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“Always secure your own mask before assisting others.”
“The situation in Fukushima is deepening the public's concern over the safety of nuclear power.”
“Better safe than sorry.”
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“I'm sure it's perfectly safe, but it has a funny taste.”
“I'd better lock it up just in case.”
“Our top priority right now is making sure that everyone is OK.”
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