Published September 30, 2001 by Walch Pub. .
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A young adult living on his/her own. Ask students to estimate the total cost of the furniture, linens, and creature comfortsFile Size: KB. Living on your own, you have to deal with everything by yourself. I wasn’t used to looking after practical things like replacing a fuse or having to climb up a ladder to lift something down.
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