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  • I think every star son or star daughter has to go through this.
  • It was the most moving thing we ever went through in our lives.
  • He is not looking forward to it, but must go through with it.
  • The club have gone through a number of name changes since they were formed.
  • The band has gone through many line up changes over the years.
  • A tree is accepted if every branch can be gone through this way.
  • It was revealed on the next show who would go through to the final.
  • Over the years, the magazine has gone through a number of physical changes.
  • The most important transport line goes through the southern part of the county.
  • There are others who are going through the same situation as them.
  • The band has gone through several line-up changes and the death of a member.
  • By this time the band's line-up had gone through many changes.
  • It meant a lot to us what we went through to get this record.
  • The product itself has gone through several name changes over the time.
  • The product went through several name changes during the course of development.
  • The school has recently gone through building work of a new library/information technology area.
  • They go through basic training and have limited police powers while on duty.
  • And without looking back, he got out of the car and went through that door.
  • Along with their change of style the band was also going through some label changes.
  • And you kind of get to see everything I go through in the process.
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