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engPoland is not yet lost.
engHe kept silent for a long time.
engHe kept silent for a long while.
engI prefer not to comment.
engI have noticed that the bus drivers can't brake.
engI noticed that the bus drivers cannot brake.
engWhich page did you see that on?
engThese cards are the four of spades and the six of hearts.
engWe can't see ultraviolet light, but insects can.
engThey're tired of not doing anything.
engYou're tired of not doing anything.
engYou're tired of not doing anything.
engWhy was Tom fired?
engWhen the dog is happy it wags its tail.
engPut your coat on before you go out or you'll catch cold.
engLemons grow on lemon trees and oranges on orange trees.
engYou too.
engDo I have to do it right now?
engDo I have to do it now?
engDo I have to do it already?
engWe were all surprised that Tom won the race.
engNobody thinks Tom will win the race.
engWith whom do you live?
engWho do you live with?
engHow can I help?
engCan I help in any way?
engAre you looking for something?
engCan I help you?
engCan I help you in any way?
engCan I help you in any way?
engCan I help you?
engAnd another thing, do you play the violin?
engIt's not going very well for you.
engI don't know what the next step should be.
engI don't know what the next step is.
engNo, I'm not frightened of ghosts.
engI'm not frightened of ghosts.
engTom wants to thank you.
engTom wants to thank you.
engWhat you're doing is so noisy that I can't hear what you're saying.
engI served the children their meal.
engHe awaits his examination results so he can choose an appropriate course at University.
engThey celebrated the completion of his high school years.
engShe regretted not being able to attend the concert.
engEveryone makes mistakes.
engMy nails are too short.
engMeztli likes the moon.
engTláloc likes to travel.
engTláloc likes travelling.
engMilky Way is a chocolate bar distributed by the Mars Confectionery Company.
engXochipepe likes flowers.
engTochtli likes rabbit meat.
engIxtli has a lovely face.
engThe Earth and Sun are just tiny dots among the billions of stars in the Milky Way Galaxy.
engI'm not stupid, am I?
engThe Milky Way consists of a hundred billion stars.
engThe Milky Way consists of hundreds of billions of stars.
engIt is a perfectly manageable task.
engIn what way may I be of service to you?
engI served the childeren their meal.
engThe car needs a service.
engShe was a shining example to people everywhere.
engThe prices are variable, so shop around.
engHe was wounded during a shoot-out with the police.
engThe ruling class will not surrender its power.
engI know you're afraid.
engSei que tens medo.
engWhere is the cat?
engDo you want to see him again?
engSounds good!
engYou’re not eating anything.
engShe said that it was important.
engHe said that it was important.
engShe said it was important.
engHe said it was important.
engThey said it was important.
engYou said that it was important.
engThey said that it was important.
engHere’s what I ate today.
engThat movie is ace.
engYou've won her heart.
engI’m not doing anything now.
engYou've won my heart.
engSometimes cows are killed by coyotes.
engYou're as guilty as him.
engYou are as guilty as he is.
engTom is crazy, and possibly dangerous.
engI checked my bags.
engMary is as guilty as Tom.
engShe is as guilty as Tom.
engShe doesn't live here anymore.
engYou know what I think of that.
engYou know how I feel about that.
engYou know what my opinion of that is.
engYou know what I think about that.
engWe set out by car.
engThey don't work with us anymore.
engI wouldn't do that for all the money in the world.
engI don't feel safe here.
engWe're on Interstate 11.
engThis will not happen to you anymore.
engIf I understand correctly, I've been taken for a ride.
engNow it's too late. The train has already left.
engIs it a boy or a girl?
engTom's house burned to the ground.
engI felt like slapping her in the face.
engThe White House Office of Science and Technology Policy advises the President about the effects of science and technology on domestic and international affairs.
engThousands of major government data resources have been posted in "machine-readable" form for free public access on the Data.gov website, and range from weather data to car safety ratings to the cost of healthcare procedures.
engThousands of major government data resources have been posted in “ machine - readable” form for free public access on the Data.gov website , and rang e from weather data to car safety ratings to the cost of heal thcare procedures.
engScientific collections are assemblies of physical objects that are valuable for research and education — including drilling cores from the ocean floor and glaciers, seeds, space rocks, cells, mineral samples, fossils, and more.
engTransparency in government is a key component of a democracy. Ensuring that the public has access to government information both builds public trust in government decision-making and allows the public to hold government accountable for those decisions.
engTransparency in government is a key component of a democracy. Ensuring that the public has access to government information both builds public trust in government decision - making and allows the public to hold government accountable for those decisions.
engThe White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) advises the President about the effects of science and technology on domestic and international affairs.
engAll agencies should use modern technology to inform citizens about what is known and done by their Government.
engAgencies should take affirmative steps to make information public. They should not wait for specific requests from the public
engAll agencies should adopt a presumption in favor of disclosure, in order to renew their commitment to the principles embodied in FOIA, and to usher in a new era of open Government.
engIn responding to requests under the FOIA, executive branch agencies should act promptly and in a spirit of cooperation, recognizing that such agencies are servants of the public.
engNondisclosure should never be based on an effort to protect the personal interests of Government officials at the expense of those they are supposed to serve.
engThe Government should not keep information confidential merely because public officials might be embarrassed by disclosure, because errors and failures might be revealed, or because of speculative or abstract fears.
engThe Freedom of Information Act should be administered with a clear presumption: In the face of doubt, openness prevails.
engAccountability is in the interest of the Government and the citizenry alike.
engIn our democracy, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which encourages accountability through transparency, is the most prominent expression of a profound national commitment to ensuring an open Government.
engAs Justice Louis Brandeis wrote, "sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants."
engA democracy requires accountability, and accountability requires transparency.
engThis memorandum shall be published in the Federal Register.
engThis memorandum is not intended to, and does not, create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law or in equity by a party against the United States, its departments, agencies, or entities, its officers, employees, or agents, or any other person.
engExecutive departments and agencies should solicit public feedback to assess and improve their level of collaboration and to identify new opportunities for cooperation.
engExecutive departments and agencies should use innovative tools, methods, and systems to cooperate among themselves, across all levels of Government, and with nonprofit organizations, businesses, and individuals in the private sector.
engGovernment should be collaborative.
engExecutive departments and agencies should solicit public input on how we can increase and improve opportunities for public participation in Government.
engExecutive departments and agencies should offer Americans increased opportunities to participate in policymaking and to provide their Government with the benefits of their collective expertise and information.
engPublic engagement enhances the Government's effectiveness and improves the quality of its decisions.
engGovernment should be participatory.
engExecutive departments and agencies should harness new technologies to put information about their operations and decisions online and readily available to the public.
engMy Administration will take appropriate action, consistent with law and policy, to disclose information rapidly in forms that the public can readily find and use.
engTransparency promotes accountability and provides information for citizens about what their Government is doing.
engGovernment should be transparent.
engMy Administration is committed to creating an unprecedented level of openness in Government. We will work together to ensure the public trust and establish a system of transparency, public participation, and collaboration.
engBaby birds generally can't take to the air until they are several weeks old.
engMany animal species are on the brink of extinction.
engPut your money where your mouth is.
engHe replied with promptness and courtesy.
engBe careful not to drill into gas pipes.
engA tiny fishing boat was drifting slowly along.
engJapanese industry is making increasing use of robots.
engThey were both wise and incorruptible men.
engAn indecipherable glance passed between them.
engTom had somehow indefinably altered.
engI became financially independent.
engTurkey became an independent republic on October 29th 1923.
engThe number was indelibly printed on her brain.
engThe Regency Hotel was closed indefinitely.
engthey have long hair
engI want to eat something that's not hot and spicy.
engI want to eat something that's not spicy.
engEvery time I make a mistake, I learn something. The challenge is not to keep making the same mistakes over and over.
engCe fut fort beau.
engCe fiut fort beau.
engI have noticed that the bus drivers can't break.
engI noticed that the bus drivers cannot break.
engThe last mile is the longest.
engToday there is no lesson.
engMemories came flooding back when Tom found some photos from his childhood in an old box in the attic.
engI came across some old family photos when I was cleaning out the closet.
engI don't waste anything.
engDo you know when he'll get back?
engDo you know when he'll get back?.
engThey granted the journalist an interview.
engMy body is not as supple as it once was.
engI'm waiting for you to help me.
engHave you taken your medicine?
engShe arrived there before Tom.
engThey brought umbrellas.
engTom has put on more weight.
engA round light is hanging from the middle of the ceiling.
engMary is going to write a letter.
engWhere is your money?
engWhen I was waiting for the bus, I ran into my friend.
engThere were three of them and all three were armed.
engI'm afraid the monster is going to come tonight.
engDid you do that of your own free will?
engYes, I swear to this.
engI was arrested because I helped him escape.
engIsn't something burning in the kitchen?
engSo, you're not coming?
engTom didn't want to believe me.
engTom's house was consumed by fire.
engTom's house burned down.
engWill this sentence be translated?
engAs kids we used to love visiting grandma because she always had a large tin of biscuits in her kitchen.
engWho taught you that?
engWhat are you going to do afterwards?
engWhat are you going to do afterwards?
engShe is suspected of being a spy.
engA smile crossed my face.
engOuch! I was stung by a bee.
engJohn ran into the bedroom.
engTwo huge bull elephants duelled for several days to determine which one would father the next generation.
engThe past is not dead; it isn't even past.
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