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“SET @lng = CAST ((lng + 180) * 11930464 AS UNSIGNED);”
“Y nd Hnnty nd Rsh nd Bck r llwd t blv tht sm trmpd p jnk y fnd lng th rdsde s pr gld.”
“But, to quote John Field (Psycholinguistics, 2003), there is no agreement as to how lng the critical period lasts and when the plasticity of the brain comes to an end.”
“Is it really gonna take em that lng to figure out how to spell N-O?”
“It now comes monthly but the staff don't know how lng this will continue.”
“Ujima, the housing association is question has been under a cloud since signally failing to build the number of new homes they committed to building _ by a very lng chalk.”
“Â Batman arrives just in time, distracting Pyg lng enough for the Dynamic Duo to kick him into unconciousness.”
“I'm a lng-time Doctor Who fan, I even have a hand-written letter from Tom Baker to me from when I was about 7 I had written to him and asked him where I could get my own K-9.”
“Hlln Mr hw lng t pt m rm rnd r btfl nck nd r chk nd lps—Thn drst”
“Let me quote a few stuff that he said on his comments. mga isip bata section na tohIsip bata your face. sori po pati mga ibang course dinadamay sa away kasi dapat wag po tayong kilos bata un lang po advice lng maging mturd sana tayoHow the hell did we involve the other sections?”
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Words dealing with environmental science, climate change, and the like.
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