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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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And the neighbors talk about it, and lay all the blame on your uncle, of course, because he's a preacher and hain't got any business to quarrel.
She's a daisy, an' he's all Harve claimed he was, by the looks of him.
They came delightedly, just in time to hear Cheyne say: "I'm glad he has a good character, because - he's my son.
He may be simple about simple things like food, but you bet he's luxurious about luxurious things, especially little things.
Oh, he'll never wreck her through rashness, rest assured of that; but he's timid to childishness, and timid skippers lose just as many vessels as rash ones.
Then he's the sole survivor of the Arangi," Villa Kennan concluded.
He's got thoughts inside that head of his--you can see 'm shinin' in his lovely brown eyes--but he can't get 'em across to me.
He's just come through hell, an' this is the first time he's ben loose.
Seemed to want the money, and he's won a bit, though his clothes don't look it.
He's getting round all right--but stewing in a broth of trouble, as usual, poor man.
If yer don't know de guy, and he's tryin' to do de Johnny act, say de word, and I'll call a cop in t'ree minutes.
He's got loads of money, John Pendleton has--from his father.
I know that he's clever, learned, religious somewhat.
He says he don't care what he does, he'll never get his, because when he dies he's dead, an' when he's dead he'd like to see any one put anything across on him that'd wake him up.
Riley, "and Tom colored him for me with his paints when he was at home last holidays,--the body all black, you know, and the eyes red, like fire, because he's all fire inside, and it shines out at his eyes.