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Sentence #28300

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On your marks, get set, go!

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  1. May 27th 2010, 17:51
    *ready, set, go ?
  2. May 27th 2010, 17:52
    It's a common enough version. It's probably a little closer to the Japanese in meaning than 'Ready, set, go'.

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