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exist

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be alive

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be situated

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  • be situated
  • be set
  • be placed
  • be located
  • be installed
  • be positioned

attend

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cost

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amount to

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to have reality or life

to have being or actuality

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a light strong brittle grey toxic bivalent metallic element

have the quality of being

work in a specific place, with a specific subject, or in a specific function

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represent, as of a character on stage

spend or use time

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have life, be alive

to remain unmolested, undisturbed, or uninterrupted -- used only in infinitive form

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be priced at

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I'm getting too old for such things," observed Meg, who was as much a child as ever about `dressing-up' frolics.
I HAD it, because I stole it from them; and I stole it to give to you; and I know where I hid it, but I'm afraid it ain't there no more.
Last came a little feeble, squeaking voice, (`That's Bill,' thought Alice,) `Well, I hardly know--No more, thank ye; I'm better now--but I'm a deal too flustered to tell you--all I know is, something comes at me like a Jack-in-the-box, and up I goes like a sky-rocket
I'm so sorry I've been extravagant, and there's only that left.
I've been away in India for several years; and manners have changed so much that I sometimes don't know whether I'm at a respectable dinner-table or in a ship's forecastle.
No; I'm a person who feels," he said, in a low voice.
Well, I'm glad you were born in Bolingbroke anyway.
Not that I'm asking to be invited to lunch," she added, with a smile; "but I'm sure you understand my position.
He don' know I'm damn goo' f'ler," cried he, dismally.
Oh, I'm the little foot-page, and do errands, and Will and Geordie are the troops when we march, and the stags when we hunt, and the traitors when we want to cut any heads off.
Oh, I'm very glad you've come, even if it would have been nice to sleep in a wild cherry-tree.
There are so many I would like to make," said Cecily, "that I'm afraid it wouldn't be any use trying to keep them all.
I'm sure all the ships that ever sailed out of Four Winds to their doom could be seen tonight sailing up the harbor with their drowned crews on their decks, if that shrouding fog could suddenly be drawn aside.
As a preliminary to another journey to his bunk, he hooked Wolf Larsen's buttonhole with a greasy forefinger and vacuously proclaimed and reiterated, "I got money, I got money, I tell yer, an' I'm a gentleman's son.
Oh, I'm so glad, GLAD, GLAD to see you," cried an eager voice in her ear.