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1. He borrowed a pound off me.
2. A week's work sweated 6 pounds off him.
3. I'm prepared to knock five hundred pounds off but no more.
4. The shopkeeper agreed to knock 5 pounds off the price.
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5. I scrounged a pound off her tonight.
6. And that has to be good news for backpackers keen to shave pounds off the weight in their rucksacks.
7. Can I borrow five pounds off you till next week?
8. VanDerveer even whittled about 20 pounds off herself to get into fighting shape.
9. Can I pound off the wall?
10. Stronger data helped lift the pound off its mid-March lows to an April 15 high of $1.5524 until the Lib Dem surge took its toll.
11. Apparently, it's easier to drop 10 G's than drop a pound off themselves.
12. Reducing intake by just one serving a day took a pound off after six months, enough to add up for people with a soda or fruit-drink habit.
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