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message
01. Hi, this is Jason. I got your [message], and I'll meet you in front of the bookstore around 4:00.
02. I'm sorry, Tomoko is not home right now. Would you like to leave a [message]?
03. A [message] from the President will be broadcast after the national news.
04. I think the [message] of the play was that people today are too selfish and individualistic.
05. If anyone phones, could you take a [message] for me, and leave it on my desk?
06. This guy keeps asking me out, and I always say no, but he doesn't seem to be getting the [message] because he still keeps trying.
07. I had about 50 email and telephone [messages] waiting for me when I got into work this morning.
08. Your girlfriend said she thinks you both need a bit of a break? I think she's trying to send a [message] to you.
09. My parents never give me my [messages] when people phone for me.
10. Police are examining email [messages] that an unknown man exchanged with the young girl before she disappeared to see if there is any connection.
11. There is an important [message] for you from work on the answering machine.
12. Gandhi once observed that whenever you have truth, it must be given with love, or the [message] and the messenger will be rejected.
13. Wolves howl [messages] to one another from more than a mile apart.
14. I left a [message] for him to meet us for a beer after work, but I guess he didn't get it.

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