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a weekly record of world events
Try to keep a record of everything you eat this week.
Woods broke the course record with a superb score.
The lap record was set last year by Schumacher.
She holds the world indoor record in the 800 meters.
The company has a reasonably good safety record.
Original Beatles’ records are worth a lot of money now.
It doesn’t matter now, but just for the record, you were wrong.
Off the record, many Republicans admit they cannot win the election.
The governor has gone on record as saying the law should be changed.
Despite the administration’s attempts to set the record straight, the scandal refuses to die down.
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