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There's a possibility of war.
The explanation may be much more complex.
The tropical rainforests, located in a narrow region near the equator, are disappearing so fast that by the year 2000 eighty percent of them may be gone.
I have a feeling that Masao may blow in sometime soon.
Uncontrolled, these forces may be dangerous and destructive, but once mastered they can be bent to man's will and desire.
The time may come when people will have used up all the oil.
Our child seems to be brilliant. Of course, we may be prejudiced.
God may be listening to his wish.
Believe it or not, Tom is 70 years old.
Eating too much may lead to sickness.
Information is sometimes held back from patients when it is thought it might upset them.
To be always logical may be sometimes hated by others.
It is the border-line cases that are always in danger: the dignified buildings of the past which may possess no real artistic or historic value, but which people have become sentimentally attached to and have grown to love.
I should tell you that my boss, Mr Tanaka, might try to take you drinking.
The boy may have told a lie to please his parents.
It might be discreet of you to bend a little to the prevailing wind.
There will be a big earthquake in the future.
In the future we may need to take another look at the way decisions such as this are actually implemented.
If one does not have a hobby, his life may be desolate.
It may sound like blowing my own horn, but I can speak French.

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