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something else (again)

something entirely different. Borrowing is one thing, but stealing is something else. Skindiving is easy and fun, but scuba diving is something else again.
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People who were heavy drinkers themselves were most likely to report harm from someone else's drinking, the study found.
Santander and Heading Home are shining a light on the issue of the working homeless to help foster the kind of compassion and understanding that only comes from stepping into someone else's shoes.
Officials stopped the 35-year-old Pakistani man at the passport control section at Dubai International Airport when he tried to exit the country using someone else's passport in April.
Khan also said that this was the reason why he discouraged leaders from fighting someone else's war.
I thought I had someone else's legs" TV's Ruth Langsford on how she felt on Strictly Come Dancing.
Saving someone else's Snapchats is a little more difficult.
Don Shepherd's 2,218 wickets were considerably more than anyone else's in the world who didn't play in Test cricket.
Summary: Suspect arrested for using someone else's Emirates ID while dropping off goods for detained friend
She was smiling and thinking of else's feelings so Parents The former pupil at Baverstock Academy in Druids Heath, died the following day from her injuries.
The idea is that it will allow users to add their relatable content to someone else's content and vice versa to create a "communal graffiti." The grids are technically infinite, so images can continue to expand in all directions.
How would you like to do something really special and possibly in the process save someone else's life from blood cancers like leukaemia and Aplastic anaemia.
This year, GiveIndia offers you the option to be someone else's Valentine as well by sharing some love by gifting a donation.
someone else's drapes, when you were muzzled, puzzled,
The second chapter headnote, "At the very least about someone else's child, someone else's husband, someone else's dog, and the Sarabande for String Orchestra and Piano by G.
Debut author and winner of The Cheshire Prize for Literature in 2012, Sarah Hilary's first title, Someone else's skin, is the beginning of a new crime series featuring police officer, DI Marnie Rome, who has a tragic past and an insight into domestic violence.