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1  Next week the war starts again.
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2  There is nothing as bad as war.
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3  There are people who would make war.
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4  I wanted to go to Austria without war.
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5  I could go to Spain if there was no war.
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6  They were all mechanics and hated the war.
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7  "I believe we should get the war over," I said.
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8  There's not really any war of that sort down here.
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9  Priest wants Austrians to win the war, the captain said.
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10  He had been in the war in Libya and wore two woundstripes.
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11  But even the peasants know better than to believe in a war.
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12  "The Pope wants the Austrians to win the war," the major said.
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13  It seemed no more dangerous to me myself than war in the movies.
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14  "If everybody would not attack the war would be over," Manera said.
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15  The British hospital was a big villa built by Germans before the war.
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16  This was a strange and mysterious war zone but I supposed it was quite well run and grim compared to other wars with the Austrians.
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17  The river ran behind us and the town had been captured very handsomely but the mountains beyond it could not be taken and I was very glad the Austrians seemed to want to come back to the town some time, if the war should end, because they did not bombard it to destroy it but only a little in a military way.
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