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Erica Jong once said that advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer, but wish we didn't.

For many university courses, it is allowable to challenge a course if you think you already know the material taught at that level.

The contract has already been signed and the conditions are unalterable.

The apartment already has most appliances, including a stove, refrigerator, washer, dryer and dishwasher.

The children had already arisen and were excitedly waiting to open their Christmas presents when my wife and I got out of bed.

Smog has contributed to the atmospheric gases already building up.

She is barely old enough to walk, but she can already speak in sentences.

The forest fire was already burning fiercely when fire crews arrived to battle the blaze.

The new manager is already developing a reputation for briskness in getting things done.

The machine is working at maximum capacity, so we can't go any faster than we already are.

I'm sorry, I already give money to a couple of different charities every month, and I can't afford to give any more than that.

Doctors say the disease is dangerous chiefly to the elderly or those who are already seriously ill.

Alex is a clever 14-year-old who already gets paid to help people with their computer problems.

The sun had already climbed high into the sky before Anne finally got out of bed.

Someone once joked that an expert can take something you already know, and make it sound confusing.

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