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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 then ounly percave the cuteness of the swate angel, for no sooner did she obsarve that I was afther the squazing of her flipper, than she up wid it in a jiffy, and put it away behind her back, jist as much as to say, "Now thin, Sir Pathrick O'Grandison, there's a bitther chance for ye, mavourneen, for it's not altogether the gentaal thing to be afther the squazing of my flipper right full in the sight of that little furrenner Frinchman, Mounseer Maiter-di-dauns.
Blood and thunder, Sir Pathrick, mavourneen," thinks I to mesilf, "fait it's jist the mother's son of you, and nobody else at all at all, that's the handsomest and the fortunittest young bog-throtter that ever cum'd out of Connaught
It's only out of affection, sir, and because they know military honors please her, and please the children too, for her sake; and they don't bring their muskets; and so - "
I've a blame good notion it's a bogus one--I have, as sure as I'm a-sitting here.
No; not over exactly, but the future is yours, and the present is mine, and the present--well, it's not all that it might be.
It's becoming, and you look too sober in your plain suit.
It's a fiend out of hell that I should be if I abused it.
I tell you there isn't a thing under the sun that needs to be done at all, but what a man can do better than a woman, unless it's bearing children, and they do that in a poor make-shift way; it had better ha' been left to the men--it had better ha' been left to the men.
Anne, Anne, we want a playmate'--but it's better not.
It's real nice that that's the way in books anyhow, isn't it, even if 'tistn't so anywhere else?
And indeed it's easy to turn a young soul like that!
It's all right for Charley-boys, but a man that is a man don't like bein' chased by women.
Why, drat it, Huck, it's the stupidest arrangement I ever see.
I was thinking,' Alice said very politely, 'which is the best way out of this wood: it's getting so dark.
But it's right to be prepared for all things, and if trouble's sent, to remember as it isn't sent without a cause.