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I will be at the party tonight come what may. Her explanation was to the point. I'm not sure Laurie is ready. He just missed the bus. He is very honest.

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I heard they found a skeleton buried in the basement of a house on Park Street. Sorry for frightening you. Omar's the best. Many people suffer from reverse culture shock when returning to their home country after spending a long time abroad.

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I've never been skiing. Tomorrow is fine. Is this what happens when you get old? He walked across the street on a red traffic light. How old are your cousins?

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She's up to her neck in debt. He played a minor part in the play. I am exhausted from a two-hour examination. I have enough time for that. Because of the protracted depression, many workers are unemployed. I must try to do better in future. All is still. His work was satisfactory.

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We agree to start at once.

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Jim is not the man that you think him to be. Let's see what Laura does next. He married a rich girl.

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I haven't heard from Jane since she moved to Tokyo. I wish you'd stop saying that. When is the wedding going to take place? Make sure you don't listen too loud with these new earphones! Father won first prize in the photo contest and was in high spirits. He took her words as a compliment. Shutting down. Rodney is the church's pastor.

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We're not mad. Don't tell lies! You win some, you lose some. Archie doesn't even have to say anything.

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I'd think you'd understand. He has a big house on the mountain. Money is a terrible master but an excellent servant. I don't like to talk about him. If the other party does not offer personal information, however, it is better to leave it alone. I could do that. The weather is clearing up. I needn't have brought an umbrella. Should I bring him in on this? If you want me to write about Judeo-Christian topics, you have to pay money.

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Where can I find an authentic food restaurant?

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The anarchist is apt to lose his temper. Soon I have to go get a haircut.