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"A rolling stone gathers no moss" is a proverb.
I can place the palms of my hands on the floor without bending my knees.
The front wheel plays an important role in two-wheeled vehicles moving without falling over.
With your ability it should be a doddle, but please don't be prideful of that but first apply yourself dilligently with everyone in your class.
Here I decide, without hesitating, to take the alternative route.
Don't think about leaving money for your kids, use it all up and enjoy yourself with flair.
I ran away without saying anything because I didn't want to lose our love.
I buy the texts, but first I start writing the English sentences that come along without looking at them.
There are grammar books that call these sorts of things, not modifiers, but adjuncts (A).
Despite having lazed around without having touched my work I'm frightened at heart that "Ooh-er, this time I might really not get done in time!?"
I want you to somehow resolve the situation as promptly and avoiding to cause trouble for my sister and those around us as much as possible.
Just where have you been loitering around without your attendants?
The fireplace, lacking firewood, flames already starting to lose their vigour.
The first 'that time of the month' I seem to remember worrying that I was ill, without telling anybody, for two days.
I told my boss over the phone that I would be going straight home without returning to the company.
The lunch she brought to me was as delicious as rumoured.
The lunch she brought to me was as delicious as I'd heard people say it would be.
If the distance you move the pen is too small, the speed too slow, it can't recognize the gestures well and you can't operate it in the way you thought.
Why don't you leg it?
However, in China, they don't use a word for "human rights," but instead express it as "fundamental rights".

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