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"Is that implying that I go get some sugar in me and then work more?" "Er?" "No, sorry. I'm just sulking a bit."
Inferiority complex-what exactly does that mean?
Seen from a distance, it looks like a man.
In theory it is possible, but in practice it is very difficult.
It was identified by telescope as a torch.
Goods are the great travelers over the earth's surface, far more than humans, which means that hardly an inhabited spot on the globe is untouched by trade.
A person with average intelligence would understand that.
She said that she would come back again, which was a lie.
She said that she was ill, which was a lie.
She ignored him, which proved unwise.
She said he was sick in bed, which was not true.
She said she was twenty years old, which was not true.
She comes from the South, as I knew from her accent.
Her feet were bare, as was the custom in those days.
She said she was a pianist, but that was a lie.
She failed the test with reason.
She said she was sick yesterday, which was not true.
She wished for a more relaxing life, but that was impossible under the circumstances.
She said she didn't like it, but I thought, personally, it was very good.
She has eight dogs. That's quite a few.

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