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“People generally assume that more expensive products are of higher quality, but that's not necessarily the case.”
“I shall destroy all who dare to oppose me!”
“We're very pleased with the initial results.”
“The situation in Fukushima is deepening the public's concern over the safety of nuclear power.”
“May I offer you a complimentary dessert?”
“I'm very sorry that it didn't meet your standards.”
“Time Warner Cable's customer service leaves much to be desired.”
“All residents within a 5-kilometer radius have been instructed to evacuate their homes.”
“Dear Mr. Kent: I am writing to inform you that we have not yet received your rent payment for this month.”
“A fugitive has been apprehended after attempting to escape from a Durham county jail.”
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