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“I didn't bring any workout clothes.”
“There's some kind of bug going around.”
“Ladies and gentlemen, we're experiencing some turbulence. Please return to your seats and fasten your seatbelts.”
“Before we can install the new counter, we'll have to rip up all this old linoleum, and possibly replace some of the underlying floor. ”
“We have a few more minutes, so I'd be happy to take some questions from the audience.”
“I've developed a rash of some kind on my upper back, between my shoulder blades.”
“We're going to need to run some tests, just to make sure.”
“Have you experienced any heart palpitations?”
“Come on out with us and blow off some steam!”
“Let's crack open a window and get some fresh air in here.”
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