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    In the evening, the president would withdraw

    I am wondering if my sentences are grammatically correct.

    In the evening, the president would withdraw to his private residence, where he would play poker with his former schoolmates. The stakes were usually law, but sometimes in the heat of the game, they would rise, and someone would lose everything, even his clothes.

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    Re: In the evening, the president would withdraw

    law low

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