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Shall we take this outside?
With most things there's both what you see and what's behind it.
However, in China, they don't use a word for "human rights," but instead express it as "fundamental rights".
The number of days lost through industrial dispute is shown in the table on the facing page.
Don't go outside. It's raining hard.
Heads or tails?
Heads I win, tails you win.
She went outside to get a breath of fresh air.
She expressed her feelings for nature in a poem.
They expressed their deep love of their country in their own ways.
As their language had no written form, the natives expressed deeds and events in carvings.
He expressed his feelings in the form of a painting.
He expressed his feelings for nature in a poem.
He expressed himself very well in English.
The contents of the box are listed on the label.
An inner defect never fails to express itself outwardly.
The party will be held outdoors, weather permitting.
The shifting pattern of world trade is made clear in the following table.
Truth is usually expressed in the present tense.
We saw a stranger walking outside.

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