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I’ll meet you at half past five.
It’s exactly ten past three.
It was past midnight by the time we arrived.
I walked past several hotels on my way to the petrol station.
He got the ball and headed it past Mitchell.
The river winds its way past the picturesque village of Comrie.
The thieves somehow got past all the alarms.
She heard music coming from inside the van as it drove past.
Turn right a mile past the graveyard and you’ll see the church.
You’ll find the town about 80 miles south of Missoula, just past Darby.
I tried to catch his eye, but he stared right past me.
Tom seemed to be looking straight past me at the wall.
He was past his prime as a player by then.
I tried to read the book, but couldn’t get past the first chapter.
The months went past, and still no word from her.
The days seem to be just whizzing past.
I used to worry about him coming home late, but now I’m past caring.