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Was Ron ever in the army?
Have you ever been to Cape Town?
It hardly ever rains here in the summer.
The method seldom, if ever, fails.
Don't ever do that again.
It was the only serious question he had ever asked me.
I will never ever forget what you've done for me.
It was her first time ever on an airplane.
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the part of the nucleus of an atom that has no electrical charge
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