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Since the favorite and his rival were running against each other a dark horse like him was able to pull out in front.
It is not wise to go by his word.
I'm satisfied if he has become any wiser.
The spell of drought did severe damage to the harvest.
Because of the drought, the grass has withered.
Many rivers have been so polluted that they can no longer be used for drinking water.
Someone else profits from the situation.
Taking advantage of the holidays, I returned home to Nagoya.
Are you trying to fish in troubled waters?
It is not wise to put your money on a horse.
I have no intention of fishing in troubled waters.
Two dogs fight for bone, and the third runs away with it.
A third party makes off with the profits.
Company A is trying to play us off against Company B in a severe price-war.
How dare you speak like that to me?
A child who has first learned to talk will badger his parents with "whys" and "whats".
It's been decided that the entertainment for our year-end party will be a question-with-comical-improvised-answer session.
We decided to have a last piece on the programme at the year-end party.
How dare you talk to me like that!

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