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If I were you, I'd put the money in a bank.
We deposit money in a bank.
You need to open an account at a bank to receive the payment.
My sister works in a bank as a secretary.
Four armed men held up the bank and escaped with $4 million.
Mitsubishi Bank merged with Tokyo Bank.
The bank was held up last night.
The main race yesterday was no surprise. That's the kind of race you can bank on.
These bank employees seem so politely insolent lately. I wonder what's behind it.
A lot of companies are going under lately because banks are so tight with their money.
The tax reform will not touch the banking industry.
The merger created the first largest bank in Japan.
Keep on going. You’ll see a bank on your left.
If you run out of cash, you can fall back on your savings in the bank.
I put ten thousand yen into the bank every month.
He went into the bank in the disguise of a guard.
He entered the bank disguised as a guard.
The police observed the man enter the bank.
You can get a loan from a bank.
We will make the payment by bank transfer.

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