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Jackie could play the piano and sing, whereas I couldn’t do either.
Most of the troublemakers were not fans of either team.
I didn’t like either of the candidates.
It’s a problem I can’t solve, and I don’t think anyone else can either.
We tried another method, but that didn’t work either.
He did a superb job, and he didn’t have any help either.
You must answer either yes or no.
You can contact us either by phone, by e-mail, or by letter.
When there’s a crisis, they either do nothing or do something totally useless.
Her parents were sitting on either side of her.
There were stairs at either end of the hall.
Pierce entered the room carrying a briefcase in either hand.
Maybe the boy was really sick, or maybe he was just exhausted – either way they would have to stop.
“I don’t like horror movies.” “Me either.”
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