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We've lived here for over 20 years.
I want to get out of here as soon as I can.
You can see the lighthouse from here.
There aren't many good restaurants around here.
It's freezing cold out here.
Keiko was over here for a year studying English.
Come and sit over here.
The treaty of Versailles was signed right here in this room.
Here we are. Sorry we're late.
I'm waiting for Linda. Oh, here she is, coming up the drive.
Here's the doctor now.
Here comes the bus.
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