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If those little brats of sisters are good enough I'll make a gift of them to you!
The end does not always justify the means.
We'll climb the mountain if it is fine tomorrow.
We will go on a picnic if it is fine tomorrow.
A good husband makes a good wife.
A good Jack makes a good Jill.
I will call on your tomorrow, weather permitting.
The ship will be ready to sail, if the weather permits.
If the weather is good, I'll go out tomorrow.
Whether permitting, we'll leave tomorrow morning.
If the weather is good, I'll go to the park.
I will go, provided the weather is clear.
Were it clear, we would go on a hike.
Were it clear, we would go on a hike.
Weather permitting, we will leave in an hour.
I'm going to mow the lawn tomorrow, weather permitting.
We shall leave tomorrow morning, weather permitting.
Weather permitting, we will enjoy the beautiful scenery.
If the weather is fine, I'll go swimming in the river.
Weather permitting, we'll start on our trip tomorrow.

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