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Your hair looks nice.
The Garden District is a much nicer place to live nowadays.
a nice cup of coffee
There’s a nice view from the upstairs window.
She’s a nice girl.
It was nice of you to come and see me.
He’s always been nice to me.
nice warm socks
a nice big smile
It’s nice and quiet in here.
I like my coffee nice and strong.
These are nice distinctions that are extremely technical.
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