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Things lead often describes (“lead ________”)
time, poisoning, times, mines, ecg, pencil, tin, acetate, citrate, mining, oxide, pipes, glass, ore, lag, pipe, singer, pencils, article, compounds, paint, shot, electrocardiogram, alloys, salts, sheet, intoxication, iii, sulphate, line, levels, glaze, dioxide, smelting, guitar, nitrate, arsenate, water, others, alloy, solder, deposits, dust, ins, wires, sulphide, plates, solution, agency, chromate, lives, peroxide, sheets, acid, zinc, apron, compound, exposure, carbonate, colour, lines, weights, editorial, color, chloride, colic, rope, angle, workers, sulfate, sulfide, foil, plaster, screw, out, bank, wire, bullets, balls, based, batteries, mine, titanate, copper, concentrations, users, network, story, ions

Descriptive words:
white, red, black, metallic, pure, early, female, hot, male, positive, negative, point, clear, much, strong, right, technological, big, soft, commanding, likely, solid, ordinary, romantic, hard, left, false, spongy, slight, substantial, juvenile, heavy, promising, inorganic, liquid, run, cold, antimonial, comfortable, refined, game, bipolar, rich, soviet, blue, technical, argentiferous, unipolar, narrow, sounding, correct, huge, airborne, thin

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Book See lead used in context: 100+ rhymes, several books and articles.

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