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We had a terrible time in the blizzard.
He thinks he is somebody, but really he is nobody.
His old company gave him the shaft. But I admire the way he turned bad luck into good and did even better with his own business.
He is a great scholar and what is better, a good teacher.
If he had not died so young, he would have become a great scientist.
I want to be somebody when I grow up.
Once there lived a great king.
He thinks himself to be somebody.
I discerned the potential of great things in him.
My wife had a hard time getting into the swing of our new life in America.
A big title does not necessarily mean a high position.
You've done it!
A great man doesn't care about his appearance.
John was another great player.
Wow, you're really in a bad mood. Don't get scrappy.
Look at the big shot.
I admire you for keeping your head.
You are very fond of the lunch menu of this restaurant.
I had hoped to get another 50,000 miles out of my car, but it gave up the ghost on the expressway and it would cost too much to fix it.
When I was in elementary school I thought, from the bottom of my heart, that the teachers were great people and I was influenced by the teachers' attitudes and moral lessons, but middle school was just a business like any other.

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