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just about

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjust aboutjust aboutALMOSTalmost The plums are just about ripe now. Just about everybody will be affected by the tax increases. just
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just aboutBuilding community Gross inequality is not just about economics, it is about moral choice.Shrimp takes a starring role on the menu at just about every restaurant in town.Whiners are hard to like and hard to take seriously by just about everyone they work with.But the debate over free candidate time is not just about good government.Preston employees got the same type of information, not just about specific behavior, but about the company as a whole.Landowners became anxious not just about the birds but about access to their habitat.It was just about to dive as the train ran on.
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