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1, She has two children by a previous marriage.
2, The teacher examined the students on the previous lesson.
3, We had met on two previous occasions.
4, I've met him before on two previous occasions.
5, The furniture had been left by the previous occupants.
6, The car has only had one previous owner.
7, These findings are inconsistent with those of previous studies.
8, He revoked his previous decision.
9, The judge overruled the previous decision.
10, He took over from the previous headmaster in February.
11, The author mentioned it in the previous paragraph.
12, The judge will take into consideration any previous convictions.
13, The new report concurs with previous findings.
14, She has three daughters from a previous marriage.
15, No previous experience is necessary for this job.
16, We had met on a previous occasion.
17, His mind kept flashing back to the previous night.
18, She has six previous convictions for theft.
19, She is his daughter from a previous marriage.
20, We dealt with this in a previous chapter.
21, The resolution was carried at the previous plenary session.
22, They have won previous pay disputes with the government.
23, Have you had any previous dealings with this company?
24, This represents an apparent reversal of previous US policy.
25, It may outsell his previous novels.
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27, She has a teenage daughter from a previous marriage.
28, Given the failure of the previous plan, this turned out to be a relative success.
29, His time for the 100 metres surpassed the previous world record by one hundredth of a second.
30, Do you have any previous experience of this type of work?
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