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That was probably just before Mai took the drastic step of leaving home.
The students never really get with it till just before the exam.
Students never really study seriously until just before the exams.
I always get nervous just before a match.
Bob was on the point of leaving when I rang him up.
Bob was on the point of leaving when I called him.
Bob was just about to leave when I telephoned him.
Japan entered into an alliance with France just before the war.
The reporter filed his story just before the paper went to press.
Just before the wedding, the drunken father shouted at the groom: "I won't hand out my daughter to some stranger!"
I was on the point of leaving home when a light rain started to fall.
I always get nervous just before a match.
I always get nervous just before a match.
The wedding was canceled at the last minute.
And right before it entered the shrubs on the left, right after it suddenly raised its head, it slowly moved its neck from left to right, and looked over its surroundings.

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