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  • A fact is something that has really occurred or is actually the case.
  • Who he was as a man, no one of us can ever really know.
  • His interest really began by the time he began to attend high school.
  • As stated before, residents would not really need a car to get around.
  • But I said that before the last one, so you never really know.
  • They really felt this was the start of a better world.
  • Tell me, Robert, how many really well-made women have you ever seen? Cited from A Mummer's Tale, by Anatole France
  • So it was really less of a choice than what I fell into.
  • The need to have arms for self-defence was not really in question.
  • I'm the wrong kind of person to be really big and famous.
  • It's kind of like saying something is bad when you really mean good.
  • No one can really hurt them, because they have no more material body.
  • We were really trying to get back in and break free.
  • I just get into the music and am not really aware of the people there.
  • Their hair is black, long, and straight; and some are really good-looking. Cited from Minnesota and Dacotah, C. C. Andrews
  • Elizabeth from the start did not really back this course of action.
  • He asked what really can be said about what is natural to mankind.
  • This is really the fourth book of a more extensive work.
  • But the really right answer is, what if he is?
  • She knows her voice really well, and she knows what's going on.
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