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[Example Sentences]:
1. This brought on the second phase, which is what I call private cloud 2.0.
2. So what do you have to do to snag this prize worth $84.99?
3. This is what it looked like back when it launched in 2003.
4. So what will be the big mobile marketing trends of 2014?
5. Look at what else Microsoft has been up to in 2014.
6. The population is more than double what it was in 2010.
7. It seemed like a reasonable way of catching up with what was going on around the 1990s.
8. In the code, developers found hints about what we can expect from the iPhone 8.
9. The total value of what I carry in my backpack is about $5000.
10. So what do you have to win this grab bag worth approximately $350?
11. Microsoft has made strides when it comes to what you can get in a Surface Pro 4.
12. There are concerns that what we are seeing is a repeat of what happened in December 2013.
13. The total value of what I carry in my backpack is about $5,000.
14. She campaigned to go into what was then the European Economic Community in 1975.
15. They could also potentially experience what it was like to be a slave in the South in the 1800s.
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