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Among these views, the second one is of importance.
We're in a slump, barely scraping by, so we certainly don't have the margin to take on a part-time worker.
We're what they colloquially call a single mother family. I haven't seen my father's face.
When my home had an extension built I only had this room fitted with soundproofing and an internal lock.
Incidentally a motorway ramp is being constructed in the neighbourhood, a few hundred metres away, of my clinic.
We'll also have to create a separate smoking section, won't we?
Let's put up the tent while it is still light.
Let's pitch the tent while it's still light.
You're bound to feel that way at first, I guess.
Beautiful women die young - or so the saying goes. If so then my wife is going to live a long life.
She went inside.
The fire of ambition burned within her.
They began to quarrel among themselves.
Several of them are opposed to the bill.
He ran away from home without the knowledge of his parents.
He played on several pianos, one of which he chose.
He had not been employed two months before he was fired.
My son can count up to a hundred now.
I had my wallet stolen from my inner pocket.
Our dog will bite strangers.

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