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No city in Europe is so populous as Tokyo.
Mozart was greater than any other composer of his time.
And even outside these nations, English is perhaps more widely used as a medium of international communication than any other language.
The most instinctive act of nearly every creature is to protect its young, and with humans, this response persists for a lifetime.
Fork-users are mainly in Europe, North America, and Latin America; chopstick-users in eastern Asia and finger-users in Africa, the Middle East, Indonesia, and India.
Bill disagreed with his classmates on every subject.
The bus stopped in every village.
An operation on his throat helped him recover from the pneumonia, but it left him without his voice.
Tom is more hardworking than any other student in his class.
All the stories are interesting.
"Which line should I get in?" "Any line is fine."
There's a black sheep in every flock.
Every nation has its own myths.
No book is worth reading.
Which beautician would you like?
They have all been through wind tests.
The climate affects people in every land.
But every train is so crowded that whatever we have in our hands doesn't fall even if we let it go.
The trains were jammed with commuters.
Which train takes us to Kamakura?

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