There were so many roaches in my home.But one day they were all disappeared.We couldn't find a single roach in our house after that day.But in the place of roaches now there are so many black ants.So, I wanted to tell to my friend that "We found those black ants where we used to find those roaches."Can I say the sentence marked in bold as "We found those black ants where there were previously roaches."?

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Yes, you can.

Everything we have so far looked at gives evidence about the murder.
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What if you say if you would meet prime minister

The lamb ran after the lion to kill it

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The lamb ran after the lion to kill it

You need punctuation at the end.

Clive

The lamb ran after the lion to kill it

(That's one optimistic lamb!)

they could be anybody that you dont expect

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