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“Almost everything has been taken care of at this point.”
“Ashley, for God's sake, go to the doctor and get that checked out!”
“I think the filter needs to be changed.”
“I started watching over her shoulder and... what can I say? I got sucked into it.”
“We got disconnected.”
“The good thing about it is it doesn't need to be watered that often.”
“Watch out! Your fingers are going to get caught in the door.”
“So were you transferred here, or did you move voluntarily?”
“He claims to have been abducted by aliens.”
“As you're all aware, we've been forced to make significant cutbacks.”
at least (a number) before (something)
arrive to (somewhere)
I'm going to (do something).
extreme acts of violence
carry out (an action)
the current date
What if (something happens)?
in our society
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