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Mary was looking for you at that time.
It's hard to believe it was so clear and sunny up to just now.
You kept nodding off during that lecture, didn't you?
That move was a big mistake.
I'm getting tired of driving on this winding road.
That person has had an odd grin on his face for a while. What do you suppose is behind it?
This new announcer keeps stumbling.
I just got done with my French exam. It was a piece of cake!
Please pretend we never said this.
Please forget what we talked about earlier.
Earlier, as I was walking down the sidewalk, a car drove by and splashed water on me. Look at this! My skirt and shoes are all muddy.
That man over there has been glancing at us furtively for a while, do you know him?
What have you two been secretly up to?
The song I heard before in the train station loops endlessly around my head.
Don't ask the same thing over and over again. I explained it properly to you already. It's getting tedious.
I'm sorry, I know what I said earlier, but forget it.
I just now signed the divorce papers, and with this I'm finally free!
Tom can't believe what he's just seen.
It seems that the pills I took earlier were effective.
Oh, Mary! Tom was just looking for you.

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