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I have seen nothing of her lately.
I have heard nothing of him lately.
I have seen nothing of him recently.
I don't feel like studying at all tonight.
You may as well not keep a dog at all as leave it to someone else.
The plan was altogether spoiled by the rain.
You never listen. I might as well talk to the wall.
I am far from pleased with your behavior.
Your plan is of no earthly use.
Money is the last thing he wants.
For somebody who feels rushed all the time, I sure make slow progress.
I have tried for hours to remember where I put my keys, but it has completely escaped me.
What with having no exercise and being overweight, he had a heart attack.
It's good to be able to concentrate single-mindedly on your work, but you're completely ignoring the people around you.
I have no plans whatever.
I am completely against it.
Russell was a brilliant philosopher, but even the simplest practical task was quite beyond him.
I went through a lot of difficulties in Mexico because I couldn't understand Spanish at all.
I want some milk, but there isn't any in the refrigerator.
I have no knowledge of that question.

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