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“Yes, take it back, cert'nly, that is ef you'll get me anything I want for it.”
“Both traced their roots to the time of Jesus, but the Eastern Orthodox Church did not acknowledge the supremacy of the Pope, being willingo nly to recognize him as "first among equals.”
“You cert'nly 'lose your reason' every time you come around _that_ ole place! ”
“According to the company's research, "[O] nly the fourth generation product had a less expensive BOM at the time of its introduction, at $40.80.”
“The case began in June, but a complaint was o nly filed in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan last week.”
“Davenport previously posted a comment under “Top Priorities if Elected” that he was the “[o] nly Christian candidate for this office.””
“Even as large global companies are increasingly moving to hedge their foreign-exchange risks, many multinationals o nly think about their exposures to a half-dozen currencies, choosing not to worry about those they consider minor concerns.”
“It does not say that people should nly be able to have "sporting" firearms.”
“Let Me Sign," a song Mr. Long co-wrote and said he performed o nly once in public, was sung by Mr. Pattinson in the first "Twilight" installment with all the intensity of Van Morrison's "Astral Weeks.”
“The survey was conducted by telephone among 602 registered voters in New York City (including a sample of 93 interviews among adults who o nly use a cellphone).”
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