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Here are our answers to yesterday's quiz (from right to left):

toilet brush, basket, (pickling) jar, screw, gloves, ear muffs,
coffee/espresso maker, dustpan and brush, shopping (grocery) basket, radio,
apple, (sprouted) bulb, bucket, pineapple, tomato juice, tool box, yellow (bell) pepper, cherries,
lightbulb, printer, (household) cleaner, sunglasses, shopping (grocery) basket

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