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To arrive at: To come to.
A great deal: A lot of.
Fieldworker: One who works in the fields.
There are times: Occasionally, from time to time.
To provide someone with something: To give or supply something to someone.
To figure out: To understand by thinking.
To drive someone mad: To make someone feel extremely angry or upset.
To take apart: To separate into different parts.
To turn into: To change or develop into something different.
More or less: Approximately, about, around.
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