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There’s another news programme at ten o’clock.
Peter’s mum is expecting another baby in June.
‘These sandwiches are delicious.’ ‘Would you like another?’
They are having another of their parties.
We’re doing a big concert tomorrow night and another one on Saturday.
The government is involved in yet another corruption scandal.
Isn’t there another word that has the same meaning?
Fatima’s husband was working in another part of the country.
I lent the book to my teacher, and he lent it to another of his students.
Music fans are already calling him another Frank Sinatra.
There were fears that the war in Bosnia might become another Vietnam.
And another thing – what about that £10 you borrowed from me?
‘Won’t you join me for lunch?’ ‘Another time, Nick, I’m really busy right now.’
Oh no, not another bloody crisis!
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