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“You know what helps me is as soon as the pain starts, I take an aspirin or something to stop the inflammation.”
“Take one capsule of this two or three times a day; it'll help ease the pain.”
“I'm having chest pains.”
“The pain was just unbearable!”
“I don't think I'd be able to endure that kind of pain.”
“Shoot! I've got a hangnail.”
“I've been having excruciating sinus headaches for the last few days.”
“She wrote me a prescription for some pain killers.”
“I get this sharp pain in my shoulder whenever I raise my arm.”
at least (a number) before (something)
arrive to (somewhere)
I'm going to (do something).
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carry out (an action)
the current date
What if (something happens)?
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