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A new version of the software is due in the next couple of weeks.
The case is due to go to court next month.
The prisoners are not due for release until next year.
I’m due for a pay rise.
I’m due at a meeting in ten minutes.
Her baby is due in May.
When are you due?
Students’ term papers are due next Monday.
You must repay the loan, and any interest that is due on it.
The rent is due on the first day of each month.
£10,000 is due to her under clause 5.1 of her contract.
A driver has to have due regard for the safety of other road users.
The committee reached its decision after giving due consideration to the views of the public.
I have been given a lot of support by my colleagues, for which thanks are due.
Some credit is due to the government for this improvement.