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  1. “Cities would be a lot friendlier,” said Jeb, “if they had less people in them.”

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  2. There looked to be at least nine students stuffed into the Volkswagen Beetle inexplicably parked on the roof of the administration building.

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  3. Having moved away at 12, Rashida’s hometown no longer seemed familiar.

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  4. Chuckling contentedly to herself, the baby spattered the opposite wall with applesauce.

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  5. The bitter critic who writes for our newspaper belittles any movie made in Hollywood and gives fewer glowing reviews than anyone else in the business.

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  6. The security guard’s walk across the lawn, down to the river and along the bicycle path to the stone archway, took him through most of the property under his care.

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