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They have no weapons to defend themselves.
The Republicans are divided among themselves about how to spend the money.
The couple had been saving up to buy themselves a house.
Dr Jeffers' book should give readers a better understanding of themselves.
No one knows more about crime than the criminals themselves.
The two youths died in a fire that they themselves had started.
Helen and Philip were able to get a table to themselves.
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