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Philosophy is often regarded as difficult.
Crossing guards are posted during school hours to guide children safely across busy streets.
Silence often implies resistance.
Silence often implies consent.
With all her merits she was not proud.
The population of China is larger than that of Japan.
The population of China is larger than that of India.
Warm and humid weather increases the number of crimes.
Organized sports are often an important part of school life, and competitive sports are popular, too.
The big cities are full of allurements.
The population of Osaka City is larger than that of Kyoto City.
The population of Osaka is larger than of Kobe.
Many pupils are poor at algebra.
The retired often feel that they are useless and unproductive.
It is often difficult to see if a ball is in or out.
The more, the better.
Many support the former alternative, but I prefer the latter.
There are many foreign tourists in Asakusa.
There are a lot of factories in Kawasaki.
In Sendai we have much rain in July.

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