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And now it seemed this was all there was to it. Modern Literatures of the Non-Western World: Where the Waters Are Born (1995)Sometimes when we are all there together it almost feels like she is still there with us. The Sun (2008)In all there were almost a dozen men and women who stood around the kneeling nun. Christianity Today (2000)In all there were about ten staff. Times, Sunday Times (2010)That's all there if you want it. The Sun (2010)Still, the signs of trouble to come are all there. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I left it on overnight and wake up to find it is still almost all there. The Sun (2016)Mind you, his full debut was just about all there was to pull in the punters last night. The Sun (2009)You might think you know all there is about a partner but an imaginative, loving gesture will be a surprise. The Sun (2008)He said: 'We were all there in the dugout. The Sun (2012)He once recalled: 'We were all there in a row. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But he stuck with me and in my time there I learnt from the master all there was about the dark arts of frame building. Times, Sunday Times (2012)BRITAIN is the most interesting place in the world for food at the moment - it's all there if you want it. The Sun (2012)
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