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Tom and Mary attended the same school.
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Tom had gunshot residue on his hands.
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Tom told Mary that John was getting remarried.
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Tom had a violent argument with Mary.
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Tom told me that we're supposed to wait here.
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Maybe Tom is too shy to come over here.
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Tom said he wanted a little bit more privacy.
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Tom felt he couldn't wait any longer.
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Tom didn't let Mary out of his sight.
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Tom says he's too tired to do anything else.
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It was Tom's job to take care of Mary.
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Tom canceled his plans to visit Mary.
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I wonder what Tom is going to tell us.
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Tom and Mary asked John to help them.
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Tom is in the living room watching the news.
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This is the hospital where Tom used to work.
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Were you there when Tom was arrested?
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We're not talking about the same Tom.
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This is the hospital where Tom works.
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Tom's place was surrounded by police.
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Why don't you ask Tom instead of me?
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Tom's parents have to know the truth.
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Tom realized that he was on his own.
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Tom is having financial difficulties.
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What color shirt was Tom wearing yesterday?
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Do you think Tom will like this shirt?
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Tom tried on many hats, but he couldn't find one that fit.
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Tom couldn't control his anger anymore.
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Tom's dogs killed one of Mary's goats.
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There's not a malicious bone in Tom's body.
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I don't know anything about Tom's business.
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Tom was too scared to tell Mary the truth.
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Tom left the waitress a thirty dollar tip.
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I want to do everything I can to help Tom.
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Tom began to realize that Mary was lying.
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I didn't know what Tom was talking about.
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I asked Tom what he thought we should do.
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We had no idea what Tom was going to do.
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Tom called Mary to ask her to come over.
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Tom bought Mary an amazing diamond ring.
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Tom and Mary have many things in common.
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Tom noticed scratches on Mary's hands.
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Tom left at about 2:30 in the morning.
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Tom is certainly not trying very hard.
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I think Tom really had a good time.
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Tom told Mary that he'd kill her.
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Tom made plans to visit Boston.
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Tom later moved back to Boston.
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Tom is now cancer free.
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Tom made a full recovery.
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Tom climbed into the canoe.
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It's Tom's turn next.
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Tom is certainly scared.
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Tom is certainly afraid.
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Tom said almost nothing.
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Tom can speak three different languages.
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Tom, are you sure you're all right?
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Tom had to be forcibly removed from the airplane.
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Tom's face turned bright red.
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Tom wouldn't like that.
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I'm fairly certain that Tom won't like that.
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I doubt that Tom will want to go to Boston with you.
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Tom is very likely to want to do that.
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Tom isn't very likely to want to do that.
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I'm not sure what Tom is talking about.
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I think Tom has a big advantage.
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Tom is a world-famous golfer.
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I love the way Tom does that.
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Tom was scared to go to bed.
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Tom turned on the light in the dining room.
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Don't talk about that in front of Tom.
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Tom washes his hair three times a week.
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I bought something for Tom.
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I haven't heard anything from Tom in weeks.
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Tom was so out of breath that he could hardly speak.
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Tom went over to Mary's house.
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Tom doesn't know the whole truth.
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Perhaps you could learn a thing or two from Tom.
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Tom and Mary seem to be mad at each other.
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Tom was just as confused as Mary was.
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Tom is tall, dark and handsome.
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Tom may have done something foolish.
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Tom may have done something stupid.
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Tom has done something foolish.
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Tom has done something stupid.
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The guards almost beat Tom to death.
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I believe Tom was murdered.
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Do you believe that Tom was murdered?
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Tom has finished his work.
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Tom disliked school.
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The police told Tom to come out of the house with his hands up.
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Tom and Mary have the same last name, but they're not related.
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I asked Tom what he thought the right decision would be.
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We went to Boston to spend a couple of weeks with Tom.
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I really don't like spaghetti the way Tom makes it.
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I told Tom I didn't want to go to Boston with him.
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Tom and I went to the same high school in Boston.
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I didn't think there was anything wrong with Tom.
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I asked Tom what he thought was going to happen.
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I told Tom I didn't want to eat pizza tonight.
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