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We have dear and close friends who regularly invite us for dinner.
Please, dear college presidents, stop sending for the police.
The price of admission-free for all-is surely near and dear to any student's heart.
It is all so bleak that you feel the urge to grab a bottle of vodka and cling to it for dear life.
He by her father's will was now her dear companion and husband.
Dear reader, please drive safely today and do not get electrocuted when unplugging your laptop after reading this.
Finished, he ambles into deeper water, where he suddenly lights into dear old mom with play swipes of his paws.
So we're asking you, dear readers, to supply a proper caption for the picture and headline above.
And we're going to let you, our dear readers, help us decide where he should go and what he should do.
Unfortunately, dear, your partners plug you on purpose.
One derives negative utility from worry and stress, and from losing things, people and freedoms which one holds dear.
Set against the backdrop of the known universe, the history of our dear planet seems nearly irrelevant.
They come to embody the values those fans hold dear.
He's the guest of my parents' dear friends, who are in the movie business.
Never have you seemed as near and dear to me as in the past six months.
He seems to be sacrificing some of the principles he holds dear.

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