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1  That is a great disappointment.
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2  I think it has been a great success.
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3  Of course the music is a great difficulty.
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4  I think your frankness does you great credit, Ernest.
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5  It has been a great inconvenience being without it all these years.
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6  This Bunburying, as you call it, has not been a great success for you.
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7  He seems to have had great confidence in the opinion of his physicians.
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8  Cecily and Gwendolen are perfectly certain to be extremely great friends.
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9  I am greatly distressed, Aunt Augusta, about there being no cucumbers, not even for ready money.
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10  Indeed, when I am in really great trouble, as any one who knows me intimately will tell you, I refuse everything except food and drink.
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11  It is a great bore, and, I need hardly say, a terrible disappointment to me, but the fact is I have just had a telegram to say that my poor friend Bunbury is very ill again.
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