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  • But that policy is even more important to you than to us.
  • That's probably true, but that's just how a world tour works.
  • Apparently, there was a plan to make her a regular character, but that never happened.
  • It means the situation is bad, but that is a normal state of affairs.
  • Many of his films during this early period did not do well, but that was about to change.
  • But that's not the only thing it is about.
  • But that status began to change in the early 19th century.
  • But that didn't have too much effect on me.
  • This is usually common in older adults but that is not always the case.
  • There are thoughts, but that's all that's known for certain.
  • This means not only that can they use the language but that it has become a significant part of their lives.
  • They felt that ERA was designed for middle class women but that working class women needed government protection.
  • They confirmed that they were working on a new version, but that it was not yet ready for release.
  • She recalls the days when they might have been happy, but that time has passed.
  • But that is only part of the picture.
  • Higher populated areas will generally receive a higher rate, but that is not always true.
  • Then they announced that the show will soon be canceled, but that never happened.
  • But that song is about taking responsibility for your actions.
  • It was generally supposed that prices would rise but that then they would fall as a result of competition.
  • Sometimes proper names are called simply names; but that term is often used more broadly.
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