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"Who do you belong to?" Wrapped around his feet was a small cat. It was a fluffy grey striped cat.
Ha-ha ... She isn't human. She's a robot; A-n-d-r-o-i-d.
Ha-ha-ha, pray forgive me. Please don't worry yourself about that!
In America 'rebate' is widely recognized, generally as an incentive where makers give back directly to consumers.
E-eh? I somehow seem to feel a very threatening aura...
"You know a kid called Megumi Noda, right?" "Noda?" "Makes weird sounds like 'Hagya', 'Fugi'"
He had to answer for the consequences of the project.
Everything around him was blown to pieces, yet he escaped without a scratch.
I walked straight ahead without looking to the side.
It was all-or-nothing and we struck out spectacularly.
Ha - this work finished! Let's go to next stage!
When he got to the party, Sam made a bee line for the food.
Ah-you've gone all red. Riku - that's so cute!! Ha-haha.
Hah, your 'forbidden magics' aren't going to work with me!
"Hrmm," mumbled Professor Takeda as he twisted his moustache.
"Do you know what kind of tree you just broke?" "No, I don't," I answered the detective. While looking through the open door, the detective shouted, "Hey, do you know what kind of tree he just broke?" "Um, looks like it's a yew plum pine," said the voice of a young woman. After straightening himself in his seat, the detective asked me one more time: "Do you know what kind of tree you just broke?"
When I was 17 or 18 years old, I started buying candy with my own money and I always bought marshmallows.
Of the sweets that I tasted in France, the ones that I'd like to eat most are the brioche, the baba au rhum and the marrons glacés.
As a rule, not only in humans, but also in animals, "sexual display" occurs, consciously or unconsciously, towards individuals of the opposite sex.
For some reason, her husband seemed to dislike that she spoke of me. In truth, she talked too much about me.

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