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“Careful with that; it's fragile.”
“Actually, the refrigerator's broken.”
“Be careful stepping on that. It's not steady.”
“Children and the elderly are particularly vulnerable.”
“Restricted area: Do not enter.”
“Watch out! Your fingers are going to get caught in the door.”
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“You could cause permanent damage to your ears, you know.”
“Don't you dare!”
“Please do not leave your valuables unattended.”
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