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“Must break technology down for people to un derstand.”
“I'm saying we should study it so that we can then un-derstand the pros and cons in case we ever needed to deploy it.”
“You do un - derstand!" she murmured, and he felt the wetness of tears at his neck.”
“Only after the game is complete will they un - derstand that they have played their parts.”
“Indeed, she had come to un - derstand a great deal more about their private life together than she had before, and in the process had learned more about sexuality than a child was normally told.”
“Either they're garbling the lyrics some - thing awful, or they're singing in a language I don't un - derstand, because I can't make out the words.”
“Rather I want them to understand Viennese Jewish intellectual life from the late 19th century until 1933.”
“Now something else was happening here that he didn't un - derstand.”
“Pain that came from anger, and something less easy to define or un derstand.”
“That brash and arrogant knight doesn't un - derstand.”
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