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What's all this stuff on my desk?
By the time we got to the sale, all the good stuff was gone.
The costumes were made of thin, gauzy stuff.
Wheat's the stuff they use to make spaghetti and cereal.
We need salad stuff.
I think he has the right stuff for the job.
We need some meat and stuff for dinner.
She wants us to smile more, and stuff like that.
If you have any questions, John really knows his stuff.
The pictures of the genocide were the stuff of nightmares.
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