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Police have found a weapon.
Illegal drugs were found in the singer's luggage.
Have you found your shoes?
He found happiness late in life with his second wife.
Doug finally found the courage to speak.
The court found that the company was in breach of its contract.
He was found guilty and sentenced to three years in prison.
The industrial tribunal found in our favour.
The court found against the plaintiff.
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