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It was a small animal like a rat.
I think she was like me, she didn't really want to get involved.
No one could play the trumpet like he did.
I went and bought myself a new pen just like yours.
That morning began just like any other.
Doesn't he look like Mark?
The cloth felt like silk against her skin.
Was the office where you used to work anything like this one?
I have to admit India was nothing like what I was expecting.
Once it's washed and ironed it'll be like new.
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a substance that scientists think exists out in space, but for which they have no direct proof
… to reveal a small part of your intentions in order to attract support, without actually committing yourself to doing anythingadd a word
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