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1, Mr Green is out of town this week.
2, I'll be out of town for about a week.
3, Professor Aitchison is out of town this week.
4, Mr Green is not in town/is out of town.
5, I was out of town last week.
6, Barbara is out of town on business this week.
7, Gail invited me to stay with her while her husband was out of town.
8, Magilavy is out of town until Monday.
9, Ashworth was out of town Tuesday and could not be reached for comment.
10, On the seventh day God rested. His grandchildren must have been out of town. Gene Perret
11, Democrats figure Newt feels safer if potential troublemakers are out of town.
12, Woods was out of town Saturday and unavailable for comment.
13, I was asked to lead the meeting mainly because Kristin is out of town.
14, Sorry,(http://sentencedict.com/be out of town.html) I'll be out of town on Thursday.
15, I will be out of town that day.
16, Fat chance, I be out of town tomorrow.
17, I be out of town tomorrow, but almost anytime after that would be fine with me.
18, Please, don't mention it. I'm going to be out of town this weekend anyway.
19, I'll be out of town next Wednesday, but anytime after that would be fine with me.
20, But Mr. Chen happens to be out of town . Mr. Liu Dakang received Mr. Ruskin.
21, I'd love to, but I be out of town to attend a big conference.
22, I'll be out of town tomorrow, almost anytime after be fine with me.
23, I'll be out of town tomorrow, but anytime after that would be fine with me.
24, I couldn't get a hold of Claire . She must be out of town.
25, Thanks for asking me, but I am going to be out of town that evening.
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