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It seems that there will be a storm soon.
He shall have a holiday one of these days.
I have a feeling that he may blow in sometime soon.
It is hoped that the war will end before long.
I have a feeling that Masao may blow in sometime soon.
I am going to visit the art exhibition one of these days.
I'm looking forward to seeing you soon.
As I was taking leave of my friend, he said he would be glad to see me again before long.
I'll get in touch with you soon.
I'll drop in on you sometime in the near future.
I hope it won't be long before I hear from her.
One of these fine days he will get his just deserts.
In the near future, he will get his just deserts.
I hope to see his picture soon.
They say we'll have an earthquake one of these days.
It is said that there will be an election soon.
It is said that there will be a big earthquake in the near future.
Spring will be here before long.
Why don't you come to my house one of these days?
Why don't you come to my house in the near future?

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