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"Stop!" he shouted.
"I want to go now," Danny shouted at the top of his voice.
Donna shouted at the men furiously.
As she left the court, she shouted insults at the police.
Some of the patients were screaming and shouting at the nurses.
We shouted across to the driver to tell him to turn off the engine.
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