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There's nothing like a dairy if folks want a bit o' worrit to make the days pass.
Well, there's nothing like being on the federal dole and maintaining considerable prestige at the same time, a Great Performance if there ever was one.
But there's nothing like a near-fatal crash to increase your popularity!
While there's nothing like an old-school sneaker to amp up any outfit, modern shoe materials and technology have since enhanced the look, fit and feel of classic kicks.
There's nothing like picking up the handset of a ringing telephone, only to be barraged by an unsolicited call from someone who is trying to sell you something.
THERE'S nothing like a brisk cycle to blow off the old cobwebs.
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