Come out sentence example

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  • I shouldn't have come out here.
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  • Everything seemed clearer, as though she had come out of a fog.
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  • I saw it in the paper yesterday and thought since I had Saturday off, I'd come out and look at it for you.
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  • I twisted Cade's arm to get him to come out here with me for a picnic lunch.
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  • I was going to come out this weekend and talk to you.
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  • But he didn't wake, and each day that passed made it less likely that he would come out of the coma.
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  • When he opened the glove box, I was sure he'd come out with a gun, but he had a little tablet instead.
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  • Every year I come out here and try to convince him to get with the times, but it's to no avail.
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  • You're the one who told me I shouldn't come out here in the first place.
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  • I don't suppose you're going to come out of the closet and give me an exclusive.
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  • It's the truth only no one will come out and say it.
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  • Are you ready to come out in the sunshine; or at least take a peek?
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  • Once I entered the woods I had only dead reckoning to come out near my quarry.
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  • That didn't come out quite right.
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  • Then I started letting the noise come out of my throat with my breath.
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  • They had been through better and worse and each time they had come out on the other side with a stronger relationship.
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  • She can come out.
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  • Ooh, come out as something different!
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  • But, I thought, if you would come out and talk to him, see if you can dissuade him, it might help.
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  • That's why we were so excited to come out here, to visit where it really happened!
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  • He called the local sheriff in Ouray and said he plans to come out and haul his 'mentally stressed wife' back East with him.
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  • I wanted them to come out even.
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  • But she doesn't come out and say that directly.
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  • I just saw her come out of hibernation.
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  • Hopefully, what happened will come out and Donnie will be able to have some sort of normal life, away from both of the Shiptons.
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  • I don't believe in white-sheeted spirits that scare little boys or drag chains around or only come out in cemeteries on Halloween.
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  • They didn't come out and say it—but that was Phil's infer­ence.
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  • Follow a mother's instincts and it'll come out just fine.
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  • I asked if I can talk with him and she said sure, it's fine that I come out this evening.
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  • They were supposed to come out and fix that next week.
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  • It's just such a nice day that I thought I'd come out and listen to the birds.
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  • Did he come out here to discuss his problems or her options?
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  • The water stopped running, but he didn't come out of the bathroom immediately.
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  • What was so terrible that he couldn't come out with it in his usual candid manner?
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  • Nothing seemed to come out of them.
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  • It didn't come out right that time either, did it?
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  • It must be nice to be able to come out here and see them anytime you want.
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  • You didn't come out here to read.
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  • You come out here from California all alone and rent you a place in the middle of nowhere.
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  • They don't come out into the water very often when people are swimming.
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  • You can come out now, it's over.
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  • When I couldn't contact you by calling the number you gave him, he suggested I come out and check on you.
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  • No, that didn't come out right.
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  • A considerable percentage of these arrivals and departures represents seasonal labourers, who come out from Europe solely for the Argentine wheat harvest and should not be classed as immigrants.
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  • Villeneuve, who was to have co-operated with Missiessy; did indeed leave Toulon, at a moment when Nelson, whose policy it was to encourage him to come out by not staying too near the port, was absent, on the 17th of January 1805.
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  • Nor did the measures made by the Germans with heliometers come out any better.
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  • A remarkable help to the cure of headaches and wider nervous disorders has come out of the better appreciation and correction of errors of refraction in the eye.
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  • Then the advocates of passivity regained the upper hand and kept the squadron in harbour, and henceforward for many months the Japanese navy lay unchallenged off Port Arthur, engaging in minor operations, covering the transport of troops to the mainland, and watching for the moment when the advance of the army should force the Russian fleet to come out.
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  • Three years after the expulsion of the Mormons Nauvoo was occupied by the remnant (some 250) of a colony of French communists, the Icarians, who had come out under the leadership of Etienne Cabet.
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  • But before we proceed to this it may be well to note one or two things that come out by comparison of the systems already before us.
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  • Silurian rocks, with Old Red Sandstone over them, come out at the west end of the Curlew range at Ballaghaderreen.
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  • From March 1750 to March 1752 this paper continued to come out every Tuesday and Saturday.
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  • This is at first colourless carbon dioxide, but later on inflammable gases come out of the mass, which at this stage has turned into a thicker, pasty condition, showing that the end of the reaction is near.
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  • As these do not come out sufficiently pure, they would not be marketable and therefore they are not allowed to be formed, but the liquid, while still hot, is either run into the boiling-down pans, or submitted to one of the purifying operations to be described below.
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  • Before reinforcements could come out from England, with Sir Charles Napier as commanderin-chief, Lord Gough had restored his own reputation by the crowning victory of Gujrat, which absolutely destroyed the Sikh army.
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  • The epithet Aeolian implies high antiquity, inasmuch as according to Herodotus Smyrna became Ionian about 688 B.C. Naturally the Ionians had their own version of the story - a version which made Homer come out with the first Athenian colonists.
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  • He was not remarkable at school for application to his studies, though his wonderful memory enabled him to make good progress in them; he frequently played truant and was whipped for it, robbed orchards, and indulged in other questionable schoolboy freaks; nor did he always come out of his scrapes with honour and a character for truthfulness.
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  • It might be called "English Traits and American Confessions," for nowhere does Emerson's Americanism come out more strongly.
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  • Its Mittheilungen began to be published in 1878, and portions of a great work on the flora and fauna of Naples come out year by year.
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  • During this time he could hear "the trailing garments of the night sweep through her marble halls," and see "the stars come out to listen to the music of the seas."
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  • A householder is assessed as occupier, but he may be "compounded for," and really know nothing of the payment, though it is supposed to come out of his income.
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  • Taxes in his view must come out of rent, or profit, or the wages of labour; and he observes that every tax which falls finally upon one only of the three sorts of revenue "is necessarily unequal in so far as it does not affect the other two," and in examining different taxes he disregards as a rule this sort of inequality, and confines his observations "to that inequality which is occasioned by a particular tax falling unequally upon that particular sort of private revenue which is affected byl it."
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  • He doubted, and agonized in his doubt; but as the sun set, the religious side of his nature had won the victory, and seems to have come out even purified from the struggle.
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  • I see I have made myself a slave to philosophy, but if I get free of Mr Lucas's business, I will resolutely bid adieu to it eternally, excepting what I do for my private satisfaction, or leave to come out after me; for I see a man must either resolve to put out nothing new, or to become a slave to defend it."
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  • They come out as mica-schists under the Carboniferous sandstones of northern Antrim, and disappear southward under the basaltic plateaux.
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  • Ptah is the Egyptian Hephaestus; he is represented as a dwarf; men are said to have come out of his eye, gods out of his mouth - a story like that of Purusha in the Rig Veda.
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  • Petrarch refuses to believe that any good thing can come out of Arabia, and speaks of Averroes as a mad dog barking against the church.
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  • The only thing, he said, that had come out of the revolutionary year unharmed, and had saved Prussia from dissolution and Germany from anarchy, was the Prussian army and the Prussian civil service; and in the debates on foreign policy he opposed the numerous plans for bringing about the union of Germany, by subjecting the crown and Prussia to a common German parliament.
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  • The rays from 0 which have a greater inclination to the vertical than 48.75° cannot come out into the air, but are totally reflected.
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  • It was a logical question, but to come out of the mouth of a 10-year-old?
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  • Have you had time to make up your mind to come out of your hermit cave and do some serious fishing?
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  • Two wondered if she'd ever come out of his head, or if she had to stay there, like he stayed in his master's corner.
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  • At least something good had come out of Edith Shipton's ill-fated stay at Bird Song.
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  • The words didn't come out with the conviction she intended, and he reached for her again.
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  • They didn't come out and say it—but that was Phil's infer­ence.
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  • Then, just to make the whole business come out even, each brand­ed "W" on the other cheek.
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  • Just once, I'd like one of these so-called TV vampires to come out and tell people it's all fake, Laurie said.
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  • As soon as Brown openly encourages a backbencher to come forward, Blair's supporters will come out and strike.
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  • He is rather bashful and refused to come out of his car for the photograph.
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  • The third act will come when the masses come out to shower American and English soldiers with roses and sweet basil.
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  • The suicide bombers did not come out of thin air.
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  • I very occasionally get cold sores, and have come out in a beauty on the left side of my mouth.
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  • What better reading material to take you there than a collection of some of the best underground comix to come out of Britain.
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  • If I hurry I should finish the clock in time to see the cuckoo come out for the first time.
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  • The facts are bound to come out sooner or later and create distrust among all employees of the house.
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  • Resourcing is an issue -- especially domestic violence toward children who come out.
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  • Years later, after a series of particularly grisly murders, Graham reluctantly agrees to come out of retirement and assist in the case.
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  • Now as our fellow workers were so hasty we were bound to come out on strike.
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  • I come out to collect any sick, injured or orphaned hedgehog anywhere within a reasonable distance from us.
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  • Whether such good can come out of so monstrous an evil remains to be seen.
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  • Amoy straight to Wok noodles come out stodgy and tasteless, super noodles - well let's not go there.
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  • There is every chance the next record will come out sounding the complete opposite!
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  • Do the stereotypes of the absent-minded professor or the'mad ' scientist come out of thin air?
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  • And who do you reckon would come out tops if you both got in a big punch-up!
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  • I am also very suspicious when these figures come out in such a nicely rounded fashion.
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  • The spice dealers who sold on improperly tested chili powder don't come out of this looking very saintly either.
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  • Local producers come out in force to show the public their wares and the Assembly Rooms fills with beer lovers for the three-day shindig.
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  • The backs and back row are looking really smoky this term and the forward are now beginning to come out of their summer hibernation.
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  • Aussie soap addicts are yet to come out of their closets.
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  • They had to come out to put in the new stanchions.
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  • If the engine is due to come out anyway - change the stator.
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  • The soap suds that come out with the leaking water leave white trails.
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  • Direction, music and cinematography are all top-notch and the effects are as good as anything you'll see come out of Hollywood.
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  • People are made unclean by the things that come out of them.
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  • Allow the radiator to fill and close the air bleed valve when water begins to come out.
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  • The coronary arteries come out of the aorta just after the last heart valve (the aortic valve ).
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  • We usually visualize our imagined future good luck as something that will unexpectedly " come out of the blue " and surprise us.
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  • At ' the corner ' the currents pick up and the napoleon wrasse & eagle rays come out to play.
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  • Here we enter upon one of the most interesting chapters of disorders and modes of disorder of this and of other systems. It has come out more and more clearly of late years that poisons do not betray even an approximately indifferent affinity for all tissues, which indeed a little reflection would tell us to be a priori improbable, but that each tends to fix itself to this cell group or to that, picking out parts for which they severally have affinities.
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  • The rays from 0 which have a greater inclination to the vertical than 48.75° cannot come out into the air, but are totally reflected.
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  • But I've just had the bad luck to come out of the sky, skip the solid earth, and land lower down than I intended.
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  • The next one that whispers must come out and stand in the middle of the floor.
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  • History is full of radical breaks with the past that only seem to have come out of nowhere but were, in fact, predictable.
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  • They cannot come out of the picture to harm you.
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  • But she was surprised that hot water should come out of the ground.
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  • Little birds and chickens come out of eggs.
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  • It shows how the child-mind gathers into itself words it has heard, and how they lurk there ready to come out when the key that releases the spring is touched.
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  • Often in a snow-storm, even by day, one will come out upon a well-known road and yet find it impossible to tell which way leads to the village.
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  • Those same stars twinkle over other fields than these.--But how to come out of this condition and actually migrate thither?
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  • When I was building, one of these had its nest underneath the house, and before I had laid the second floor, and swept out the shavings, would come out regularly at lunch time and pick up the crumbs at my feet.
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  • I used to start them in the open land also, where they had come out of the woods at sunset to "bud" the wild apple trees.
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  • Who knows what sort of seventeen-year locust will next come out of the ground?
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  • There she paused and stood listening to the conversation in the drawing room, waiting for Boris to come out.
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  • All were waiting for them to come out.
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  • You look as if you'd just come out of a hot bath.
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  • Having come out onto the road he reined in his horse, hesitating whether to ride along it or cross it and ride over the black field up the hillside.
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  • The highroad on which he had come out was thronged with caleches, carriages of all sorts, and Russian and Austrian soldiers of all arms, some wounded and some not.
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  • Saddled horses were standing before the house and the suite were assembling, evidently preparing for the Emperor to come out.
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  • Natasha had promised to come out to Kuragin at the back porch at ten that evening.
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  • It will come out that you're already married.
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  • Pierre was among those who saw him come out from the merchants' hall with tears of emotion in his eyes.
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  • But Napoleon had dressed and come out with such unexpected rapidity that he had not time to finish arranging the surprise.
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  • A great crowd of generals gathered round him, and Count Rostopchin, who had come out from Moscow, joined them.
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  • I'll come out to you in a moment, but we must first settle with the villain.
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  • Let us imagine two men who have come out to fight a duel with rapiers according to all the rules of the art of fencing.
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  • Denisov, who had come out of the study into the dancing room with his pipe, now for the first time recognized the old Natasha.
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  • And who do you reckon would come out tops if you both got in a big punch-up !
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  • Eventually you will come out of the forest and down a hill with two mini roundabouts at the bottom.
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  • Freddie is bustling in, all sweat and ruddy cheeks because teh sun has come out.
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  • The spice dealers who sold on improperly tested chili powder do n't come out of this looking very saintly either.
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  • You would come out side to find them scurrying around all over the place.
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  • This night, she had claimed to come out of sisterly concern in their time of trial.
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  • The solidarity action by BA workers to come out on strike in support of Gate Gourmet staff was illegal in the UK.
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  • Do you think his solo album will ever come out?
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  • They come out even better between other brightly colored plants like Delphinium, ornamental onions, iris stork 's bill or violet sage.
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  • No doubt more of this tawdry tale will come out in the weeks to come !
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  • Explain that we can sometimes let hurtful, thoughtless words come out of our mouths.
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  • This woman can go toe-to-toe with anything Tarantino can conjure up and still come out kicking some serious ass.
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  • Other releases Toons and tunes More Eighties treasures come out of the vaults, while wine producers muscle in on the action.
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  • Their topsy-turvy encounter saw Davidson come out on top 10-12, 9-11, 11-9, 14-12, 11-7.
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  • It is hoped that the report of the informal, trilateral conversations might come out at the end of September.
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  • The coronary arteries come out of the aorta just after the last heart valve (the aortic valve).
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  • With each passing day, he finds himself waiting to see what will come out of her mouth next.
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  • To facilitate product morphing, organizations need to be open to every option, to accommodate failures, to test product ideas that seem to come out of left field.
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  • Blind dates are awkward at best, but real relationships have come out of them.
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  • You can make life really easy for yourself by folding the liners and putting them inside covers as soon as they come out of the laundry.
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  • Because the mouth is the beginning of the digestive process, yeast overgrowth here can travel through the gastrointestinal tract and come out the other end.
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  • Usually you can come out on top, because at this point they've invested far too much effort into the sale to lose it at the last minute.
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  • If you're instructed to go into a pose you don't feel comfortable in, come out of it!
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  • Sometimes it is less expensive than traditional passes, so be sure to try it and see if you come out ahead.
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  • It's safest, though, to have a professional come out and measure the room before you sign any paperwork.
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  • The printers also print in higher quality resolutions so your pictures can come out clearer and more like pictures that are professionally printed from the store.
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  • If you don't mind having the older computer, it's possible you can upgrade it to your needs and still come out ahead.
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  • The trouble is that now Checkers chases her under my bed whenever she wants to come out and roam the house.
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  • They have wheels and a door so your cats can go in and come out easily, with two feeding stations, and a safety hook to hang some cat toys from.
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  • You can and should go in and pet her and give her attention, but ahe should not come out of the room.
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  • The cat can go inside, sleep on it and come out at will.
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  • If anything good has come out of these recalls, it is the growing awareness of the general public.
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  • Any pet owner who has tried to switch food brands on a cat can testify that some brands seem to come out on top while others will remain entirely untouched.
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  • Greg hides but is happily relieved to come out and find that the rumor that spread wasn't the real "secret" but some story about Greg and a girls' locker room.
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  • You should get an email receipt of your payment, and it will come out of your account on the date you selected.
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  • If a lawyer charges more per hour, but can get the work done in half the time or less than "cheaper" lawyers, you come out ahead.
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  • The stain won't come out and you're faced with the prospect of replacing the cushion.
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  • The design of front loaders allows them to spin faster than top loaders, not only cutting down on time spent, which is great for someone who has a lot of laundry to do, but it means that the clothes are that much drier when they come out.
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  • This is not that noticeable but if you take pictures they will come out with a yellow cast.
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  • It will make your designs come out cleaner.
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  • If you go for drastically different color tones or richness of colors, your walls could come out looking sloppy.
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  • Also be sure to have appropriate space to put hot dishes when they come out of the oven or microwave.
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  • If you have the space to install a closet where you can hang items as they come out of the drier, do so.
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  • Sometimes dye lots don't come out as planned, and those rugs are immediately discounted and sold to surplus specialty shops.
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  • Drama is allowed on your lookers as the dark liners and shadows come out to play.
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  • As far as your face makeup, depending on your skins undertones (redness that might come out from your skin) you should try using foundations with a yellow base.
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  • The artist is currently at work on her fifth studio album, due to come out in summer or autumn of 2007.
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  • In order for the photographs to come out nice there are certain types of application techniques that must be used.
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  • I enjoyed the initial stages of the scent for a while before the spicy notes began to come out.
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  • It's just as easy to glam things up at night, when drama and edginess come out to play.
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  • The small Lipglass sets typically come out as part of MAC's holiday makeup collection.
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  • When online brackets come out the Sunday evening of selection day, print one so you'll have a list of teams participating.
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  • One of the most important features to come out of the Internet is the TCP/IP protocol.
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  • Over a period of time your pet will come out of its holding cache and want to play, be fed or any other myriad of tasks.
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  • One advantage to an online map is that it can be updated more quickly than paper maps, which usually come out once per year.
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  • Along with surprises provided by human subjects, the delight lies in seeing image elements come out of hiding.
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  • Daiquiris are one of the best tasting things to come out of Cuba since the Cuban pork sandwich and when you mix a strawberry daiquiri recipe with a little sunshine, you'll feel like you're there.
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  • In addition, printable paper will come out flat, with none of the fancy raised embellishments that you'll find when you buy paper from a store.
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  • As noted above, the pages you create have to be printed on the computer on which they were made; if you don't have a high-quality printer, your pages will not come out looking very impressive.
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  • Just as a daytime panic attack, it seems to come out of nowhere.
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  • Once in the rooms, remember to mind your manners (writing like this IS NOT NICE), and let your true personality come out.
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  • Now, if you and your girlfriend have a really close relationship, you can come out to her.
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  • You can encourage her to come out of her shell, but you can't force her (and doing so would only make both of you miserable).
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  • And if he's around his friends, it might make him more confident and more likely to come out of his shell.
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  • Other times, the pressure isn't even negative, such as pushing a shy friend to come out of his/her shell.
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  • Many valedictorians share how their faith has impacted their lives and ability to come out at the top of their class.
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  • Pick the leaves when they first come out in the spring so that they will be tender and mild flavored.
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  • And as we walked in the rain we saw a woman come out of her apartment on 76th and smile.
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  • If most guests contribute, there may be little, if anything, to come out of your own pocket.
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  • You'll be amazed at how many caterers, photographers and coordinators will come out of the woodwork and help to cut costs.
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  • New cake products come out all the time, replacing the older models on the shelves.
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  • Bass felt it was time to come out to clear up all the rumors and gossip abounding on the Internet.
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  • I always believe in the end, the truth will come out.
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  • Through a series of hits and misses in her life, she has come out on top, singing with the group The Black Eyed Peas as well as taking on a solo career.
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  • He later said on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that he felt it was important to come out in light of the incident, but probably would not have made it public if the comment had never been made.
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  • For the most part, celebrities who have undergone treatments come out looking as good or better than they did beforehand.
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  • Once the hottest male actor around, Cruise has slowly lost his popularity because of some of the words that have come out of his mouth.
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  • As a result, she will hopefully come out stronger, smarter and wiser then she was when she went in.
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  • At that time, Spears had taken Jayden and barricaded herself in one of the rooms in her home, refusing to come out and hand the child over.
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  • At any rate, congrats go out to Kris Allen, the guy who didn't get a bit of airtime during the audition shows only to come out and win it all.
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  • You do feel a bit vulnerable, but as long as you come out the other side all right, why worry?"
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  • Kara has also come out in support of Ellen, believing that she will "…bring so much to the show."
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  • Paula has come out wishing Ellen the best and saying nothing but nice things about the show.
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  • The pressure to look young is what fuels most of these cases, yet ironically, people rarely come out of these procedures looking younger.
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  • Let's all admit right now that some of us would tune in only to see what crazy things would come out of Paula's mouth.
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  • After all, if a celeb can take a senior picture wearing braces, with pimples or huge mall hair, and come out looking absolutely fabulous today, there's hope for anyone.
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  • Again, get her involved in the shopping process, and you will come out a winner.
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  • Girls around the world have embraced Miley Cyrus and her TV character Hannah Montana to the point where Disney has now come out with an expanded Hannah Montana fashion line based on the character from the show.
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  • Millions of college lesbians come out during this time in their lives because it's a period when you start to accept who you are and want to explore the world around you without having to hide your true identity.
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  • However, you don't have to tell any of your closest friends; you can decide to come out in a different way.
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  • Deciding when and how to come out is completely up to you and your comfort level.
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  • Mac laptops commonly come out on top in a battle of looks among computers, but snazzy carrying cases and slipcovers can help jazz up more boring models.
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  • When the stars come out and moonbeams glisten across the ocean waves, the entertainment aboard this ocean liner is second to none.
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  • However, most won't come out and directly say that they offer a great European cruise for members of the gay community.
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  • Next, once he's accustomed to being inside the crate with his toy, you can close the door for a few minutes, then open it again so he's free to come out if he likes.
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  • Seeing a wild skunk during day is a rare sighting because these animal are known to be nocturnal, but there is the rare occasional that a skunk will come out during the day to get food.
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  • First, it made all the flavor come out of them and helped to really dry the fresh bacon out.
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  • First let's cover what lovely things come out of our dogs' mouths when they kiss us.
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  • Cutworms are moth larvae that live in the soil and come out at night to feast on new seedlings.
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  • When treating your yard for insects, it is best to wait until dusk when mosquitoes come out and many beneficial insets go into hiding for the night.
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  • Mana has become one of the most successful groups to ever come out of Mexico, and they are showing no signs of slowing down.
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  • Have them come out and offer solutions to implement before work begins.
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  • This fill could come out over time, leaving you with holes that need to be repatched.
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  • But how do you find a contractor who will even come out to your home for this meeting?
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  • Pull hard if you need to; it will come out enough so that you can access the side terminal screws.
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  • In fact, for these, you should hold the steaming agent as far away as possible from the tie and only bring the steam closer if the wrinkles are refusing to come out.
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  • Aside from the obvious health benefits of the fruits and vegetables that come out of a vegan organic garden, there are also the environmental benefit of not adding harmful chemicals into the soil.
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  • For example, Seeds of Change has come out with recyclable envelopes to hold the seeds rather than the traditional seed packets.
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  • Even the large companies are beginning to come out with organics.
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  • Some formal options may come out as the holiday season approaches, too.
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  • While new styles come out every year, check for last year's styles, which will probably be discounted.
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  • In fact, trouser jeans can be worn with nearly anything and somehow come out looking fantastic.
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  • In 2007, food safety regulators in Ohio have come out more than once saying they are seeing more small-time food stands, Amish community members and tiny farms selling homemade goods to the public.
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  • You will want to position yourself close to the door so that you can see their reaction when they come out.
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  • Shower jokes can be fun, such as pouring a cup of cold water over someone while they are in the shower or squirting them with a squirt gun when they come out.
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  • Typically the communities are very supportive and entire families will come out to volunteer and support the athletes.
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  • Pre-pay a lawn service to come out to his or her home to cut the lawn and take care of any other yard work.
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  • There won't be the problem, then, that quite a few replicas have of blocking debris with the lens (no shattering), only to have the lens come out the other side and hit the wearer.
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  • Since his early beginnings as a designer, Jacobs has always come out on top, earning some of the top awards and recognitions in the industry.
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  • Some vampires' eyes turn black when their fangs come out so if this look is what you want, try a pair of all black lenses.
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  • Take the time to search for the perfect deal for your clan, and you are sure to come out with some impressive savings.
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  • Since the scarier attractions are at night, those who come out tend to wear scarier costumes and that would be difficult to avoid.
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  • You and your family get a photo with Donald Duck in his Safari clothes while you are on the way in and Mickey's regular crew will come out to pay a call throughout the breakfast.
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  • Considering that new Mario games for the Wii don't come out all that often, many gamers have turned to the Internet and indepedent developers to create some great Mario remakes.
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  • It's one of the most completely addicting online first person shooters to come out since Call of Duty (multiplayer mode also recommended).
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  • What this means to you is that games can be created, developed, and published faster for the Wii system, giving you quicker options for your favorite games instead of waiting for it to come out on the PS3.
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  • Enemies will come out of nowhere and attack you for no reason at all.
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  • If graphics aren't your main concern try jumping back a generation or waiting for the next set of consoles to come out and get one of the current ones.
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  • The highly anticipated third version is due to come out later this year.
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  • Some of the most popular video games of all time have come out of the Electronic Arts business unit known as EA Sports.
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  • Children could lose sight of the real world and come out of the game still in "game mode."
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  • Endless Ocean is a very different game than anything that's come out since Seaman for the Dreamcast.
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  • Full Auto has the unfortunate distinction of being the first new Xbox 360 title to come out in a while, so gamers that are thirsting for new blood are likely to have their expectations set super-high.
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  • See the cracks in the walls where they come out?
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  • Rumor has it that the delay will allow an Xbox 360 (the second generation Xbox) version to come out in addition to the previously announced ones.
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  • Later on, however, Brett Favre announced that he would like to come out of retirement.
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  • However, it didn't take long for the makers of previous flash carts to come out with DSi compatible memory cartridges, and soon enough the DSi was cracked and open to the world of piracy.
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  • The PlayStation Portable (PSP) is the slickest piece of handheld gaming to come out since…well the original Game Boy of 1988.
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  • Microsoft and Sony have come out sluggin', and it's going to be a knock-down, drag-out brawl.
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  • Drifting is a staple of Ridge Racer and in all the other games you have control on how you enter the drift and how you come out of the drift.
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  • Seeing how it is one of the most innovative games to come out in some time, you may be interested to hear if there are some strange or interesting Scribblenauts cheats available.
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  • Why hasn't anyone come out of the castle yet?
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  • These extra characters come out and help you win the fight in some way.
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  • The Wii and the Wii accessories combine to make the most interactive game system to come out since the Sega Dreamcast.
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  • Any vinter who can throw this many grapes into a vat and come out with good juice deserves support and praise.
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  • There are many times when the grapes are picked early or late just because there is no other time that a crew is available to come out and pick-they are in such high demand!
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  • Classic Syrah nose of coffee, intense blueberry, and smoke really come out in the first sniff.
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  • It is true, many of the best Pinot's come out of Burgundy, but they can be a bit on the pricey side.
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  • Although Franzia has been synonymous with boxed wine for years, higher end wine makers have come out with boxed versions.
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  • Regardless of your decision between the BlackBerry Bold vs Palm Pre, you'll definitely come out with a winning smartphone.
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  • The Palm Pre is perhaps the most fashionable mobile phone to ever come out of Palm and it comes powered by the all-new webOS.
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  • In 2008, it looked like GPS was going to be the big feature, but by 2009, not much new had come out of the big companies.
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  • Because coral snakes are creatures that come out only at night, they almost never bite humans; they are held responsible for approximately 25 bites a year in the United States.
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  • Parents should not try to remove the food; rather the child's head should be turned to one side so that the food can come out on its own.
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  • Pioneers of dance continue to come out of the woodwork, but overall choreography is the result of techniques and styles learned over years of experience.
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  • Called 'technique', mastering the finer points of ballet includes learning things like at what angle your head should come out of your neck in order to evoke different effects.
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  • Finally, if you find your posters come out particularly well, you can consider selling them as a fundraiser.
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  • With a young and vibrant cast who can blow the roof off with their enthusiasm, both kids and adults have been impressed with the production numbers that have come out of this Disney franchise.
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  • It is also the city where the glamorous people of the fashion and modeling industry come out at night to display their talent.
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  • It will help to bring in photographs of what you're hoping to replicate, and take your time talking with the stylist before any scissors come out.
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  • I had come out on voluntery retirement basis 5 years ago.
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  • When job forecast agencies come out with annual "most stressful" lists, they're usually considering factors like work environment, competitiveness and overall risk.
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  • The plug of mucus that sealed your cervix will come out in the form of a blood-tinged vaginal discharge called "bloody show."
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  • It can take many strong pushes to get the baby's head to come out.
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  • A study will come out that says the pill can make you fat only to be rebuked the next week.
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  • Although every pregnant woman knows another who will swear up and down that their labor was brought on by doing x, y, and z, it really comes down to whether the baby is ready to come out.
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  • The IUD must be inserted properly to ensure that it does not come out and a physician should show you how to find the string attached to the device.
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  • The device may not come out as easily as expected and your doctor may have to use an ultrasound to determine the reason that it isn't moving.
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  • The water may come out gradually, in subtle trickles, or, rarely, it can come out in an unmistakable gush.
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  • This fluid may come out in a large gush or a small trickle.
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  • While all of these natural ways to induce labor may seem harmless enough, there is certainly something to be said for waiting for the baby to come out on his or her own time.
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  • After the test is done, it may be necessary to wear a pad to catch dye discharge that may come out.
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  • Another favorite to come out of the Bay Area, M.A.C. is now an international phenomenon in the cosmetics industry.
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  • Be prepared to avoid these mishaps, but also be armed with a little good-natured humor; if one does occur you can come out of the situation with at least some of your pride intact.
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  • Cute and sexy, these suits embody the sweetness of the girl-next-door, but still invite your inner vixen to come out and play.
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  • There are several great cover-ups to enhance modesty when you come out of the water.
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  • As always, you can expect a little more from a Speedo swimsuit, and watershorts' SPEEDRY™ fabric repels water absorption so they dry extra fast when teens come out of the water.
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  • The one-piece and two-piece options evolve with the trends as the new collections come out.
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  • This is because swimsuit editions are usually photographed months before they come out.
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  • Start looking for your new wetsuit toward the end of summer because that's when the new styles come out.
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  • It can be very embarrassing to have your swimsuit fail on you while at the beach or pool, but with a little good-natured humor, you can come out of the situation with at least some of your pride intact.
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  • Creating a big circle, your hands and arms then come out of the water in front of you as you lift your head, shoulders and chest out of the water at the same time.
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  • If you don't have much skill in putting things together, you may want to ask the location you purchase it from if they can assemble it for you (either at the store or come out to your home).
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  • While the research supports the use of probiotics, the FDA has yet to come out in support of their use.
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  • As soon as the wool coats and snow boots are put away, the flirty dresses, kitten heels, lightweight cardigans and pretty pastels come out in droves.
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  • If a candle doesn't come out of the mold easily, try placing it in the refrigerator for about 10 minutes.
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  • As long as you don't set the wax on fire and limit your additives and fragrance to reasonable levels, your candle will come out fine.
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  • There is no cost to list your items so nothing will come out of your pocket.
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  • First and foremost, you are giving individuals a fresh start at life by creating job opportunities and training programs that come out of your donations' proceeds.
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  • Finally, online grant writing through The Idea Bank can provide you with some knowledge and also inspire you with examples of past work that has come out from their classes.
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  • Humbleness, gratefulness, respect, and a non-judgmental attitude are just a few of the virtues that come out of allowing your children to serve people less fortunate.
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  • If you find yourself with some time to kill waiting for cookies to come out of the oven or for your spouse to return with presents to wrap, playing a game online is a way to keep yourself in the holiday mood.
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  • Let your creative side come out when creating your own woodland costumes.
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  • Acting and sounding tough online can actually come out as sounding conceited and narcissistic.
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  • My Secret Obsession-Whether you're still in the closet, or you've come out full force, you'll still enjoy the stories of other women's secret obsessions at this site.
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  • For women of any color, making the choice to come out is often a difficult one.
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  • It is better to let your excitement come out gradually as you discover the person you are interested in feels the same way about you too.
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  • Relationship breakups can be emotionally difficult to handle, but by giving yourself time to heal and surrounding yourself with family and friends, you can come out of it a stronger person.
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  • This stage gets two people excited and motivated so they develop the determination and commitment to bring up problems and concerns, work through them, and come out stronger as a couple.
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  • Other movies imply the emotions of maybe-lesbians who can't quite come out and admit it - such as the implied homoeroticism of Thelma and Louise.Certainly, the press makes a big deal about lesbians showing their emotions openly.
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  • Creative romantic games can come out of long car rides or lazy afternoons at home.
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  • If a person isn't happy and is prone to cheating, the truth will come out one way or another.
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  • Even a shy guy can come out of his shell when he really likes a girl.
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  • These gemstones are very unique because they come out of the ground appearing like a multiple-faceted, cut diamond.
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  • Real diamonds come out of the earth as very rough stones and must be cut in order to bring out the diamond's beauty.
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  • While she might not mind that at all, it may come out a little blunt to spell it out that way.
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  • If you have an idea for a feature that is appropriate for a particular section of the paper like the health or lifestyle section, deadlines may not be as short because they usually come out weekly.
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  • Rice flour doesn't bind ingredients together as easily as glutinous wheat flours, so your new online friends can teach you what tips and tricks work, and walk you through the process so that your recipes come out flawlessl.
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  • Bake for 30 to 35 minutes, checking for doneness by inserting a toothpick into the center, which will come out clean if when the cake is done.
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  • The Vera is a popular favorite that seems to come out season after season.
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  • Dooney & Bourke will seasonally come out with some absurdly endearing fashion such as the Spring 2007 Bumble Bee collection that features colorful chubby bumblebees and large block-letter "D"s set against a white or black background.
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  • Think about all of those beautiful quilts that come out of the Southern and mid-Western regions of the United States with their attention to detail and painstaking hand stitches; that's what these purses are all about, and more.
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  • The last thing you want to do is challenge the bull because he knows how to butt heads and come out the winner.
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  • He'll rush in where fools never would, but he will conquer all obstacles and come out victorious.
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  • The Capricorn tendencies of sadness and serious thinking might be the first thing that really strikes you as different about this sign, mostly because it seems to come out of nowhere.
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  • Otherwise, unless it is broad daylight, all of your child's photographs will come out looking dark.
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  • The easiest way to use these printable games is simply to hit "command-P" on the computer and let the games come out on normal white paper.
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  • When you're aching with anticipation for a favorite movie or TV show to come out on DVD, you ought to keep up with lists of new video rental releases so that you can be first in the shop when what you want is finally available.
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  • Nine times out of ten, it'll come out in time for your Father's Day shopping.
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  • For the other, more traditional film festivals in which filmmakers enter their films in the contest and they are voted on by viewers, the Dove festival centers on mass produced children's movies that come out of Hollywood.
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  • Scary movies often come out around Halloween when people are in the mood to be scared by movies, haunted houses, and mazes.
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  • Facebook pages that are made for a certain movie will often feature information about the movie's director and cast as it becomes available, as well as links to movie trailers and posters as they come out.
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  • Many chick flicks come out around Valentine's Day and Christmas as well, so seeing a movie geared toward females can be something to do on those days.
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  • Cars 2 is likely set to come out of the Pixar animation factory.
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