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Mary is the only woman I've ever been in love with.
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Mary is wearing the ugliest dress I've ever seen.
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Mary couldn't find a dress she liked to wear to the prom.
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Mary is the only woman that I've ever been in love with.
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Mary is wearing the ugliest dress that I've ever seen.
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Mary knew Tom had a girlfriend, but she didn't care.
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Mary is one of the prettiest girls that I know.
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Mary was hoping that Tom would propose to her.
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Mary said that she'd never leave her husband.
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Mary never received the flowers Tom sent her.
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Mary said that her new dress cost her a lot.
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Mary didn't know that Tom had a girlfriend.
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Mary was hoping Tom would propose to her.
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Mary told me that she'd left her husband.
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Mary thinks that Tom is the man for her.
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Mary said she'd never leave her husband.
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Mary is the woman that I told you about.
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Mary didn't know Tom had a girlfriend.
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Mary knows Tom isn't her real father.
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Mary thinks Tom is the man for her.
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Mary wasn't expecting roses for her birthday, so she was very surprised.
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Mary tried on all the dresses, but none of them fit her very well.
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Mary wasn't in the room, but I could still smell her perfume.
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Mary had her first child when she was still a teenager.
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Mary's husband is three years younger than she is.
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Mary needed a dress, so her mother bought her one.
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Mary looked absolutely gorgeous in her new dress.
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Mary's husband is three years older than she is.
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Mary bought herself three new dresses last week.
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Mary is just a friend. She isn't my girlfriend.
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Mary couldn't find a dress to wear to the prom.
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Mary bought herself a new purse this afternoon.
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Mary hardly ever talks to her husband anymore.
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Mary bought herself a new dress for the dance.
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Mary is your neighbor's daughter, isn't she?
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Mary talked to Tom about that, didn't she?
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Mary didn't tell me Tom was her boyfriend.
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Tom says he wants to show Mary something.
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Mary told me her husband's name was Tom.
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Mary didn't tell me Tom was her husband.
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Mary didn't tell me Tom was her brother.
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Mary wished she had a boyfriend.
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Mary and her husband live in Australia now.
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Mary and her boyfriend are planning to visit Australia together.
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Mary and Alice were cheerleaders when they were in high school.
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Mary said she didn't want to let Tom drive.
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Mary said she didn't know why Tom was late.
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Mary let Tom know that she wanted to drive.
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Mary didn't tell me Tom was her ex-husband.
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Mary will do anything she can to help Tom.
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Mary told Tom she wanted something to eat.
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Mary said she'd be glad to do that for Tom.
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Mary said she thought Tom would be jealous.
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Mary said she thought Tom would be grouchy.
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Mary said she thought Tom would be careful.
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Mary said she thought Tom was going to win.
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Mary said she thought Tom ought to do that.
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Mary said she thought Tom didn't like John.
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Mary said she thought she could impress Tom.
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Mary said she thought Tom had been careless.
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Mary never told me that Tom was her brother.
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Mary asked Tom to pretend to be her husband.
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Mary told Tom that she was getting married.
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Mary told Tom that she had a new boyfriend.
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Mary asked Tom if he thought she was beautiful.
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Mary told Tom not to kiss her in public again.
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Mary told Tom about what John asked her to do.
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Mary never told us that Tom was her boyfriend.
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Mary dated Tom's brother before she dated him.
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Mary asked Tom to pretend to be her boyfriend.
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Mary said she didn't know who Tom's wife was.
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Mary hugged Tom and told him that she loved him.
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Mary hopes that Tom will teach her how to drive.
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Mary asked Tom if she could eat the last cookie.
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Mary wanted Tom to pretend to be her boyfriend.
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Mary told me that she thought Tom was handsome.
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Mary told Tom that her brother's name was John.
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Mary told Tom about what John wanted her to do.
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Mary said Tom wanted her to eat lunch with him.
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Mary let Tom know she didn't know how to drive.
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Mary is probably going to tell Tom she's tired.
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Mary is going to ask Tom to eat lunch with her.
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Mary is depressed because her husband left her.
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Mary hopes Tom will sit next to her on the bus.
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Mary has no idea how much Tom wants to see her.
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Mary has known Tom since she was a little girl.
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Mary didn't even read the message Tom sent her.
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Mary asked Tom not to kiss her in public again.
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Mary is depressed because Tom broke up with her.
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Mary told Tom that John wasn't her boyfriend anymore.
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Mary said she didn't know who Tom's girlfriend was.
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Mary refused to accept the roses that Tom sent her.
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Mary knew she wasn't the first girl Tom had kissed.
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Mary had never kissed a boy before she kissed Tom.
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Mary is going to do whatever she can to help Tom.
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Mary is depressed because her boyfriend left her.
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Mary has already told Tom about that, hasn't she?
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Mary said she hoped Tom would eat what she made.
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Mary said she expected Tom to eat lunch with us.
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Mary said she didn't want me to do that for Tom.