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and (all) that

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishand (all) thatand (all) thatBritish EnglishLIKE/SIMILAR and similar things I knew he was interested in computers and all that. that
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and (all) thatWaugh is indeed aware of it, and that is the piercing tragedy at the heart of Brideshead.They were the things we always did, and that night we took a darling nap and did them all again.A small part of law work, and that of a very low status, is concerned with the working class.We have learned only that he told the news, and that the people cried out in anguish.In this way, the student can gain confidence by knowing that he made the decisions and that they were sensible ones.
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