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- N -

 "I told you not to ride that horse," Tom nagged. 
 "That's nothing!" said Tom naughtily. 
 "I haven't had my photographs developed yet," said Tom negatively. 
 "Let's take a vacation in the south of France," said Tom nicely. 
 "That just doesn't add up," said Tom, nonplussed. 
 "I can't do it!" Tom said notably. 
 "What's the value of a dollar bill?" asked Tom noteworthily. 

- O -

 "What's a wide-angle lens?" asked Tom obtusely. 
 "That horse looks like a good bet at 20 to 1," said Tom oddly. 
 "Oops! There goes my hat!" said Tom off the top of his head. 
 "Do you buy and sell stolen goods?" asked Tom offensively. 
 "I've been feeding the crocodile," said Tom offhandedly. 
 "I prefer trout to salmon," Tom said officiously. 
 "I know which boyd gets the woym," said Tom in an oily voice. 
 "The door's ajar," said Tom openly. 
 "My bicycle wheel is damaged," said Tom outspokenly. 

- P -

 "I swallowed some of the glass from that broken window," Tom said painfully. 
 "I had an accident in the kitchen," said Tom with panache. 
 "I've joined the Airborne Medical Corps," said Tom paradoxically. 
 "There, there," was Tom's pat answer. 
 "I've deduced that this is the right way," said Tom pathologically. 
 "I'm waiting to see the doctor," said Tom patiently. 
 "I didn't look at all!" Tom peeped. 
 "I wish I had something to write with," Tom said pensively. 
 "Has my magazine arrived?" Tom asked periodically. 
 "3.14159265," Tom said piously. 
 "Who's your favorite operatic tenor?" Tom asked placidly. 
 "I've removed all the feathers from this chicken," said Tom pluckily. 
 "It has zero height, zero width, and just a little depth," said Tom, stretching the point. 
 "The exit is right there," Tom pointed out. 
 "My pencil is blunt," said Tom pointlessly. 
 "Where shall I plant these water lilies?" Tom pondered. 
 "I haven't had any tooth decay yet," said Tom precariously. 
 "I have a gift for you," said Tom presently. 
 "That's already been taken care of," Tom pretended. 
 "I'm just an ordinary soldier," Tom admitted privately. 
 "Crosby is my favourite singer. Who is yours?" asked Tom probingly. 
 "I teach at a university," Tom professed. 
 "This movie will be very popular," Tom projected. 
 "This is the real male goose," said Tom producing the propaganda. 
 "I've stuck a pin through my nose," said Tom punctually. 
 "The cat sounds as if she's happy now she's been fed," said Tom purposefully. 

- Q -

 "I have to sing a run of eighth notes," said Tom quaveringly. 
 "Are you homosexual?" Tom queried gaily. 
 "This is where I keep my arrows," said Tom quiveringly. 
 "This is the fastest way to get drunk," said Tom quixotically. 

- R -

 "A dog bit me," said Tom rabidly. 
 "Eating uranium makes me feel funny," said Tom radiantly. 
 "I'm the world's most aggressive matador," Tom rambled. 
 "What are these berries?" Tom rasped. 
 "It's the quotient of two integers," said Tom rationally. 
 "I'm embarrassed," Tom admitted readily. 
 "I can see because I have actual visual organs," Tom realized. 
 "Why do I have to strip naked again?" asked Tom rebuffingly. 
 "I've thought of another exception," Tom rebutted. 
 "I've never had a car accident," said Tom recklessly. 
 "I couldn't believe there were 527,986 bees in the swarm!" Tom recounted. 
 "I won't buy a circuit breaker," Tom refused. 
 "It's time for the second funeral," Tom rehearsed. 
 "OK, you can borrow it again," Tom relented. 
 "I'm not going to give up anything this Easter," said Tom relentlessly. 
 "I love hot dogs," said Tom with relish. 
 "I have to check the score on this exam again," Tom remarked. 
 "I've transferred my money back into a German bank account," Tom remarked with interest. 
 "I've paid my annual subscription," Tom remembered. 
 "I'd better repeat that SOS message," said Tom remorsefully. 
 "My garden needs another layer of mulch," Tom repeated. 
 "I'm taking this ship back into harbour," Tom reported. 
 "How long will I have to wait for a table?" asked Tom without reservation. 
 "I suppose I'll have to write my name again," said Tom resignedly. 
 "This oar is broken," said Tom robustly. 
 "I've an urgent appointment," said Tom in Russian. 
 "I guess she fell off the motorcycle," said Tom ruthlessly. 

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