On the table, I had pebbles for the centerpiece right next to the onions and other vegetables I was cutting for the salad. Abruptly, "those two" burst into the kitchen, bumped the table and spilled everything onto the floor in a conundrum of colorful pebbles and veggies, but the party was going to start in an hour. Write a solution . . .
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