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Poor is not the one who has too little, but the one who wants too much.
Many people drift through life without a purpose.
We don't see things as they are, but as we are.
What changes the world is communication, not information.
The key question is not what can I gain but what do I have to lose.
Smile now, cry later!
You don't marry someone you can live with — you marry the person whom you cannot live without.
I cook, but I'm really crap at it.
There was no damage to the office, or workers, and we're in business as usual.
It's the prevention of migraines during daily life that's important, not dealing with migraines when they occur.
I don't lose my appetite when I get stressed, rather I can't calm down unless I eat something.
When investigating the pH (acidic, neutral, alkaline) of a liquid, don't soak the litmus paper completely in the liquid but just put the end of the paper in it.
In all the excitement the 30 minute show-time passed in a flash.
I'm living on welfare, without a car or anything.
They should go, regardless of whether they're men or women.
However he wasn't seriously hurt and got away with light bruising.
This sentence is in the present perfect. 'have' is not a verb, but an auxiliary verb.
Apparently they aren't given, but loaned.
"Ah ... I'm just not feeling so well" "Really? Are you OK?" "Heh-heh. Actually I'm playing hooky."
The girl was carrying several books, not textbooks but thick hardback books.

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