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1 Esta é a lista das 1000 palavras mais comuns da língua inglesa, que correspondem a 99,25% de todas as palavras encontradas na maioria dos textos comerciais e acadêmicos Palavra Porc. Total Número de Ocorrências Palavra Porc. Total the sat of hear and secret to royal in business was greater that river his society he i've it fall with east as persons by live for race is faith had ready but palace which interest on sense be hair at continued not that's they il from coming were ned their doubt this important or eye have eight you answer Número de Ocorrências

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