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There are various types of wines and the way they are matured varies accordingly.
It's quite possible that there are times I am half awake, and thus the day feels shorter.
One day I had a phone call from a friend. "There's a nice little earner, won't you come round?" so I went to his house.
There are two ways of using the infinitive as an adjective, 1. attributive, 2. predicative. Naturally 2. is a subject complement.
Tadami is in Minamiaizu in Fukushima; cut off by steep mountains and located on the prefecture border with Niigata.
The race developed into a free-for-all but Shinomiya lapped the group and in the final stage steadily piled on points with good timing to achieve victory.
There are three cases where people are not able to do English questions; the first is not being able to read fast.
Carpets have the effect of a dust pocket, with merit of sucking up dust and stopping it flying around, but you can say that effect backfires.
Don't you know the saying "good manners even between friends?"
The peace talks failed again, with both sides blaming the other for the failure.
While there is life, there is hope.
As long as there is life, there is hope.
They are moving from the peaceful hills and the countryside to the busy world of streets and crowds.
Every cloud has a silver lining.
She is a scholar and poet.
She bowed in thanks.
She has three sisters: one is a nurse and the others are teachers.
She has two sisters, who live in Kyoto.
She has two sisters. They live in Kyoto.
She has two sisters. Both of them live in Kyoto.

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