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For my tastes, I'd prefer plainer, or rather, more tasteful clothing.
Institutionally, a major restraint is the copyright problem.
If you have the money, then you may use it with other treatments, but the results from hypnotism alone should be plenty.
There are two ways of using the infinitive as an adjective, 1. attributive, 2. predicative. Naturally 2. is a subject complement.
Tyrannical governments frequently gaol their political opponents.
Tyrannical governments frequently imprison their political opponents.
Tyrannical governments frequently put their political opponents in prison.
There was nothing wrong with their ability, it was just that the expense for each unit was so vast that the cost performance was bad.
It's geared pretty much towards real fighting isn't it? Apart from the eyes, crotch, and attacks against fallen opponents just about anything goes ...
Amazing! This moving a story is a first for me! It's truly an epic among epics!
An empty stomach doesn't help on the mental front.
Well, broadly speaking that's right.
Even disaster is better than such a divorce between emotion and action.
A thunderbolt is likely to fall any minute.
Can you give me a geological explanation of lava?
The arrow fell short of the target.
The arrow hit the target.
The arrow fell wide of the mark.
I aimed my gun at the target.
Kunihiko hit the target with his first shot.

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