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Perry glanced at the clock over the door.
The Simpsons live in a flat over the shop.
We could see the Angolan flag flying over the governor’s palace.
She came and stood over him as he lay on the bed.
Government troops fired a few shots over their heads.
Flocks of geese flew over, calling loudly.
She put her hands over her ears.
Carlson replaced the blanket over the dead man.
The roads were already covered over with a few feet of snow.
She spilled coffee all over my new dress.
Sandra’s brother lives just over the road from our house.
The airport was right over on the far side of Newcastle.
The main entrance is further over on the left.
Pull over to the side of the road and let me drive.
She leaned over and whispered in my ear.
Would you move over and make room for me?
Why don’t you come over and have dinner with us sometime?
I think the kids are over at Pam’s place.
Lawrence walked over to the window and looked out.
Helen was born in Australia, but she’s been living over here for 11 years.
Moore’s fourth marriage was over after only 18 months.
When the war began in August 1914, they said it would be all over by Christmas.
We’re all so relieved that the trial is over and done with.
Losing her brother was a terrible shock and she isn’t over it yet.
Malaria is a serious illness and you’re not going to be over it in a couple of days.
He’ll soon get over his disappointment.
We went over to Internet banking because it saved time and money.
In Sweden they switched over from driving on the left to driving on the right.
You row and I’ll sit in the back of the boat and steer – then later on we’ll change over.
Yeltsin was elected by a large majority with over 45 million votes.
Over 50 per cent of the company’s shares are owned by the government.
The pension will be paid to people aged 65 and over.
If the teacher doesn’t like your essay, you have to do it all over again.
Diplomats receive a generous living allowance over and above their basic salaries.
This £151 million is over and above the government’s previous spending plans.
I was impressed by Leonard’s confidence and certainty over against his brother’s weakness and hesitation.
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