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Tom sent his last text message just three minutes before the crash.
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I'm not interested in becoming a Canadian.
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I wanted Tom to buy me some stamps while he was at the post office.
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I wish everyone would just leave me alone.
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It's Tom's fault, not Mary's.
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I wanted Tom to play chess with me, but he said that he didn't want to.
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Three people were killed in the explosion.
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Tom bought three bottles of red wine and three bottles of white wine.
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There was nothing I could do at that time.
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I want to ask Tom what he's been doing, but I know that I shouldn't.
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Tom took his dogs to the beach.
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Tom walks his dogs twice a day.
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Tom was hunted down like a dog.
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Tom is playing with Mary's dog.
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Tom's dog didn't have a collar.
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Tom's dog drowned in the river.
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Tom's dog drowned in the lake.
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Tom's dog is a German shepherd.
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Several dogs died in the fire.
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I won't let you have this dog.
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We heard the wild dogs howling.
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Tom said he heard dogs barking.
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I was treated worse than a dog.
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Tom's dog sleeps under his bed.
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Tom doesn't own a calculator.
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How many ex-wives do you have?
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We had a similar experience.
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Tom's dog barks at everyone.
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Tom's dog barks at everybody.
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Have you ever fed Tom's dog?
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Tom held his dog on his lap.
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Tom had to kill his own dog.
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That's not the dog Tom wants.
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We have both a cat and a dog.
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We don't have a cat or a dog.
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Dogs and cats are different.
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This store doesn't sell dogs.
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Tom's dog seems to know Mary.
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Tom is out walking the dogs.
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I'd prefer to get a male dog.
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Tom used to be a dog breeder.
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Tom used to be a dog handler.
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Tom worked as a dog trainer.
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It must be tough to be a dog.
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It must be hard to be a dog.
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Put the dog in the back seat.
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The dog jumped into the van.
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Tom treated Mary like a dog.
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Tom's dog scared Mary's cat.
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Tom doesn't even have a dog.
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Dogs are predatory by nature.
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Tom is the owner of this dog.
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My dog was licking my feet.
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My dog was licking my face.
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Tom lets people pet his dog.
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Tom should never have a dog.
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Tom is really afraid of dogs.
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Tom is dependent on his dog.
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Are cataracts common in dogs?
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Tom's dog is his best friend.
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Tom's dog isn't very bright.
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Tom's dog isn't very smart.
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Your dog needs to be walked.
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Most dogs love to be outside.
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My dog is a good companion.
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There were dogs everywhere.
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Tom bought an expensive dog.
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I won't give this dog to you.
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I'm pretty sure I saw a dog.
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Either the dog goes, or I go.
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Tom bought his dog some toys.
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Three dogs died in the fire.
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Tom told me that was his dog.
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Do you ever feed stray dogs?
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Tom was playing with my dog.
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Tom's and Mary's dogs fought.
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Tom's best friend is his dog.
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Tom's best buddy is his dog.
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The dog is behind the couch.
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The dog is behind the sofa.
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Tom absolutely loved his dog.
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I think that I've made my point.
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I've done enough harm already.
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Tom wants to audition for that part.
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You're having fun, aren't you?
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Tom came back home last week.
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I'm not the one who shot Tom's dog.
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I'm not the one that shot Tom's dog.
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It wasn't me who shot Tom's dog.
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I wasn't the one who shot Tom's dog.
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I hope I don't get disqualified.
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I've been warned three times.
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I haven't yet called to police.
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I haven't called to police yet.
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I haven't found the problem yet.
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I haven't yet found the problem.
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I've had no complaints so far.
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I've been left with no choice.
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I've made several improvements.
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I think that I've omitted something.