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Sally looked down at her sleeve and removed a small speck of dirt.
Rescue crews removed two people from the collapsed building.
Remove the pan from the heat and leave to cool.
The area has now been removed from the list of dangerous destinations.
The bill is intended to remove obstacles that may discourage investors.
Officials who were involved in the scandal were removed from office.
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