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He looks like his grandfather. You've really got to take your hat off to Bottas here. That guy has nerves of steel and always drives fast and clean. I think I'll give Leigh an egg timer. Your letter reached me only today, having been delayed by the heavy snow.

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They live on the floor below. When are you going to marry her? The prices are those collectors would expect to pay at auction now. She gave me a wide smile. Which book do you want?

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Stop this goofing around and get to work! I think I've fallen in love with you. The penis of a dwarf elephant can reach the half meter in length. We watch movies on the DVD every Saturday night. I've got nothing to tell you. Let's not make any hasty decisions. Let's sleep on it.

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Let's just stay out of each other's way. No, that's all.

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He is the very best baseball player in our school. I'm famished! I wish I had had a camera then. I want you to help me get out of here. Just let the woman go. We're preparing to do so. I am grudged even the least bit of happiness. I asked Novo to drive me home. There was such a racket at my house last night, I couldn't sleep.

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He was beside himself on her account.

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We're here to support Tor.

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