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"So, you'll go out with me if I don't have to repeat a year?" "I don't care for 'what if' stories."
How thoughtful of you to have chilled some wine for us.
"Say, you, the lady over there." "Eh?" "Could you give me a bit of advice?"
Good doctors explain things to patients in easily understandable ways, using anatomical models and such.
Wherever you are, we'll provide a comfortable work environment.
For my part, having you lot with me is more reassuring than the police or anything!
Having all of you here is more reassuring than having the police or anybody else.
I was invited last week as well, but it was late so I regretfully turned them down.
It's OK if Yukiko can do the Tuesday, Thursday and Friday shifts from tomorrow.
Can I have a few words with you?
"Can I have it?" "Sorry, I drank it at the hotel!" "Thought so."
Take it seriously! The school festival won't wait for us. We're already in the final countdown.
Oh, but don't worry. I don't put the moves on straight guys.
Apparently they aren't given, but loaned.
"Where's that superstition from?" "Call it folk wisdom."
You're Daisho? Up till now you've really lorded it over us haven't you?
That's no good! You're tall so you've got to be in the forward defence.
Alright! Listen up and listen well!
He walked on appearing to disregard the prostitute.
He is probably angling for an invitation.

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