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The earthquake destroyed everything within a 25-mile radius.
Everything’s done by computer nowadays.
If you put the books back on the shelves, I’ll put everything else away.
The bar serves everything from beer and wine to exotic cocktails.
You look upset – is everything all right?
Why do you always have to spoil everything, Debbie?
Make sure you’ve got the passports and tickets and everything before you leave.
Beauty isn’t everything, you know!
Sarah and Robert meant everything to each other.
James seemed to have everything – good looks, charm, and plenty of money.
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