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Rur. almost. I like to died laughing when I saw Jim come in wearing a dress. Mary like to passed out when she saw how bad her house was damaged in the storm.
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like to

Also, liked to. Come close to, be on the point of. For example, We like to froze to death, or He liked to have never got away. This expression, now considered a colloquialism from the American South, dates from the early 1400s and was used several times by Shakespeare.
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But I did laugh out loud sometimes, mostly because I couldn't believe God would say some of the things he does, like he likes Austin Powers, and he'd like to end a hymn with "Yah, baby
I like to say this is a course that fits my game really well.
George would like to see CalCPA more involved in college-level student organizations such as Beta Alpha Psi.
We'd also like to know how you feel about the commercial itself.
My mom never remarried, so I don't know what it's like to have a father.
To balance the hectic pace of marching and drumming, Stevens asked all the kids to sit, close their eyes and think of a wish they'd like to come true while she played the flute.
I just like to talk to people and listen to their stories,'' he says, modestly.
You've got your eye on a guy and you think you'd like to hang out with him more.
This all feeds into what toy companies and sociologists call ``play patterns,'' the time-honored ways that children like to interact with toys.
Geeting would like to ``develop the university symphony and concert band to levels they haven't dreamed about,'' and he has a lot of CD clarinet albums in mind to join his recent one featuring chamber music for clarinet by Gordon Jacob.
They're always bizarre about their hair, and they like to dress eccentrically.
He knows what I like to do and I know what he likes to do,'' said the 5-10 point guard.
If I could go camping I would like to go fishing with my friends.