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“To make matters worse, one of the books I need is checked out.”
“As you're all aware, we've been forced to make significant cutbacks.”
“First and most importantly, you need to make sure that all your students are accounted for.”
“I just wanted to make sure we're all on the same page.”
“Make sure to bundle up!”
“Believe it or not, she made the first move.”
“I'm going to make an effort to spend more quality time with my family.”
“I didn't want to make her feel self-conscious.”
“Jane wanted me to tell you that she's sorry she couldn't make it.”
“They don't even make eye contact with you!”
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