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1. out out

I'm out of breath after running up the stairs.
He cried out.
That company puts out a magazine, doesn't it?
I think it's unlikely that the next version of Windows will come out before the end of this month.
If you run out of cash, you can fall back on your savings in the bank.
One out of 455 women doesn't realize she's pregnant until the twentieth week of pregnancy.
Without your help, I couldn't have ridden out that crisis.
I'm going to have dinner with him tomorrow night, so I'll feel him out then.
The other day when I stopped by at a friend's house, it wasn't my friend that came out of the front door, but her husband.
The baby caught sight of my ballpoint pen and reached out for it.
He gently took the paper out of her hands and said, "It's time to rest."
After spending hours out in the cold winter wind, my skin got all chapped and dry.
When the company refused to increase their wages, they walked out.
The medical profession keeps handing out warnings about smoking.
On my way here, the strong wind blew my umbrella inside out.

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2. outside outside

Outside the school, she saw people with no homes living in cardboard boxes.
He's outside.
He who looks from outside through an open window never sees as much as he who looks at a closed window.
At night, I put my bell pepper plants at the open window, so they can harden off a bit before I plant them outside, cause now they still have such thin stems.
You have to be outside something, able to experience it from a distance, before it makes sense.
Rigid wheels give sufficient stability to a low-speed vehicle steered by outside forces.
A large crowd of Americans gathered outside the White House to celebrate the death of a human being in the same manner as they would celebrate winning a football game.
Like the saying that things are seen clearest from outside I wish he'd leave the association for a time and take a look at Japanese soccer.
He who thinks of science is in love with it, and such a person never stops learning, even if he appears to do little on the outside.
It is an important thing for the dance that you don't work outside of a choreographed sequence.
Can I go and play outside, Dad? Wait outside, I want to talk to him alone. He left an envelope outside my door.
The outside walls of the auditorium are terribly stained. It is, in part, due to acid rain.
And even outside these nations, English is perhaps more widely used as a medium of international communication than any other language.
Outside the mainstream of orthodox Judaism, the apocalyptic books were more successful with certain movements.

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