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“Go to the “Edit” menu and there should be an option to “Select All”.”
“Be careful stepping on that. It's not steady.”
“Quit nagging me!”
“Take one capsule of this two or three times a day; it'll help ease the pain.”
“Draw in a deep breath.”
“Restricted area: Do not enter.”
“Pull up a little closer.”
“Hold on, hold on. Start at the beginning.”
“Stand clear of the closing doors please.”
“Please disregard my last message. It was mistakenly sent to the wrong group.”
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