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  • It took more than six months for the case to go to trial.
  • Despite this, he continued to go to his office three days a week.
  • So it was a very natural place for us to go to.
  • You feel a certain way and you want people to go out and support it.
  • Time was running out, as the contract had less than six months to go.
  • Then she orders her to go to the other room where the child is playing.
  • We cannot go back, but neither do we want to go back.
  • They were allowed to work and to go to school.
  • He told the girl to go out of sight and started the camera again.
  • With several minutes to go, the game was called off and the young players were taken away.
  • Everyone in the crowd felt that we were never going to go back.
  • Those dressed as women that night refused to go with the officers.
  • I have done my share, it is time to go.
  • His father wanted him to go into the family real estate business, but he chose law instead.
  • Truth became one of the first black women to go to court against a white man and win the case.
  • As the play began, everything appeared to go as planned.
  • The various crew have no common goal, each only wishing to go home.
  • The film has yet to go into production.
  • It is coming again next year, and I expect to go out with it.
  • Anything higher had to go before a court.
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