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I was in the mountains.
This is my friend Rachel. We went to high school together.
I was rereading the letters you sent to me.
Until Manet painted this picture, his female nudes were limited to goddesses.
Many Japanese irises were flowering prettily on the lake's edge.
All that time the things granddad had said, like the sound of flies flying round a melon, buzzed in my head.
The refugees were living in a narrow, squalid backstreet.
Art was in its golden age in Venice during the Renaissance.
His backache left him lurching along with leaden legs.
A female beggar was begging with five or six children following along.
The other day, a water quality inspection was carried out at our house. We had it done by a certain famous company's Environment Analysis Center or some such name.
I thought the highest mountain in Tsuyama was Takiyama.
Two airplanes, one large and one small, were at rest in the hangar.
I helped a little binding printouts that the student council will apparently use.
Of course he thought it was a joke and let it slide with a "hm?" but he was seriously annoyed. I mean, just don't say things like that even as a joke!
For some reason it didn't go well, shot down at every attempt, and he led a sad "History of no girlfriend = Age" life.
The old woman was snugly sitting on a cushion.
We used to compile survey results using spreadsheet programs but recently we feel that database software's summing methods are quicker so we use databases to total them.
The old man sat on the bench with his eyes closed.
The old person was sitting on a bench with his/her eyes closed.

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