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  • When people think a lot about religion something seems to get into a place. ...
  • He taught us a lot about the studio and how to record an album. ...
  • Some students take part in the camp and learn a lot about the island. ...
  • But at any rate, it taught me a lot about my fellow men. ...
  • She told me some of her own stories -- and a lot about religion.
  • She talked to us a lot about her man and her four children. ...
  • At this time he learned a lot about film making and acting. ...
  • He taught them to love nature, told a lot about birds and animals life. ...
  • People who know a lot about a thing often miss its obvious points.
  • I learned a lot about people and life in those places.
  • Really I've been thinking a lot about you these last few days!
  • She was talking a lot about you as we were going to school this morning.
  • So he is talking a lot about God now and that means war. ...
  • What comes prior to this can often tell a lot about the history of a certain family. ...
  • Tom knew a lot about trade with Canada even before he arrived. ...
  • Both little girls learn a lot about life from each other. ...
  • This book tells about things they actually did and a lot about how they operate. ...
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