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We’re making a lot of progress, but we’ve still got a long way to go.
Anna’s a highly intelligent girl, but she’s very lazy.
a simple but effective way of filtering water
What we are about to do is perfectly legal. But please don’t discuss it with anyone.
It was a very complicated operation. But I don’t want to bore you with all the details.
There’s also the question of how we’re going to pay for this, but we can discuss that some other time.
She does nothing but complain all day long.
There’s no alternative but to scrap the whole plan and start again.
I refuse to discuss my medical history with anyone but Dr. Grant.
We can but guess at the extent of the problem.
Several Japanese companies already operate in the U.S., Nissan, Honda, Fujitsu, to name but a few.
No one ever listens to what I say, but then I’m only the assistant manager.
There was no doubt but that the poor girl had committed suicide.
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