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like that

1. In that way or manner, having those characteristics, as in I told him not to talk to her like that, or I wish I could, like Dick, tell you what I really think, but I'm not like that. [Late 1800s]
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He didn't like that and he cried hard, but he was so little that him crying hard wasn't much sound at all.
I like that he's been in the NBA and played with the best players.
Something like that should do the trick whether you say it, write it or e-mail it.
After all, I wouldn't want to say, "I can tutor you," or something obvious like that, would I?
As a kid, I could see how you would like that animation.