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She bitterly regretted having said something that displeased her mother-in-law.
As you're starting from scratch you might as well have gone for a major makeover...
I had rather never have been born than have seen this day of shame.
With all that we might have been better off just to have stayed home.
It was nice and cool there.
It was nice and cool, but it is getting cold now.
I shouldn't have overdone it.
I'm glad to hear that your sister is out of danger after her operation.
The pay was good, and that was their only motivation to participate in the study.
I wish I had married another man.
If only I had married another man.
I thought she'd be useful, but as it is, we'd be better off without her.
She clasped my hands and said she was glad to see me.
She was slightly better yesterday.
She was so generous as to give me all the money I needed.
She should not have done such a thing.
She wished she had been born twenty years earlier.
You should have paid attention to her warning.
I wish I had seen her.
I wish I'd met her.

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