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You really put that much in the sandwich?
We're going to buy underwear. You're still not wearing underpants, are you?
What, you having bread again? I see you're still leading the same thrilling dietary life as ever.
Is this bread's best-by OK?
Miss Tanaka! You are living with gentlemen house mates! Please refrain from being pantless!
Heaving a great sigh I plunk my bread on the table and flump onto the chair.
While on a mountain trip, I was chewing on some hard, stale bread when I happened upon a huge snake.
No matter what I'm going to the beach! Towel and trunks. Insect repellant!
The bread was baked light and fluffy.
Mom-and-pop bakeries were overwhelmed by supermarkets.
The exception was in China, where flat bread was probably not eaten.
The next day at the newspaper office he drew a bun which contained a dachshund inside - not a dachshund sausage, but a dachshund.
Is tomorrow's breakfast bread or a proper one with rice?
My mother bakes bread and cookies on weekends.
Mother went to town to get some bread.
Mother bought a loaf of bread.
She has a special way of making bread.
She got a piece of bread stuck in her throat.
She bought a loaf of bread.
She spread the butter on the bread.

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