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1 Because they could create a good public image for themselves. 2 Because the design of seatbelts is not very important for selling cars. 3 Because it does not have any rhythm. 4 You may answer, “No, that one doesn’t, but the one next to it does.” 5 We do this because although the tooth is physically close to us, it is psychologically closer to the dentist when he is examining it.

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1. 彼らが彼ら自身で良い大衆イメージをつくることができたので。 2. シートベルトのデザインは、車を売るためにはあまり重要でないので。 3. それには、リズムがないので。 4. 「いいえ、それではなくて、それの隣のものです。」と、あなたは答えるかもしれません。 5. 歯は、肉体的には、我々の近くにあるけれど、歯科医が歯を調べているとき、歯は歯科医と心理的により近い関係にあるので、私たちは、これをするのです。

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