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Can you name the words per pair, in which one letter in the left-column word is doubled to make the right-column word?

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Left Column HintWord PairRight Column Hint
One who viciously chomps with teeth, or the larger claw of a crabHaving a sharp, pungent taste or smell
Fashion designer Gabrielle who went by the name 'Coco'A length of water wider than a strait, joining two larger areas of water
Sacred, or dedicated to GodThe branches, foliage, and berries of this plant are used as Christmas decorations
Unit of weight equal to 2,000 poundsA character in an animated film
Follows 'MARDI' in the name of the New Orleans Fat Tuesday celebrationLawn
Move by jumping on one footRing or circle
The firing of a gunA young branch or sucker springing from the main stock of a tree or other plant
A customer in a restaurantSupper
ConcernsTouch or stroke gently
A dry, barren area of land usually covered in sandThe sweet course eaten at the end of a meal
Left Column HintWord PairRight Column Hint
To bring a task to its endLanguage spoken in Finland and parts of Russia and Sweden
Posture or stance (e.g. in a photo shoot)A body of men, typically armed, summoned by a sheriff to enforce the law
'This Old House' TV host BobA large and luxurious country residence, especially in continental Europe
Metric unit (U.S.) of volume equal to 0.264 gallonsTrash
RageHairy, or covered in hair
Singer Michael with hit 'Haven't Met You Yet'A thin sphere of liquid enclosing air
The overall quality of a musical or vocal soundMetric unit of weight equal to 1000 kilograms
The sound a compressed spring makes when suddenly releasedHissing or hooting to express disapproval or contempt
A state of deep unconsciousness that lasts for a prolonged period, often due to injuryThis punctuation mark: ,
Rudolph's was red and glowedA loop of rope used to hang people or trap animals

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