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Often, students with family problems have difficulties at school.
Boredom often leads to bad behavior.
The home is often the most likely place in which someone is injured.
I've found that it's quite often impossible to park near the mall entrance.
I've already told you not to argue often enough.
Very often it turns out that the student hasn't understood the question.
I've been swimming twice as often as I did last year.
How often do you eat meat?
I work out fairly often.
He's been late for school very often this term.
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a sweet brown powder that tastes like chocolate and is made from the seeds of a Mediterranean tree