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“There're some good restaurants around here.”
“There are people that you just 'click' with immediately, you know?”
“There's a seating chart in the back of the roll book.”
“There's some kind of funky odor in here.”
“There's a tournament being held in April that I was thinking about signing up for...”
“Remember guys: there's no 'I' in 'team'.”
“Ma'am, it seems to be six pounds over the allowed weight. There will be an additional overweight baggage charge for that.”
“There is considerable disagreement among scientists over how likely such a catastrophe is to occur.”
“There were definitely some sparks.”
“There is no local Brooklyn-bound service between 34th Street and Canal.”
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