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1. Rub out chalk marks with an eraser.
2. I can't get it to rub out.
3. The quickest way to do this is to rub out dotted lines on a map.
4. You can rub out the chalk marks with the eraser.
5. Nobody else believed that they had tried to rub out the pope.
6. Rub out this word and write it again.
7. Rub out the mark on the book.
8. This ink stain won't rub out.
9. The mob is planning to rub out the key witness.
10. You won't be tempted to rub out ideas.
11. The stains will not rub out.
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12. You use a rubber to rub out pencil marks which are wrong.
13. The ink won't rub out.
14. Rub out the wrong word.
15. Ink stains don't rub out.
16. It will not rub out.
17. If you draw or write in pencil you can always rub out your mistakes with an eraser.
18. He got down on his hands and knees and tried to rub out the muddy footprints.
19. What do you think a hit man would charge to rub out a couple of cats?
20. With an added essence, the pipe smoker who derives pleasure from an easy to rub out flake will certainly enjoy Kendal Cream Flake.
21. Vulva and vaginal wall often covered with white film after strings, rub out exposed face, susceptible mucosal swelling mould, often accompany pruritus vulvae and burning-sensitive pain.