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How do I create a new file?
In the last week, 170 new jobs have been created.
the story of how God created the world
the newly created post of general secretary
Soft music creates a relaxing atmosphere.
His comments have created a lot of confusion.
The main road was closed, creating traffic problems.
I really wanted to create a good impression at the start of the interview.
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dirty and sometimes untidy or smelling bad
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