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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishand soand soSO/CONSEQUENTLYand therefore Madeira has an ideal climate, and so it is not surprising that it has become a tourist paradise. This was considered to be a religious issue and so to be a matter for the church courts. so
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and soThis helps develop expertise, resources, and competition in the private sector and so facilitates the development of commercial services.Then it started on Cumbrian limestone, blossomed to Lakeland quarries and so, finally, to Raven Crag.Please would we list our safety equipment, the radio, the distress beacon, and so forth?We were supplied quite often with water, C rations, and so forth.The coats of many puppies may be less profuse than that of adults, and so grooming will be more straight forward.Jack is down and so is Fogarty, so put on your kicking shoes, folks.So it was in Karachi last week and so it was at Lord's last summer.Streptomycin is more stable than penicillin and so it was easier to isolate and manufacture.
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