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1. I really and truly am in love this time.
2. Well, really and truly, things weren't quite how she described them.
3. He was really and truly a brilliant comedian.
4. I couldn't believe we were really and truly going at last.
5. Who really and truly and honestly gives a shit?
6. She was really and truly home.
7. What he would really and truly like was to do this new degree course for Bachelor of Civil Law.
8. That she'd been really and truly in love and couldn't go on.
9. A trade that really and truly helped both teams.
10. Do you love her - really and truly?
11. Did every person on the list really and truly opt in?
12. Every meal, every healthy choice, every compromise(sentencedict.com/really and truly.html), really and truly makes a difference.
13. Do you really and truly want to go?
14. Really and truly, he was sorry for what he had done.
15. If we had really and truly made the conduct of the warrior or the seducer our own, then we should be one or the other.
16. Are you really being truthful, Grandmamma? Really and truly truthful?
17. Now we're really and truly sisters.
18. What was this karma really and truly?
19. I loved you with my heart. really and truly.
20. Perhaps you are a Goth really and truly , just you don't know the truth.
21. Does he really and truly say so?
22. Really and truly, he did.
23. Not a soul has any experience of big striving, or of really and truly living.
24. That means not passing a health care reform package unless really and truly paid for.
25. This is our story, It'seemed so magical, but it really and truly.
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