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01. She had on a red dress with white [dots] on it.
02. The ground below the trees was [dotted] with bird poop.
03. The region is [dotted] with dozens of lovely little villages.
04. The plane was so far away that it was just a [dot] in the sky.
05. She had the measles, and her face was covered with red [dots].
06. By the end of summer, Daniel's face was [dotted] with freckles.
07. The sea was [dotted] with birds floating around, or diving for fish.
08. Cut along the [dotted] line.
09. The garden was [dotted] with little, yellow flowers.
10. Dead insects [dotted] the windshield of the car.
11. There were white [dots] on the house where some big flakes of snow had stuck.
12. There are 42 [dots] on a pair of dice.
13. The images on your computer screen are made up of more than 5,000 pixels, or [dots], per square inch.
14. Much of England and Northern Europe is [dotted] with stone rings and monuments.
15. Edmond Rostand wrote, "A kiss, when all is said, what is it? A rosy [dot] placed on the "i" in loving; Tis a secret told to the mouth instead of to the ear."
16. The quality of the picture on your computer screen depends on the number of [dots] which make up the image.
17. The scenic Cotswold region of England is [dotted] with charming little villages.
18. The spectacular estates which [dot] the English countryside belonged to an elite minority with private fortunes or royal connections.

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