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Where would you like to sit?
I wonder where Jack went.
Do you know where the road leads to?
Where did the package come from?
She didn't say where she works.
I don't know where Jack is taking me for our anniversary.
We were led to the dining room, where lunch was being served.
Put the picture where I can see it.
This cabinet is where she keeps all her sewing things.
I was a teacher in the college where Khalil was studying.
Where the temple once stood there is now a large parking garage.
Where shall I start?
We may find ourselves in a situation where we can't pay our debts.
Eventually I reached the point where I was beginning to enjoy my work.
The Democrats want to raise taxes, and this is where we differ from them.
But where a less determined man might have admitted defeat, Wallace fought back with renewed vigor.
I don't know where she gets these ideas.
Xavier is an unusual name. Where does it come from?
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