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Mary tried to stamp on the spider, but it scuttled away.
He doesn't seem able to dance without stamping on his partner's feet.
They didn't bother to stamp my passport this time.
It was stamped with the words 'Made in China'.
The book had the library's name stamped on the inside cover.
People were standing around, stamping their feet and rubbing their hands.
The little boy stamped his feet and screamed at his mother.
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old and no longer in good condition
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