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“We developed quite a rhythm, and I learned to write quicklyso as tokeep up with his lightning imagination.”
“My wife, a nursing-home social worker for 15 years, saw how a person could decide tokeep breathing in until hisdaughter came, until her son was there.”
“According to the psychologists AmyWarriner and Karin Humphreys, theworst strategy in such situations is tokeep hunting.”
“Text can be used for more than just fundraising, it could be used tokeep in touch with activists, renewing membership, recruiting volunteersfor an event orthanking peoplefor taking part in something.”
“We would need case law applying the right to bear (not just the right tokeep).”
“Instead, you should have cited the creative use of color on a building not designed by your firm in order tokeep your credibility as an unbiasedcritic in this blog entry.”
“They are so afraid of change in this country and they will do and say anything tokeep the status quo.”
“Tina Fey has no other option than tokeep ridiculing Sarah”
“Cindy is a member of the Shanghai Porsche club, mainly tokeep up with her friends, and has been invited to an awards ceremony hosted by Jaguar.”
“We would need case law applying the right to bear not just the right tokeep.”
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