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“I'll warn you - It's still pretty damp.”
“It's a nasty habit — bad for your health, expensive, not to mention the odor.”
“Everything is really blurry. I can't even make out what that sign over there says.”
“Not exactly, but I did get some promising leads.”
“You have pretty obscure taste in music.”
“Meyerson suffered a major knee injury last year that took him out of the game for most of the season.”
“Oh my God, you must be so excited!”
“Do you have any recommendations for a nice, balanced red?”
“This one is relatively inexpensive.”
“Growing up, I had a strong Southern accent.”
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