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In addition to Nicola, Mrs. Stanley has three other children.
The report will be of interest to teachers and others in the education field.
Apart from the victim's name and age, no other details were given.
I suggested a camping trip, but Carey had other ideas.
Not now. We'll talk about it some other time.
The Greeks spend more money on food than any other nation in Europe.
The other half of the money will be provided by the government.
She was looking around for her other shoe.
I held onto the rope with my other hand.
He sat in front of the fire rubbing one bare foot against the other.
One of the twins was Reggie. What was the other one called?
We stayed until all the other guests had gone home.
Beethoven's Ninth is much longer than his other symphonies.
One boy fell off his chair and the others laughed.
I don't care what other people think.
We aim to develop in our students a sense of responsibility and a respect for others.
A taxi had stopped on the other side of the road.
Ashley sat at the other end of the sofa.
The voice at the other end of the phone sounded sleepy and confused.
The truck swerved to avoid a car coming from the other direction.
I tried to attract her attention, but she was looking the other way.
Most people expected the boys to do better than the girls, but in fact it was the other way around.
Among other things, Churchill was an accomplished writer and historian.
I had a phone call from Mandy the other day.
He's always complaining about something or other.
We all make mistakes at some time or other.
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