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The package was delivered this morning.
Would you like to have the latest fashions delivered to your door?
Your flowers will be delivered by hand to your door on the day of your choice.
The message was delivered by the Finnish ambassador.
These records should be delivered to the Registrar at the end of every financial year.
The main speech was delivered by Anne Samson.
No one believed that he would be able to deliver everything that he had promised.
How will the president deliver on his election promises?
We’re counting on you to deliver votes from younger people.
A two-processor configuration should deliver 57 MIPS.
It was another hundred years before they were finally delivered from slavery.
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