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  • And we get to take our time with this band and practice together.
  • Many people use this road to get to work in the city every day.
  • They eventually got to know and became friends with the band members.
  • I got to do a tour with them which was great experience.
  • He agreed on the condition that he would also get to direct it.
  • They felt they had been used as a way to get to Canada.
  • He and his friend were in different companies, but got to see each other.
  • Both men had agreed to do the tour only if they got to work together.
  • They make a point of getting to know those in positions of influence.
  • An eye began to form during the afternoon, it got to be wide.
  • He failed to get to England to join his brother who lived there.
  • You've got to do your duty or you will get no pay.
  • I hope that we can get to know each other better.
  • What right have they got to go and sit in the school?
  • They finally get to the end and close the gate that says road closed.
  • And you kind of get to see everything I go through in the process.
  • Because that's what you get to do in the game instead.
  • When the party got to the wood they broke away and started walking west.
  • And I am not too sure how we got to this point.
  • They think they are getting to be quite big boys now. Cited from Six Little Bunkers at Uncle Fred's, by Laura Lee Hope
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