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I was asked to prepare a report for our next meeting.
Wendy helped Karen prepare the room for their guests.
Traders began to prepare for the annual surge of Christmas shoppers.
We're preparing a special reception for him when he returns.
Medical teams are preparing to leave for Mombasa to treat survivors.
The early introduction of the bill gives councils time to prepare themselves.
We were all working hard to prepare for the wedding.
I think you should prepare yourself for a shock.
This course prepares graduates for management careers in the tourist industry.
She knocked twice on the door and prepared herself to meet her new son-in-law.
We aim to cover your basic military training and prepare you to join the Navy team.
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