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Sally had spent all her life working for others.
I've been awake all night worrying.
The situation is changing all the time.
She needs to have someone looking after her all the time.
They stayed in London all through the war.
We all enjoyed the party.
No one can solve all these problems.
Over 90% of all traffic accidents result from human error.
All seven astronauts were killed in the explosion.
I want all of you to listen carefully.
Not all lawyers have large incomes.
This is the British English definition of all. View American English definition of all.
a frightening or unfriendly low noise
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