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It was no use; despite rummaging in his bag, he couldn't find his book. *
You shouldn't coerce people.
That ride wouldn't scare me.
Don't eat it all, leave me a piece.
I can't believe she has married him.
I'd like to read that book.
That isn't very relevant to the conversation.
I'll use this glue to fix my model.
She'll be bringing a present to the party. *
I hope you won't refuse my request.
His excuse didn't sound plausible.
We'd like to come to the party. *

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