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Tom arrived just in time to catch the train.

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Tom arrived just in time to catch the train.
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CK CK June 26, 2014 at 1:22 PM June 26, 2014 at 1:22 PM link permalink

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[#2639584] Tom didn't make it to the station in time to catch the train he was planning to catch. (CK)
[#1973013] I have to leave early to catch the train. (davearms)
[#329299] Did you catch the train?! (fcbond)
[#279185] You have plenty of time to catch the train. (CK)
[#63468] I barely managed to catch the train. (CK)