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To tell you the truth, I have not done the due diligence on it that I should be doing, l don't know.
To tell you the truth, the original fairy tale of "The Goose Girl" is somewhat vague in my memory, but this retelling holds its own as a story in its own right.
To tell you the truth, like many people who left the Film Board, it stays within you.
``This is not the time to bring this up, to tell you the truth,'' Canter told the committee.
``We don't have that many Alaskans that live in Los Angeles, to tell you the truth,'' he said.
``I've been concentrating on the end of my race,'' Quann said, ``but actually to tell you the truth, I'm not sure what happened.
``It's a new car for the 21st century and, to tell you the truth, it's kind of a spacey-looking car,'' said Redding about the Echo, which runs from $10,000 to $14,000.
``The structure itself has some holes in it, to tell you the truth,'' said Mojave Desert parks district ranger Kathleen Franklin.