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I can't find my ticket. I think I must have lost it.
Don't do it again.
Her dog was howling at the door, so he let it in.
You should come to Rome – it's a wonderful city.
If you'd come along and support us, we'd really appreciate it.
It's nice to be home again.
It's strange that she never mentioned the wedding.
It annoys me to hear people blaming everything on the government.
It's always sad saying goodbye to someone you love.
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the condition of continually consuming large amounts of information, especially when this has a negative effect on a person's well-being and ability to concentrateBuzzWord Article
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