Afterthought sentence example

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  • Betsy had referred it as an afterthought, suspecting the young girl was a runaway.
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  • These books were added, as an afterthought, to the original scheme; they were composed in the years 1136-1141.
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  • As an afterthought, he gave me his cell phone number.
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  • He was her world, but she'd been nothing more than an afterthought, strung along with promises for years.
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  • The main problem with the combat is that most enemies fall quickly to slash combos and the rage meter becomes an afterthought.
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  • The coconut was barely detectable, the glaze a little thin and weedy, and the biscuits on the side seemed a bland afterthought.
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  • This very loosely structured film eventually goes off the rails and the closing scenes feel almost like an afterthought.
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  • So if you just took those words and put them together it would mean an afterthought or a change of mind.
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  • It was originally designed an an authentication protocol, with non-repudiation added as an afterthought.
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  • Thanks to those who have the time. ====== afterthought: If anyone is willing to chat with me at i14 that would be great.
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  • If you are going to talk to a girl, do not make her feel like an afterthought.
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  • Thus the mysterious hoard is all but lost sight of; no mention is made of the curse attached to it; and it is only as an afterthought that Siegfried (Sifrit) is described as its master.
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  • As an afterthought, she finished it all off with the earrings and necklace that Alex had given her at the party.
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  • It's not uncommon with pub food to find the vegetables a mere afterthought, not a charge that can be leveled here.
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  • The plastic bag he had packed as a last minute afterthought to keep his notebook dry now seemed an inspired choice of kit.
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  • Such a checklist needs to be given equal weight alongside financial sustainability criteria, rather being just a marginal afterthought.
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  • This remedy for sin is no artifice, no afterthought in the light of the tragedy of man's disobedience.
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  • Theism is an afterthought - the reply to doubt - the attempted reflective justification of what announced it s elf at first as a prophetic certainty.
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  • The earlier of the two volumes on Natural Theology relies on the cosmological argument; the later - obviously an afterthought - tries to vindicate the ontological argument as an alternative basis for theism, but awkwardly and with manifest uneasiness.
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  • The project of a formal and detailed treatise on population was an afterthought of Malthus.
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  • This makes the addition look less like an afterthought and more like a part of the original home.
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  • Delaying any longer may make the gift seem like an afterthought.
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  • Record shop salons are often the afterthought of a music venture.
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  • The finished form of the epistle's argument is sometimes urged to prove that it was not originally an epistle at all, written more or less on the spur of the moment, but a literary composition, half treatise and half homily, to which its author - as an afterthought - gave the suggestion of being a Pauline epistle by adding the personal matter in ch.
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  • Your laundry room may seem like a design afterthought, but this is actually one of the most-used rooms in your home.
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  • One of the biggest mistakes computer buyers make is to relegate monitors as an afterthought.
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  • It's almost an afterthought that plagiarism is illegal and these services are breaking copyright laws.
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  • This connexion is something of an afterthought to distinguish from the potential contingency of the objectively possible the real contingency of the actual, for which the " cause or reason " of Spinoza 6 could not account.
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  • All too often, the wedding program is an afterthought, run off at the last minute on an office printer, usually black and white on cardstock.
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  • But if this was not an afterthought, he must, on his own showing, stand accused of having carried out during long years a policy which he knew to be disastrous to his country, rather than risk the loss of the king's favour and of his place.
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  • However, you should not wait longer than one month after the ceremony so the announcements do not seem to be an afterthought on your part.
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  • While you'll no doubt find plenty of simple robes which are more functional than fashionable, robes don't have to be a post-shower afterthought.
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  • I still feel myself drawn to vegetables and the protein (if present) feels like an afterthought or I use a pork product for the seasoning effect on vegetables.
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  • So, while lingerie may be an afterthought to Armani, Lauren and Cavalli, it is the first and sometimes only thought to Natori and Evans.
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