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There is a working holiday scheme for British citizens, but you have to be under 26.
Together they control just under 50% of the company.
A visa is not required for a stay of under three months.
The car can get from standstill up to 60 miles per hour in under six seconds.
The nursery is open for children aged four and under.
The ship came under attack from enemy aircraft.
A number of proposals are under consideration.
The building is still under construction.
Costello's business dealings have been under investigation by the FBI for months.
I've been under a lot of stress at work lately.
Police claim the situation is now under control.
Evidence suggests that the driver of the car was under the influence of drugs.
His older brother was forced to leave Hong Kong the year before under similar circumstances.
The UN inspectors would be allowed access to the eight sites, but only under certain conditions.
Under the circumstances, Kane felt he had no option but to resign.
Under the terms of the agreement, our company will receive 40% of the profits.
The boy is considered a minor under British law.
All individuals have basic human rights, that are recognized under international law.
Carson had been travelling under a false name.
Wight's books, published under the pen name James Herriot, became best-sellers.
Ms Hay has continued to work under her maiden name since her marriage.
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a sweet brown powder that tastes like chocolate and is made from the seeds of a Mediterranean tree