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The room was light enough for him to read the letter.
My father could swim well when he was young.
She succeeded in getting what she wanted.
She could divert herself from the anxieties.
She could solve the problem with ease.
She was able to answer whatever was asked.
She managed to finish the work on her own.
She was able to go to college thanks to the scholarship.
She could always call her parents when she was in a crunch.
She was different from most women in the neighborhood, for she was able to read and write.
She was able to cook herself dinner, after a fashion.
She succeeded in opening the box.
She soon adjusted herself to village life.
She could read when she was four.
She was able to solve the problem in ten minutes.
She seems to have found a boyfriend.
They had a narrow escape under cover of darkness.
They arrived in Southern Rhodesia, and there was a choice of an immigrants' camp, consisting of mud huts with a communal water supply, or a hotel; and they chose the hotel, being what are known as people of means.
They seated themselves at the table ready for lunch.
They could reach there without delay.

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