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“The whole world is going to transition away from a traditional point and click type of environment to one wherea sensor-driven environment creates a completely different model of interfacing between people and computers," said Mundie.”
“I then head to produce wherea younger woman, fresh from the gym, proceeds to ram my cart repeatedly head on, three times, rather than say excuse me.”
“Maybe Don should travelto the town of Prenter Hollow, wherea health surveyfound that98% of adults interviewed in the area have gallbladder disease.”
“One of the measures of just how successful Republicans have been at seizing and defining the political language of our epoch is the fact that conservative has become a much coveted designation, wherea ...”
“This is the short story from the Skeleton Crew collection from King wherea small town is englufed in a strange mist killing people who are caught up in it.”
“Turning slightly, he gestured to wherea trio of soldiers were rummaging through Coerlis's effects.”
“Late one Sunday evening in 1987, while still an articled clerk, I received a call from attorney Max Mosselson, who wanted to know if I knew the wherea ...”
“You might have it for eyer without danger of ejectment, wherea$ yiwir piios - session of the vicarage depends on the life pf the vicar, who is eighty-six.”
“However, wherea plural noun is used bytradition to form such a phrase,it’sgenerally followed by anapostrophe, as in“the Thirty Years’ War”and “the Hundred Years’ War.””
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