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“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.”
“Have you guys covered exponents yet?”
“They're not actively searching for a replacement yet.”
“Are we there yet?”
“It hasn't really sunk in yet.”
“Dear Mr. Kent: I am writing to inform you that we have not yet received your rent payment for this month.”
“So they haven't filed for a divorce yet?”
“Hey, I just wanted to remind you that, um, you haven't paid yet for this month?”
“So have you done your taxes yet?”
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