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“Go on then,” I replied.

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I stayed in a hotel where the towels were so thick, I could hardly close my suitcase.

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Tom’s wife was delighted when he told her he’d finally secured a job in the local bowling alley.

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I quit my job at the helium factory. I refuse to be spoken to in that tone.

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