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01. All the students were dressed up for the [final] banquet.
02. Our [final] exams start in about two weeks.
03. Her [final] mark was just over 80%.
04. The results of the next race will decide who will be in the [finals].
05. My decision is [final]. I refuse to discuss the matter further.
06. The [final] speaking test is very important if you want to pass the course.
07. The students shared a bottle of champagne to celebrate the completion of their [final] exam.
08. The rain [finally] stopped falling just after midnight.
09. The construction of the Cologne Cathedral, which started in 1248, was [finally] completed in 1880.
10. Her son was a [finalist] in the city-wide badminton tournament.
11. In Vietnamese culture, the husband and father is the head of the household, and he has the [final] say in all family matters.
12. They did very well in the tournament, but lost in the [final].
13. With yesterday's win against Mexico, Venezuela is guaranteed a place in the [final] round of the Gold Cup.
14. His application for a U.S. visa has [finally] been approved.
15. I have two [finals] next week, in history and geography, but after that, I'm finished.
16. The students were nervously awaiting the results of their [final] exam.
17. We [finalized] the contract this afternoon.
18. Home ice is an important advantage to the team in this [final] playoff game.
19. Anne Frank once observed that the [final] forming of a person's character lies in their own hands.
20. F. Scott Fitzgerald once said, "Never confuse a single defeat with a [final] defeat."
21. Roger Babson once noted, "Keep in mind that neither success nor failure is ever [final]."
22. Jimi Hendrix once observed that when the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will [finally] know peace.
23. Rita Mae Brown once remarked, "I [finally] figured out the only reason to be alive is to enjoy it."
24. The concert [finale] featured all the performers on stage together.
25. We hope to [finalize] details of the agreement over the next couple of days.
26. We hope to [finalize] details of the agreement over the next couple of days.
27. Anne doesn't accept the [finality] of death. She believes there is some kind of life that continues after we die.
28. We haven't quite [finalized] the speaker's list for the conference, but we should be able to do that within the next few days.
29. We will be [finalizing] the details of the calendar of activities for the students at this afternoon's meeting.

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