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  • Looked, that is. really bad typer and too trigger happy to check!

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  • In a report entitled Looked After Children, the committee said children "rarely" had the relationship with their social worker that they wanted.

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  • In a report entitled Looked After Children, the committee said children "rarely" had the relationship with their social worker that they wanted.

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  • In a report entitled Looked After Children, the committee said children "rarely" had the relationship with their social worker that they wanted.

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  • In a report entitled Looked After Children, the committee said children "rarely" had the relationship with their social worker that they wanted.

    icHuddersfield

  • My son "Looked" through it and didn't pick it back up.

    The Cybils Speak

  • Looked at more closely, the retention rate was very high for Catholics born during the first third of the century, reaching nearly 90 percent among young people coming of age in the 1920s and 1930s.

    American Grace

  • Looked out on the garden as if he could pierce the gloom.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Looked up at the darkened façade with something akin to hopelessness.

    Earl of Durkness

  • Looked upon them with thinly veiled contempt bordering at times on outright hostility.

    Earl of Durkness

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