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Parents often experience deep feelings of guilt if their children fail.
My feeling is that we should wait a week or two.
Sarah has very strong feelings about environmental issues.
When I woke up I had no feeling in my legs.
She had lost all feeling in her right arm.
The last thing we want is any friction or bad feeling between the players.
I have a feeling we've met before.
I had the feeling she was watching me.
He has no feeling for poetry whatsoever.
I had mixed feelings about meeting Laura again.
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