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We expect an announcement within the next 24 hours.
The military government has promised to hold free and fair elections within six months.
Within the past few weeks, 215 people have been arrested.
Within living memory these mountains were the home of the brown bear.
The ticket gives students unlimited free travel within the U.K.
As she neared the door, she heard voices within and hesitated.
There were four churches within the walls of the ancient city.
Within, the hotel is simple and friendly with a small lounge and a breakfast room.
The government was doing everything within its power to help the victims.
Private security firms must still operate within the limits of the law.
I am willing to pay whatever price you ask – within reason.
A shell exploded within 150 feet of the Allied headquarters.
Hotel Belvedere is within easy reach of the town center.
At last our little boat came within sight of Alexandria Bay.
“Hurry up!” Dan yelled, as soon as Peter was within earshot.
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