Droves sentence example

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  • The kangaroo (Macro pus) lives in droves in the open grassy plains.
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  • When Izzie and Denny embarked on a sexual relationship, fans protested and the spoilers began to turn them away in droves.
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  • In 1969, Seiko brought the first quartz watch to the market, a technology that would permanently alter the watch market as droves of people turned to watches that they did not have to wind each day.
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  • When the Hyundai Genesis first hit dealer lots in 2009, the sports sedan turned so many heads that car consumers started seeking out Hyundai Genesis Sedan reviews in droves.
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  • Droves of people have sworn by Dr. Atkins zero-carb-high-protein diet and many celebrities swear by The Zone.
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  • When aerobics first hit the scene, women followed Jane Fonda's lead in droves, but often stayed away from lifting weights because they were afraid they'd develop big, masculine muscles.
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  • Once women began buying pantyhose in droves, and stockings - with their needed accessories and inconvenient two-piece design - fell out of fashion, nylons slowly evolved.
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  • Between pending lawsuits and users leaving in droves to places like Kazaa and LimeWire, WinMX decided to call it quits after a very brave run of things.
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  • Once Myspace appeared, Friendster users left in droves.
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  • Phair was labeled a sellout and fans turned away from her in droves.
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  • The fans obviously responded to The All American Rejects singles like Dirty Little Secret, Move Aong and It Ends Tonight, by buying up CD's and downloading them onto MP3 players in droves.
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  • Music fans head to Tennessee in droves to soak up music history, and musicians also pack their bags in large numbers to head to Tennessee's music cities looking for fame and fortune.
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  • The funky blend of house music and disco, coupled with a psychedelic video, won over fans in droves.
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  • Better yet, if you are an older adult that decided to brave the droves of young 20-somethings and return to college, why not have a celebration for yourself?
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  • The producers of Big Brother got droves of fans hooked on voyeurism and bring these fans what they wish they could see on CBS.
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  • Blogs have addressed the show in droves, mostly charging that the pageant parents are oversexualizing their children, using them to earn cash and living vicariously through them.
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  • On the latter hypothesis it has been generally assumed that the wild camels are the descendants of droves of the domesticated breed which escaped when certain central Asian cities were overwhelmed by sand-storms. This theory, according to Professor Leche, is rendered improbable by Dr Sven Hedin's observations on the habits and mode of life of the wild camel.
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  • It is entirely terrestrial in habits, at least on Gibraltar, and goes about in droves.
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  • The gelada inhabits the mountains of Abyssinia, where, like other baboons, it descends in droves to pillage cultivated lands.
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  • The excellence of the Moldavian horses is attested by a Turkish proverb; and annual droves of as many as 40,000 Moldavian oxen were sent across Poland to Danzig.
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  • As a rule, they frequent barren rocky districts in large droves, and are exceedingly fierce and dangerous to approach.
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  • Droves of swine under the charge of swineherds wandered through the forests; some belonged to the ri, others to lords (flaith) and others again to village communities.
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  • Nigel said: " Unfortunately droves and droves of people have been entering the water to play with him.
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  • A genuine live in the world businesses to sample burger attracts droves.
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  • But young and new were staying away in the same droves as the old and wrinkly.
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  • Throughout the eighties members had been leaving in the proverbial droves.
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  • With youthful vigor in droves, these young pups are intent on teaching the old dogs new tricks.
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  • Holiday shopping brings people out in droves, so lines and crowds should be expected.
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  • Samsung SL820: Weighing in at less than five ounces, the SL820 with 12.2 megapixel capacity is a dream to manipulate, but its digital camera technical features are what attract droves of consumers to purchase it.
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  • People were leaving in droves because she sang like an American Idol reject.
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  • Fortunately for both Kanye and his droves of fans, his positive actions and talent far outweigh his temper tantrums.
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  • Everything seemed to be going well, she had hit record after hit record, droves of fans and was making millions before the age of 18.
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  • Fans, coming out in droves to watch their idols perform live, would have had a field day scouring gossip Web sites for virtual minute-by-minute coverage of their favorite stars.
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  • Putting the rumors to rest for good, Clay Aiken has finally announced to the public and his droves of "Claynation" fans that, "Yes, I'm gay."
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  • Unfortunately, the famous O.J. Simpson car chase was underway while the concert was on, and viewers turned away in droves to watch the chase.
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  • The weather cools, the Christmas music plays, and the party invitations tend to come in droves.
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  • So thermals, layering tees, ripped corduroy pants and all sorts of worn-looking items can be found in droves at a second-hand store.
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  • Thrill seekers flock to the park in droves, making it the second most visited theme park in England.
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  • From the moment Dr. Henry Jones first hit the movie screen as Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Lost Ark, movie fans flocked in droves to the game consoles every time a new Indiana video game release came out.
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  • While the original Warcraft series didn't attract nearly as many female gamers as it did male ones, the completely different World of Warcraft game did - and it attracted them in droves.
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  • On the planet Pandora, sought-after minerals are discovered which brings scientists and colonists to the planet in droves.
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  • In general, RPGs also have a strong female following, puzzle games continue to be girl gamer favorites and new ground, such as that pawed by Nintendogs is attracting women in droves.
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  • American dancers came out in droves for the auditions, which took place in New York, Atlanta, Los Angeles and Chicago.
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  • With its easy design and flirty style, women flock to these types of suits in droves.
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  • Decades after her debut in the 1950s, Barbie still knows how to win over a crowd, and little girls still flock to her section of the toy aisle in droves.
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  • Consequently, children began collecting them in droves, hoping to add a Wallwalker of each color to their collection.
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  • The term superfoods has become a marketing word that helps drive droves of people in search of a healthier lifestyle to purchase foods given this designation.
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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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  • Once a look was proclaimed "in," men and women tended to jump on it in droves.
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  • The elegant design alone will have fashion fanatics everywhere lining up in droves.
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  • The studio was hoping, along with droves of fans, that New Moon would be ready for release in November of 2009.
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  • When it's "fashion week," celebrities, socialites, and the well-connected show up in droves.
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  • Old favorites have made their exit, making way for new soon-to-be favorites and new members work hard to win over the droves of fans of this favorite U.K. soap opera.
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  • But, for someone in the spotlight as this talented athlete is, the nay-sayers are generally drowned out by the droves of fans.
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  • Sadly, these unwelcome pests come out in droves when the weather heats up.
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  • Formerly these beautiful antelopes existed in countless numbers on the plains of South Africa, and were in the habit of migrating in droves which completely filled entire valleys.
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  • The Bad Lands of the White river are also noted for their wealth of animal fossils, which have been found in such quantities as to cause geologists to believe that the vertebrates perished there in droves during a severe storm or flood.
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  • Until a period comparatively recent, they were relatively numerous, and were driven in droves to the pasturages of the Severn and the neighbouring markets.
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  • A carload of drovers, too, in the midst, on a level with their droves now, their vocation gone, but still clinging to their useless sticks as their badge of office.
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  • Generally met with in large droves of from fifty to a hundred, it is of a more pugnacious disposition than the former species, and a hunter who encounters a herd in a forest has often to climb a tree as his only chance of safety.
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