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“Being extemely optimistic, btw, it takes on average about twenty seconds per problem to grade, call it twenty minutes per question for all of my sections .”
“Congratulations Ms. Kagan, you should be extemely proud of yourself whether you are confirmed or not!!!!!!!”
“The sun came out and we sat on the porch and absorbed some of that extemely popular sunshine vitamin.”
“They became famous because what they designed worked, and worked extemely well.”
“The 1930s were extemely warm, what caused the temps of that decade?”
“She seems very normal and is extemely lucky to have parents that seem well grounded and supportive, as opposed to attention seeking or stage mom type parents that many young stars unfortuantely have * caugh*lohans*caugh*”
“Alternatively serious fraud involves extremely complex financial transactions and investigators require an extemely high level of forensic accountancy skills – difficult to achieve when “cutting your teeth” as a detective on the bread and butter serious investigations of other offences.”
“Our supervisor is extemely pumped about the results, and mentions them every time he sees either of us.”
“Would a rifle need to be extemely tight fitting to prevent this or are they pretty quiet in general?”
“Peter M, a few months ago I did an experiment because I have always been extemely dubious about Santorini's claim to have the best fava.”
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