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You have to have the proper tools for the job.
That’s not the proper way to do it!
The problem was they didn’t have a proper place to rehearse.
Councillors went against their own officers and ignored proper procedures.
I don’t think it would be proper for me to say any more.
I’m sure you will all agree that this is the only proper course of action.
It’s only right and proper that his family should be present.
When are you going to get a proper job?
Start the day with a proper breakfast.
He needs proper medical care.
Young people then were all terribly proper.
He’s always so prim and proper.
Does he live in Swansea proper or in the suburbs?
He’s only six, but he’s already a proper little gentleman.
a style of architecture proper to the period