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Superhero Almanac: Wolverine
VERB ENDING IN "ING" [1]_______________________ ADVERB [10]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [2]_______________________ VERB ENDING IN "ING" [11]_______________________
VERB ENDING IN "ED" [3]_______________________ CHEMICAL [12]_______________________
NOUN [4]_______________________ ADVERB [13]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [5]_______________________ VERB [14]_______________________
NOUN (PLURAL) [6]_______________________ BODY PART (PLURAL) [15]_______________________
ADJECTIVE [7]_______________________ ADJECTIVE [16]_______________________
VERB ENDING IN "S" [8]_______________________ TYPE OF MATERIAL [17]_______________________
NOUN [9]_______________________ VERB ENDING IN "ED" [18]_______________________


NOTE: Some words may occur more than once.


Wolverine possesses a "fast           [1]           factor" ability enabling him to regenerate           [2]           or           [3]           areas of his cellular           [4]          . This grants him           [5]           immunity to           [6]           and           [7]           immunity to the fatigue           [6]           generated by his own body. It also           [8]           his aging           [9]          . Wolverine possesses           [10]           acute senses of sight,           [11]          , and hearing. Wolverine`s skeleton was laced with           [12]          , redering his bones           [13]           un          [14]          able. He also has three           [15]           on each hand which until recently were believed to be           [16]                     [13]          . When, the           [13]           was removed, however, it was revealed that his           [16]           were           [17]          , and therefore he must have been           [18]           with them. The           [13]           had laced these too, giving them the appearance of metal and rendering them           [14]           un          [15]          able as well.
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