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“It gets monotonous after a while, don't you think?”
“The soles of my feet are raw from all that walking.”
“They're one of the most reliable cars on the road.”
“Voter turnout here is abysmal.”
“Yeah, it can be really intimidating traveling in a foreign country where you don't know the language and the customs.”
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“It's a terrible, terrible tragedy.”
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“The extent of the damage is just... it's unprecedented.”
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