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She put her hand on Cliff's arm.
Did I put my wallet in your purse?
Where did you put the newspaper?
Esposito's goal put the Bruins ahead.
I wish you hadn't told me – it puts me in a really difficult position.
Several jobs have been put in jeopardy as a result of the merger.
She was put in charge of the marketing department.
I hate being put under so much pressure.
He was put to work filing all the papers.
Supermarkets have put many smaller stores out of business.
That argument put me in a bad mood for the rest of the day.
There has been a lot of criticism of the way the proposals were put into effect.
The law puts farmers in this country at a disadvantage.
We've had to put my mother in a nursing home.
If we put the kids in one room, Jean can sleep in Adam's room.
The government has promised to put more police officers on the street.
What time do you put the kids to bed?
They're so different, you can't even put them in the same category.
I'd put Monet among the best artists of the century.
to kill someone in a violent way