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Natalie rushed to open the door and greet the guests.
The Prime Minister greeted him at the airport.
Bruce was warmly greeted by his colleagues.
The women greet each other with kisses on both cheeks.
A burst of applause greeted the players.
The announcement was greeted with some scepticism by environmental groups.
The decision was greeted by violent demonstrations.
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the long central part of a church where people sit
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