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Our plants didn't grow very well this year, but yours look really good.
My pen isn't working – can I borrow yours?
My office will keep in close touch with yours concerning my future plans.
This is my book. That one must be yours.
This man doesn't believe in wasting time – yours or his.
A friend of yours called while you were out.
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the part of a church where the priests and choir sit during a religious ceremony
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