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Pretend walls have their own civilization. Each wall is a different country.....What are the three things the walls own?

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Pretend walls have their own civilization. Each wall is a different country with different culture. One wall has its own animal, one wall has its own nut, and one wall has its own street. What are the three things the walls own?

posted Dec 28, 2018 by Yogeshwar Thakur

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Ko'wall'a 'Wall'nut 'Wall' Street

answer Dec 28, 2018 by Hanifa Mammadov



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