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Japanese cultured pearls have come to monopolise as much as 60% of the world pearl market.
That's because there weren't any large carnivores in New Guinea.
Is that green striped shirt in the wash?
Why don't we take a drive round the island on this ox carriage?
Old age is an island surrounded by death.
Land occupies the minor portion of the earth's surface.
Please secure your seat belt during takeoff and landing.
Imported cars account for less than eight percent.
I must get my work done by the day after tomorrow.
I must get this work done by the day after tomorrow.
About this time of the year typhoons visit the island.
Many tourists come to this island every year.
It is usually the islander who sees the mainland most clearly.
Books occupy most of his room.
We took a good place to see the parade.
The treasure was buried on the island.
The action of the story takes place on an island.
The plane flew over the island.
Seen from an airplane, the island looks like a big spider.
Seeing these islands from the airplane, we thought that they were really beautiful.

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