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I may be antisocial, but it doesn't mean I don't talk to people.
It may be that the happiness awaiting us is not at all the sort of happiness we would want.
Hey, I may have no money, but I still have my pride.
It mightn't have been my youngest brother's fault, but it wasn't mine either.
What you don't see and hear with your own ears and eyes might be true, but it might also not be true.
I started to think I had behaved foolishly.
The disagreement between the union and management could lead to a strike.
The streetcar is now certainly out of date.
He may have missed the train.
Parents may favor the youngest child in the family.
Judging from his appearance, he may be a soldier.
It may snow in the evening.
Some officials may have been corrupted.
It may have rained during the night.
It may rain in the evening.
It may snow in the evening.
It may rain tomorrow, but we are going in any case.
We may not win tomorrow.
Occasional showers are possible tomorrow.
I'm afraid it may rain tomorrow.

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