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I would say

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishI would sayI would sayused for giving your opinion even though other people may not agree I’d say he was jealous. say
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I would sayOffhand, I would say a company director.Well organized, a nice grasp of social interplay. I would say a good beginning.And exactly this, I would say, is the difference between a gospel of war and one of peace.Finally, I would say that in a show of sixty-four artists it is astonishing that there are only five women.After the experience of working on this table I would say that this is absolute rot.As far as filmmaking is concerned, I would say the future is his.I could never come to the situation where I would say we're all equal.
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