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I'll follow you, come hell or high water.
There is little, if any, difference between the two.
There were few, if any, trees.
She accused him of being late.
She will come even if she is tired.
She looks pretty, no matter what she wears.
She seldom, if ever, goes to movies by herself.
He was caught off guard when his wife announced they were going to have a baby.
He got tired of being the devil's advocate and now agrees with every idea they suggest, no matter how dumb.
There are few mistakes, if any, in his composition.
There is little, if any, hope of his recovery.
There is little, if any, hope of his being alive.
He seldom, if ever, goes to the movies.
She seldom, if ever, goes out after dark.
The scientist has a love of facts, even isolated facts, similar to the poet's love of words.
My brother seldom, if ever, goes to church.
There are few, if any, mistakes.
I'd jump through hoops for you.
Few people, if any, could survive a nuclear war.
There is little, if any, hope that Tom will win the election.

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