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It is administratively inefficient to have two people running these programs when it could be done by one person working with a part-time assistant.

A study of people who were formerly non-religious but later reaffiliated found that is was done out of the need for rites of passage for events such as marriage, baptism of children, or death.

We can't really afford to waste time, if we don't get this done today, we could lose this contract.

I had some alterations done on my pants at the store where I bought them.

Before beginning the project, the company is required to do an assessment of the environmental damage that would be done to the area.

Speaking assessments will be done on Friday, and students will be assigned to their classes on Monday.

In his job, he assesses the damage done to houses following a fire.

The teacher assigned research papers to be done over the following month.

Find someone who has done all of his/her assignments so far this session.

assist The work was done quickly with the assistance of a computer program designed specifically for that purpose.

Can you give me your assurance that the work will be done on time? She assured us that the work would be done on time, and within the agreed upon budget.

My son has always done well in athletics at school.

The painting allegedly done by Rembrandt just before his death has now been authenticated by an art expert.

The fake paintings are so well done that even the experts were unsure of their authenticity.

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