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I don't care what your names are. Once this job's over, I'm out of here.
I don't care who you are. I'm never seeing any of you again once this job's over, anyway.
Nevertheless, devout conversation on spiritual things helps no little with spiritual progress.
They had lit a fire fit to roast an ox.
Mum, a mere woman surrounded by men, works in a construction company as a site foreman.
Precognition is the act of using spiritual-power to know things that will occur in the future.
Adverbial time clauses (here 'when') write about the future in the present tense.
Ladies and Gentlemen, thanks to your untiring efforts our hideout is finally complete!!
This is an important thing for all of you.
How could you? Is our relationship really so cold?
Anyhow, just why is it that I have to be sent out in the middle of the night to buy a canned drink?
Y'know we're short of money to have fun and ... Well to be blunt, gimme!
Mother is never impatient with us.
She threw a disapproving glance at me.
She is dead to love.
She cared for the children out of charity.
I couldn't understand why she frowned at him.
Putting pieces of bread prevented them from getting lost.
They are not such a bad lot.
He didn't have a grain of courage.

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