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How much of winning an election is down to looks?
Japanese cultured pearls have come to monopolise as much as 60% of the world pearl market.
Among the divisors of 90, how many numbers are not divisible by 9?
He is a tall boy for his years.
He batted .343 with 54 home runs.
Sixty percent of Japanese adult males drink alcoholic beverages on a regular basis.
Everybody was so up in arms but it seems they got all panicky about nothing.
He turned out to be a real disappointment after we went through hell and high water to find him.
The area around the melting ice cream was crawling with ants.
I received a good job offer.
Nearly 80 percent of the land is mountains.
For a guy who was chosen by his father as the only son to be taught the secrets of this martial art, he doesn't have much of a kick.
You will have to take his place in case he cannot come.
Tom got time and a half when he worked beyond his usual quitting time.
You can't make an omelet without breaking eggs.
You can't make an omelette without breaking eggs.
The work will be a great tax on his time.
I feel terrible, but I've just broken your ashtray.
This cake doesn't really live up to its reputation.
Apparently there's a cancellation charge of 30 percent.

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