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“Children and the elderly are particularly vulnerable.”
“Police have not yet determined the cause of death.”
“No one has come forward yet to claim responsibility for the attacks and police have not named any suspects.”
“We're still assessing the extent of the damage.”
“The extent of the damage is just... it's unprecedented.”
“There is considerable disagreement among scientists over how likely such a catastrophe is to occur.”
“I intend to address these challenges head-on.”
“There is a hurricane warning in effect throughout Delaware and southern New Jersey.”
“Meyerson suffered a major knee injury last year that took him out of the game for most of the season.”
“The situation in Fukushima is deepening the public's concern over the safety of nuclear power.”
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