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“They have a screened-in porch in back. ”
“He has a kind of solid build, right?”
“It's a quiet little suburban community about 30 minutes outside the city.”
“He was extremely animated.”
“My mom is plump like me, but my dad is tall and wiry.”
“He's out of control.”
“Yes, the woman over there in the gray suit.”
“An oldish gentleman, built kind of solidly?”
“He's past his prime now, but he was a great player at his peak.”
“She's a little overprotective.”
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