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“This one's quite a bit cheaper... but it has a six-hour layover in Atlanta.”
“He's an amazing athlete, but his technique is sloppy.”
“I walked quite a way out, but it was still only about waist deep.”
“I can tolerate the heat, but what I can't stand is this humidity!”
“But it still comes out from time to time.”
“No, I packed my lunch today. Thanks, though.”
“Everybody seems to be critical of the President these days, but I still believe in him.”
“But I still have trouble expressing myself.”
“Although, on the other hand, you might be better off waiting until the last minute.”
“He claims he didn't do it, but I strongly suspect that he did.”
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