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You never really talk to your parents, do you?
What's your address?
We need your help.
Go to your room!
The center can provide help when you've lost your job.
You never forget your first kiss.
The National Television Awards is your typical glitzy event.
This group is better than your average pop band.
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English version of definition of your
information which is presented as if it is based on serious research but is in fact based on what someone thinks is true
a curved area at one end of a church
a traditional Russian toy made out of wooden adorned dolls that are inserted one into another
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American definition of your from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.