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    1. Nobody can ever say that Mother Teresa was an woman. In fact she was an immensely kind person.

    2. We can never make him see reason. He is very in nature.

    3. This place is with insects of all kinds-a place that a naturalist would truly love.

    4. History is full of acts committed by man against man in the name of religion and caste and creeds.

    5. Some people are very in nature.At the drop of a hat they get angry and start quarrelling and even clench their fists!

    6. Many a knight was known for his nature! He never got into a fight with an unarmed foe and never hurt a weakling.

    7. We can't possibly be efficient in everything we do. We all are in some sphere of activity or the other.

    8. This world is full of strange and sometimes scary occurrences. All and too mysterious for words.

    9. Some people without being actually mad are . They go for violent acts and kill innocents in the name of religion.

    10. A law passed to seal the mouth of the press is certainly a law.

    11. He is so wonderfully that he is bound to have sweet success sooner or later in his life.

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