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t in a sentence

definition of "t"  
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  • But don't look for a clear-cut outcome.
  • We shouldn't give up our audience to anyone else.
  • But he says he hasn't forgotten fundamental FIFA politics.
  • "People who aren't particularly fans will watch.
  • "You just can't make any deals today.
  • We didn't quite have the equipment for classical ballet.
  • But it wasn't originally in her plans for him.
  • "I don't care about him ."
  • I don't think I will have to motivate him.
  • It doesn't make a statement one way or another.
  • Most ticker symbols don't require a flight of fancy.
  • Once he pulls out he can't see ."
  • He didn't have any one thing going for him.
  • Despite being hit, Reliford didn't charge the mound.
  • That way, seeds won't bake in parched ground.
  • "I don't know about that,"
  • Don't get me wrong-- nobody likes suffering.
  • If you want reality, you can't ."
  • "But I can't stay away ."
  • Realistically, I don't think I can do it.
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