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You and don't
`` You don't hate me any more ''??
`` You don't have to tell me '', flashed Cobb.
You don't even know where we're headed ''.
The girl took a couple of steps toward the man in shorts when Benson, in that barefoot courtliness Ramey could never decide was real, said, `` You don't want to go around there, Ma'am ''.
You don't head back down again.
You don't see me stretched out on the deck, do you ''??
You don't need concentration.
`` You don't eat enough, honey.
`` You know I don't like my men to have other women.
`` You don't understand, Pa.
You know I don't want to see Pedersen.
`` You want to keep this job, don't you ''??
Mr. Truman emphasized this point by saying, `` You fellows in the Department of State don't know much about domestic politics ''.
`` You don't step on the flowers, do you??
`` You don't have to watch what you say.
You don't believe that I'm going back to medical school and finish, do you ''??
`` You don't seem to know much about reality.
You don't want to lease a place way out in the sticks.
You ain't kidding me -- the kid don't know the name of this town ''??
`` You don't hafta get nasty.
You don't need worry, Angelo.
You don't think Gilborn is the -- ''??
You don't know me but I know you.
You know where Tim is, don't you, Mrs. Williams ''??

You and believe
`` You have visited England five times in the past quarter-century, I believe '', my host said.
" He recalls :... while I sat alone staring at the sea I love, words I had not been certain I could understand or say fell from my lips: " Lord Jesus, I believe in You.
" Not Counting You " reached number 2, and then " The Dance " put him at number-one again ; this song's theme of people dying while doing something they believe in resonated strongly and, together with a popular music video, directed by John Lloyd Miller, gave Brooks his first push towards a broader audience.
" Carl stated it was very unlikely she would recoup her money, but Smith decided she " believe in this project, and my expectations have already been fulfilled by making the movie ", and added: " You can support art even if it's not going to make a zillion dollars.
In short story, The Basement Room ( 1935 ), by Graham Greene, the ( sympathetic ) servant character, Baines, tells the admiring boy, son of his employer, of his African British colony service, " You wouldn't believe it now, but I've had forty niggers under me, doing what I told them to ".
" Indeed, the song " Do You Believe In Magic ," a Top Ten hit, mentioned the genre in its lyrics: " If you believe in magic, don't bother to choose / If it's jug band music or rhythm and blues / Just go and listen, it'll start with a smile / That won't wipe off your face no matter how hard you try.
Coyote said, " You believe that I spoiled your living in the lower worlds, but it is not true.
You can sincerely believe there is no God and live as though there is.
You can sincerely believe there is a God and live as though there isn't.
I'm gonna show You that I believe in You.
SCHOLAR — Lord God, the Resurrection and Life of those who believe, You are always to be praised as much among the living as among the departed.
You just won ’ t believe it ' til you see it – for God ’ s sake come and help them !’
You ’ d watch him and you couldn ’ t believe what was coming out, what was reaching your ears.
You may not believe it, ladies and gentlemen, but it's all true.
That year, he hacked into the computer of a fellow FBI agent, Ray Mislock, printed out a classified document from Mislock's computer, and took the document to Mislock, saying, " You didn't believe me that the system was insecure.
You look at any interview from the beginning of time, I've always stated that I don't believe in the lines and classifications that people put music in so they can easily define it ".
You don't believe them, nor do you disbelieve them ; you don't judge them as good or bad ...( Bohm, " On Dialogue ", p.
Richard Belzer defines The Big Lie, in his book UFOs, JFK, and Elvis: Conspiracies You Don't Have To Be Crazy To Believe, this way: " If you tell a lie that's big enough, and you tell it often enough, people will believe you are telling the truth, even when what you are saying is total crap.
As Anderson herself said in her own idiomatic English, " You either believe it or you don't believe it.
You believe it or you don't believe it.

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