Be-in-for sentence example

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  • We could be in for a very nervy run to the line.

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  • If you don't get a well-made pair of rimless frames, you can be in for a shaky disappointment.

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  • If you're familiar with the Tekken Force mode, you won't be in for any surprises.

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  • You have to physically move your hand away from the trigger and during that moment, you could be in for some video game danger.

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  • If you haven't tried box wine because you are worried that it is poor quality wine, then you may be in for a surprise.

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  • The trouble is that if the child decides to make any calls outside of the family plan, these minutes may or may not be included and you could be in for quite a surprise at the end of the month when the bill arrives.

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  • We could be in for quite the revolution in the mobile phone industry, because the Android-based phones are on their way.

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  • Do your own calculations, without relying on your lender, to ensure you can afford the mortgage you may be in for the next 30 years.

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  • With both of my labours, I was able to move around, try all sorts of things (like sitting in a warm bath to ease the contractions), and choose the position I wanted to be in for each stage.

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  • With such similar names, Brain Waves Educational Toys, may be in for some consumer confusion.

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  • If you've never embarked on a diet plan, then you may be in for a shock.

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  • However, if you have a mother who equates food with love, you may be in for a bit of a challenge.

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  • If you have ever wondered how these public icons remain slim and well-preserved over the course of a lifetime, you may be in for a few radical surprises.

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  • In other words, if you meet a tall, svelte blonde in a chat room and then meet up with her in real life, you may be in for a surprise when it comes to how she actually looks.

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  • Well, he'd be in for a shock if we posted it.

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  • He's likely to be in for around 3 weeks depending on how quickly his white blood count can recover.

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  • We could be in for times of great tribulation.

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  • We may be in for even more sensational revelations yet.

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  • However, pet owners transitioning their cats towards the use of pine litters may be in for a few unwanted surprises.

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  • Depending on how much your debt settlement is, you could be in for a big surprise at tax time.

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  • Not all vegetarians choose the diet because of animal exploitation, but those that do may be in for a shock when they learn all of the food items that contain hidden meat products.

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  • If these celebrities are participating in this show in order to boost their careers, they may be in for an unwelcome surprise when it does just the opposite and makes them "unmarketable."

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  • Guitar players who are familiar with this process will be in for quite a shock when they attempt to change their first set of nylon strings.

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