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You’ll have to borrow the money from someone else.
She wanted an apology from the president.
The watch was a present from his daughter.
He’s on the 3 o’clock flight from Chicago.
Start from that tree over there and run to the house.
We’re planning to drive from Los Angeles to Denver.
He’s usually in his office from around 9:00 to 5:00.
She’s interested in the period from the early 1940s to now.
From now on things are going to be different around here.
We live a few miles from the city.
We spent the night about eight kilometers from the Uganda-Kenya border.
Tickets for the concerts cost from $25 to $50.
Evans is charged with offenses ranging from burglary to armed assault.
The company offers a range of products from haircare to footcare.
We hardly recognized him when he came back from the war.
She was injured in a car crash while returning from a dance.
The room was divided by a blanket hanging from the ceiling.
Her toe was sticking out from the hole in her shoe.
Reporters were prevented from visiting the scene of the accident.
The machine is protected from the weather by a heavy cover.
His restlessness kept him from sleeping.
The situation changes from hour to hour.
Conditions vary from place to place.
You can move the phone from room to room, or even into the garden.
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