After each of the following sentences, a list of possible interpretations of all or part of the sentence is given. Choose the interpretation you consider most appropriate for each sentence.

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1. Though all the evidence showed that the watchman was the thief, we decided to give him the benefit of the doubt. This means that we

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2. Joseph has lost face among his friends because of this shameful incident. This means that

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3. The band's version of Osibisa's Welcome Home brought the house down. This means that

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4. It took the new head master two months to find his feet at the new school. This means that the headmaster

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5. She addressed the rank-and-file members of the union. This means that she spoke to

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6. It is preferable to strike while the iron is hot. This means that it is better to

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7. One pays through the nose to secure this accommodation in the city. This means that accommodation in the city is

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8. The findings are at odds with what is going on in the rest of the country. This means that the findings are

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9. Joojo's sudden success seems to have gone into his head. This means that he has become

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10. We arrived at the party late and saw our father, of all people, dancing. This means that we

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