material possessions or resources (money, property, possessions of great value) (of a group of people) come or go together or in large numbers. a place where alcoholic drinks are served, an old-fashioned name for a bar a group or set of twelve a piece of clothing that you wear over your body from the waist downwards something done secretly, slyly or in a manner designed not to attract notice someone who competes against or fights another in a contest, game, or argument; a rival or adversary feel or show great pleasure and excitement, especially about something that you have achieved a gust of wind or a smell carried through the air

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