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No other city in Japan is as large as Tokyo.
No city in Japan is as large as Tokyo.
No mountain in Japan is so high as Mt. Fuji.
A famous Japanese poet does not approve of any fixed doctrine in haiku.
The couple has been falling out over what TV program to watch for over a week.
I wonder which train I should take for Tokyo.
Tokyo has a larger population than any other city in Japan.
Tokyo is larger than any other city in Japan.
Tokyo is more populous than any other city in Japan.
Tokyo is larger than any other city in Japan.
Tokyo is as large a city as any in Japan.
Of course, they are suffering from terrible working conditions such as low wages and arbitrary layoffs, as well as from various forms of discrimination.
The surveyor could also advise the promoters which route could be most easily—and therefore most cheaply—constructed.
All the houses in town were empty.
What does breakfast include?
Could you tell me the way to the subway station?
Each of the boys was eager to join in the race.
No one really knows what a UFO is like.
What is important is not which university you've graduated from but what you've learned in the university.
What's important isn't which university you've graduated from, but what you learned while you were there.

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