Get-back sentence example

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  • I've got to get back to work.
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  • Maybe I can get back before dark.
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  • Even so, everyone was anxious to get back home.
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  • When he awakes at night, he needs you to help him get back to sleep.
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  • I'm going to make myself a sandwich and get back to work.
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  • Let's get back to the others.
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  • You can't wait until you get back.
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  • Then you get back up and continue the climb.
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  • I know you need to get back for your finals tomorrow.
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  • I know what to get, now you go lay down on the couch until I get back.
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  • "I think you need to get back there," Darian added, frowning.
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  • Time to get back to work.
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  • Then get back before you get me hurt.
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  • She had to get back there and see what was in the building.
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  • If you want to wait until I get off work, I'll try to leave a little early so we won't get back so late.
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  • We'd better get back to the apartment.
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  • She could hardly wait to get back to Texas.
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  • Still, she wished he would get back soon.
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  • I was scared to death I couldn't... get back!
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  • Later, we tried to get back to business.
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  • Quinn agreed and said he'd get back to me.
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  • It's time for me to get back to business.
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  • Then she added, "Julie practically begged me to bring Molly out there and help the both of them to get back home, whatever it takes to do so."
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  • I have to get back to the mall and find out about my wife!
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  • Sofia only half-listened as she led them down the stairs, anxious to get back to Damian and the place that had become her home.
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  • "I suppose you're anxious to get back on the road," Dean hinted.
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  • I just want to get back to civilization.
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  • Maybe I'll do that, when they get back.
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  • Cynthia and I will call a lawyer when I get back to Bird Song.
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  • How did you ever get back here, hon?
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  • "I need to get back home," he muttered.
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  • Let's get back to the house.
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  • The subject of Lori wasn't something she wanted to get back into.
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  • So you think she wants to get back at you by taking me away?
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  • They needed to get back to the house.
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  • You'd better get back into the house.
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  • If I do, I'll call you for that dinner date when I get back.
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  • Sis, can you send me some money to get back?
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  • You want me to tell Death to wait till you get back?
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  • Deal with this shit when you get back.
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  • I'll go and we can talk about going home when I get back!
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  • I'm not overly anxious to get back on that depressing ship.
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  • You could get back at him for whatever it is you're fighting about.
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  • I do feel better but I'll still be glad when things get back to normal and I'm comfortable my mother is her old self again.
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  • Why don't you tell Heinrich here we don't know shit about Shipton so we can get back to enjoying ourselves?
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  • Let's get back to the list.
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  • She wants to get back with Donnie's pa but he doesn't like her no more.
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  • Maybe now you can get back to the future, and running Bird Song.
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  • You'd have to get back up to where you started anyway, unless you're going out in another direction.
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  • "I'd better get back to Bird Song in case he shows up," Dean said.
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  • That's what I came down to tell you, but we'll save it for another time, let's get back to your problem.
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  • I'd like you to get back in this bed and show me some reverence.
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  • I only have to make the pies, but won't do that till we get back.
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  • Trying to get back on your good side.
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  • He grinned innocently thinking, Things are going to get back to normal here pretty quickly.
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  • You better get back to your mum.
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  • You go ahead and get back in.
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  • Well, if you ever get back up this way again, you be sure to drop by.
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  • I need to get back to the house.
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  • I wouldn't hurt Lori just to get back at you.
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  • A vehicle door slammed and Josh was yelling for her to get back.
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  • I need all the help I can get back here.
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  • The neighbors continued to help, but they had their own lives to live and she was encouraging them to get back to their normal activities.
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  • I'm sure you want to get back to Parkside.
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  • It was still early and Dean figured they'd get back to Parkside in time for a few hours of biking.
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  • All we have to do is find it, spend ten minutes yelling at an old lady and then get back to Parkside.
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  • I'd just as soon get back to purse snatchers and pot smokers and leave the big boys to you.
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  • Because he parked the motor home in some campground near Norfolk, then transferred the bike to his car, stashed the bike somewhere down the beach and used it the next morning, like you said, to get back to the motor home.
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  • I'd have burned the damned money before I'd have let it get back on the street poisoning kids.
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  • Right now she'd better get back to Katie and Bill's house before Alex came home.
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  • Princess was eager to get back to some oats, so she walked faster than Carmen thought was safe.
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  • Apparently he was eager to get back to the clinic.
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  • We'd better get back to the barn.
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  • We'd better get back.
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  • There are a lot of people down here wondering what happened to you... and if you'll ever get back down this way again.
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  • I'll be an old woman by the time you get back.
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  • Yes, if you've been there a day and until you get back to your own world for a full day.
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  • How did I get back?
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  • And why didn't you at least tell Felipa where you were going so someone would have known to look when you didn't get back on time.
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  • I think I'll get back into the saddle a little – figuratively speaking.
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  • Felipa would be leaving as well and things would get back to normal – whatever that was.
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  • Wherever Alex and Gerald went, they didn't get back until after dark.
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  • She would be missed, both for her help and her personality, but it was time for the household to get back to some semblance of normal.
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  • I'm sure you're in a hurry to get back out to Denton.
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  • I've got to get back to my apartment.
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  • What am I going to do when I get back to my apartment?
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  • I'm going to have to get back to town.
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  • "I don't watch much television," Jessi said, anxious to get back to her cousin.
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  • Can we stop here, get back on schedule and just forget about the photo shoot? she asked in what she hoped was a level tone.
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  • His position was a painful one, and he longed to get back to Magdeburg, but was persuaded by Luther to stay.
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  • When we get back to (I) each train has been displaced through A and the period is A/U.
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  • The ship was being held into the mole by the "Daffodil," and if she were disabled it was practically certain that the men in the mole would not get back.
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  • In their anxiety to get back to the Cape Evans party, Mackintosh and Hayward attempted the journey on the sea-ice on May 8, but the ice was not strong enough and they were lost.
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  • There do not appear to be any men in his line of descent given to scholarly or intellectual pursuits till we get back to the 17th century, when we come to Abijah Whitman, a clergyman, settled in Connecticut.
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  • Army would be so hampered by disbanded soldiers and fugitive civilians that most of them could scarcely hope to get back as units.
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  • Its members claimed to get back to the simple church founded on brotherly love.
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  • In the same year the writ was used to release the wife of Earl Ferrers from his custody and maltreatment, and was unsuccessfully applied for by John Wilkes to get back his wife, who was separated from him by mutual agreement.
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  • Then you get back up and climb on him again.
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  • If we can reach the orchard, we can get back home.
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  • I think I'll get back into the saddle a little – figuratively speaking.
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  • Felipa would be leaving as well and things would get back to normal – whatever that was.
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  • Victor is desperate to get back to the living and Victoria, and the movie follows each characters antics to get what they want.
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  • To get back home was a task in itself up a nice steep bank.
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  • In the water a bit of weight ' trimming ' was needed at the start to get back to neutral buoyancy.
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  • Nearly all cars are very considerate - I cant wait to get back!
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  • How did the flightless dodos get back to Mauritius?
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  • Send off 5 packets of cornflakes and you get back a gold doubloon.
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  • Put your dummy back into your ugly gob and Get back inside Your Pram.
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  • I think we are all just itching to get back into action.
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  • Just to get back on an even keel, you know.
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  • I get back from Austria the night before so may be jet lagged... .
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  • I intend to do as much sailing as I can over the winter as I need to get back into using center mainsheet again.
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  • They may well want to get back to some good old-fashioned marbling.
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  • When you get back you can enjoy these tasty morsels.
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  • They are often negotiable where a journalist can feel confident you will get back to them.
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  • After the initial novelty and excitement I want to get back to the bread and butter work of the Church.
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  • I need to get back to making origami to explore shape, designing egg containers and constructing models using chick peas and cocktail sticks.
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  • Martin made a desperate effort to get back and warn his companions, but could not retrace his steps because of the thick smoke.
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  • The only way to get back control and Internet access was to reset the router.
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  • You get back is sort of to Hawaii cruise cut short after 300 become ill sit in.
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  • I can't bloody wait to get back to England and have a soy banana smoothie at your Juice Bar.
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  • I usually get back home round about eight o'clock in the evening, and have a quick snooze in the car.
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  • Why can't the widow get back her silver snuffbox that was stole?
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  • You could eventually get back to the element vanadium which would have an oxidation state of zero.
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  • Folks don't fall into the middle of the earth and then get back again to tell of their adventures--not in real life.
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  • "Really," said the girl, anxiously, "I must get back as soon as poss'ble to my own folks."
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  • Zeb also wanted to see his home, and although he did not find anyone morning for him, the sight of Hugson's Ranch in the picture made him long to get back there.
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  • It made me feel very sad to leave Boston and I missed all of my friends greatly, but of course I was glad to get back to my lovely home once more.
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  • She screamed with glee when the little things squealed and squirmed in their efforts to get back to their mother, and spelled, "Baby--eat large."
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  • I'll take another turn and when I get back I'll go to the general and ask him.
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  • Bagration knew that as the distance between the two flanks was more than six miles, even if the messenger were not killed (which he very likely would be), and found the commander-in-chief (which would be very difficult), he would not be able to get back before evening.
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  • To get back to that time and have done with all the present!
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  • It was now, however, impossible to get back the way he had come; the maid, Aniska, was no longer there, and Pierre with a feeling of pity and disgust pressed the wet, painfully sobbing child to himself as tenderly as he could and ran with her through the garden seeking another way out.
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  • The rocky shores will take 10 years to get back to normal.
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  • For your sanity 's sake, please get back to work right now !
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  • You wo n't remember but I was the lone sentimental fool who voted for Carol and Sybil to get back on track !
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  • Who cares if we are shattered when we get back?
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  • I ca n't bloody wait to get back to England and have a soy banana smoothie at your Juice Bar.
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  • Why ca n't the widow get back her silver snuffbox that was stole?
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  • Belper started to get back into the game but Simon Maguire, Ellis Davis and Kegan Brewin were solid in defense.
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  • You made a spelling mistake ' then I 'd get back under your rock not bother.
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  • Well also hate the washing etc wen u get back.
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  • I guess I'll just get back to work - wincing a bit !
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  • After her injury, she tried out some modality exercises to help her get back into playing soccer.
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  • When the boy heard the shuffle of feet coming down the hallway, he knew he needed to get back into bed quickly.
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  • If you know you are going to be gone for a week's vacation, wait until you get back before you begin potty training.
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  • You may be able to identify what caused your child to stop toilet training successfully that way, but whether you can figure out the trigger or not, you can work with your toddler to get back on the right track.
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  • Grab a cup of coffee from Starbucks, and get back in the hunt for the elusive deal of the century.
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  • I love this cat, but I am afraid that if I take him with me he'll want to get back to his old neighborhood and become injured in the process.
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  • Count your money and put your card away after you get back in your car and lock the doors.
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  • Although it is true that the debt will not be lumped into one convenient payment, the lower interest rates and renewed resolve may help you to get back on track.
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  • If you find yourself knee-deep in debt, call a debt consolidation agency right away and get back on track with your finances easily.
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  • Some cardholders will end up paying more in fees and interest than they will actually get back through the rebates, making the rebate less valuable to the cardholder.
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  • When you do feel ready to get back into the dating scene, remember that rushing into another marriage or serious relationship is a surefire recipe for disaster.
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  • You may think that now is the time to go out and find another suitable spouse, or maybe you are anxious to get back out on the dating scene so you can give yourself the opportunity to be wild.
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  • This will keep the inside temperatures down and negate the need for the air conditioner when you get back in to drive.
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  • Tym said he felt "honored" to be helping a Hurricane Katrina victim get back on her feet and dug right into his task, which was very similar to last week's task for him.
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  • In thinking about faux painting, it is good to take a few walks and get back to nature, which reveals in imprecision.
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  • Whenever you hit a makeup rut, get back to the basics, check out your favorite beauty mags, and wait for the next muse!
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  • Ensure your name and e-mail address are attached to the card so the recipient can get back to you.
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  • Consider this one of those times when you'll get back on the healthy eating track the next day.
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  • For those with overflowing cupboards, get rid of pans you don't use and get back to the basics!
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  • If you haven't been exercising because you've been busy with work, this is a great time to go ahead and get back on the treadmill so to speak.
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  • After trying many at home interventions to help troubled teens get back on the right path, sometimes the only way to get through to them is to enroll them into a camp.
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  • Wait till you're ready to handle a relationship to get back in the game.
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  • Understanding why they become problem teenagers can help you figure out what steps to take to help them get back on the right track.
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  • When looking for jobs, teens will want to consider many things, such as: how much time they will have to work, whether or not school will interfere with work hours, and if they will be able to get back and forth to the job.
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  • It can also help those with poor eating habits get back on track.
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  • Ten days after an event that occurs before you leave town on your honeymoon, or after you get back in the case of post-honeymoon wedding receptions.
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  • It sure was nice to be so open, honest and willing in those early days and it is a struggle to get back there today.
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  • Allow yourself to rebound but then get back on track.
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  • The most important thing is to not be too hard on yourself and get back to working on your goals to quit your sugar obsession.
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  • Take your pick: Paris Hilton was arrested for DUI in September, Britney Spears was photographed sans panties, and Lindsay Lohan joined Alcoholics Anonymous to get back on track.
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  • Next year, they will get back together onscreen with Sharon Stone and Jim Broadbent in Dirty Tricks (2008), a feature film about former U.S. President Richard Nixon.
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  • The source is said to have leaked the photos in an attempt to help Lindsay get back on track, telling the British tabloid, "The world can know what Lindsay has been doing and she can't lie about it to herself or anyone else."
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  • She went on maternity leave in 2005, but returned to the show on October 22, 2005, saying, "I had to get back to work.
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  • If the two do get back together, hopefully that whole combining celebrity couples names trend is over and the two will never be annoyingly referred to as "Vaugniston" ever again.
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  • Corey Haim's most recent attempt to get back in the spotlight was the full page Variety ad featuring a smiling Haim with the copy: "This is not a stunt.
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  • Spencer wants to be included in the bunch and apparently had been calling Brody for some time, begging to get back together.
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  • For 30-year-old Cowell, this meant moving back home with his parents until he could get back on his feet.
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  • She's got acting skills, but this isn't about Latifah, it's about Dakota, so let's get back on point here.
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  • Jenner attempted to get back in to find his girlfriend, then approached Francis and punched him in the face.
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  • Whether you are a new student looking for the right program for you or a non-traditional student looking to get back to school, there are numerous online distance learning colleges in Pennsylvania for you to take advantage of!
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  • Thanks for your question Natalie, and I hope things get back to normal soon.
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  • Some home cooked dog food suggestions may help a finicky eater get back on track.
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  • This is a wonderful treat to help your doggie get back on track after all the holiday snacking because remember, it's not just we humans that tend to gain a few pounds over the holidays.
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  • It is well worth it and the least invasive, least expensive route to go to help your four-legged buddy get back to normal.
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  • Lingerie items can get back ordered or be out of stock without much notice, so if you are in a hurry for an item, you may want to call that store's customer service to place the order.
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  • There were other taunts, Web searches on suicide, and, ultimately, threats to kill himself to get back at school bullies.
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  • Before playing a prank to get back at someone, it's important to consider safety issues.
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  • If you have given the matter due consideration and you still want to go ahead to get back at someone, check out these examples of safe revenge pranks.
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  • This revenge prank is a good one when you want to get back at a college bully.
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  • Before you decide to do something to get back at someone who you think has done you wrong, keep in mind that your action may start or add to a pattern of escalating pranks.
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  • Never prank someone to get back at them for their performance at the office or as a personal attack.
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  • Just be prepared to have the object of your prank try to get back at you in the same manner.
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  • If you are rude to the receptionist, it's likely to get back to the interviewing committee.
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  • If you're single, don't hesitate to get back into the dating scene.
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  • As a hobby, volunteering is very rewarding and you usually get back much more than you contribute.
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  • Many patients who learn the facts about insomnia and then seek out medical attention for their chronic insomnia are able to overcome the condition and get back to sleeping well at night.
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  • Keep in mind that the tickets may have restrictions for use (blackout dates, etc.) and you'll never get back the time you spend listening to the sales pitch.
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  • Eventually, Shadowmere will get back up and then you can take him to wherever you need him to be.
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  • If you win, you can get back your soul; if not, well, start talking to Brad Pitt.
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  • Then, when you're ready to get back into the action, you have to make sure that your commands are being followed.
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  • The child may want to get back to the game at all costs, ignoring homework, food, and sleep just to play the game.
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  • Everyone wanted to get back into the action and challenge their friends in a crazy online multiplayer deathmatch.
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  • The Magnavox Odyssey 2 was released in 1978, but it wasn't until 1980 when Atari ported Space Invaders to the Atari 2600 that the industry started to get back on its feet.
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  • Once you find a game that you like, you can save it in your favorites so that its even easier to get back to.
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  • Thousands of street gang members are out for blood and The Warriors must get back to their own turf.
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  • He continued consulting to Silver Oak but, to get back to the concept of impermanence, Justin Meyer passed away on August 2, 2002.
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  • No longer able to handle the heat, the group decided to hike out as soon as possible and get back to the car.
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  • Once you get back home, place a bucket under the water heater drain (see your manual for the location) and open the valve.
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  • They should not attempt to get back in the house.
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  • Even if a child is in some sense relieved to be out of a home that was dangerous, the child may still miss the parents or legal guardians, and may imagine that there is something he or she must do to get back to them.
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  • I wanted someone to come in and manage the entire process; allowing us to go home and get back to our own lives."
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  • Should you tire of your emo look, rest assured you can get back to a basic look with conservative color and less accessories.
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  • If you've run out of ideas for teaching science, the following information will help you get back on track!
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  • Looking through free descriptions of different jobs and their educational requirements could help you decide on a major or give you that extra push you need to get back into school.
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  • However, if the layoff happened for no fault of your own and is a result of company downsizing, for example, there are some laws in place to help you until you get back on your feet.
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  • Your unemployment office can be just what you need to get back on your feet after job loss.
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  • If you only plan to be in your home for a few years, you may not get back the cost of the point.
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  • If you plan on taking advantage of cash-out refinancing, spend the money you get back at closing wisely.
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  • You will also be able to get back into shape faster after your delivery if you stay in shape during pregnancy with prenatal Pilates.
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  • While she will take some time off to enjoy her new baby and get back into shape, we can expect more acting and directing from this versatile television star.
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  • Working with a nutritionist, she learned to eat five or six small meals a day to help shed the pounds and get back in shape.
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  • In a flash of marketing genius, Cindy Crawford turned her efforts to get back into shape after giving birth in 2000 into a bestselling workout video called Cindy Crawford: A New Dimension.
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  • As an ordinary new mother, it's going to be much harder for you to get back into shape with no professional assistance.
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  • Regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight are also important and can help you get back in shape faster after having your baby.
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  • If you feel your sex life will never get back to normal, remember that with a little effort and a lot of love, you and your partner can have an even deeper relationship as a couple and as parents.
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  • Of course, this blanket would have to be effortless to lay out and pack up - especially at the end of the day when you're tired and just want to get back to your air-conditioned car.
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  • It's thought that wearing a wrap around the belly, post pregnancy, can help you get back into shape quickly and naturally.
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  • It's pretty common knowledge that one should wait at least a half an hour after eating to get back in the water.
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  • According to Matthias, "A maternity swimsuit is great to wear while a new mom is working to get back into her pre-pregnancy figure".
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  • As with most new activities, you'll probably want to get deeply involved once you've mastered the basics and this sort of home practice will help you so that every time you get back in the water, you'll move that much better.
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  • When you're ready to get back to basics and complete an easy craft, there are plenty of puppet instructions found in books and on the Internet.
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  • One caveat is that once the year runs out, a person must purchase a new Liv doll to get back on to the site.
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  • In these situations, the body needs a sudden jolt of sugar to get back on the right keel, meaning the sugar poses no danger, hence no insulin response and no accompanying crash an hour later.
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  • Over-the-counter vitamins for hair regrowth work from the inside out to help you get back that thick head of hair you once enjoyed.
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  • Sure, you may be able to re-sell the dress on Craigslist, eBay, or in a consignment store, but you'll only get back a portion of what you spent.
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  • In addition, you can ask specific questions in the form and someone from Bunn will get back to you.
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  • In an era where electronics rule over our entertainment options, many families are trying to simplify their lives and get back to basics with classic board and card games.
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  • Goodwill focuses its proceeds on charities that help fund job training and career services to help disadvantaged families get back on their feet.
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  • This allows members from your own community get back on their feet and begin a new life after living through the struggle of drug or alcohol abuse.
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  • You will not only be giving things to those in need, but equipping others within your community to get back on their feet through viable employment and rehabilitation programs.
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  • If you want to get back into the true spirit of Christmas and create family memories, you may decide to carol your neighborhood this year.
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  • If you do decide to eventually get back out in the dating world, you'll find there are ways to make it work.
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  • Caring about your ex is not enough to get back with a woman who has a jealousy problem.
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  • Even her promise of wanting to change and willingness to work on her self should you get back together is not enough of a reason.
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  • Your ex says she is willing to get help with her jealousy should the two of you to get back together.
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  • If this had been the case, then she would have already done the work before she called you to get back together.
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  • Even after you've ended it, you may still need a hand to get back on your feet emotionally.
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  • Eventually though, whether because the wedding is over or because you've been dating a few months, things have to get back to normal.
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  • He has begun to complain about our conversations on the phone--he is constantly reminding me that he "needs to get back to work."
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  • This also explains why people break-up and get back together over and over again until someone decides the pain of the break-ups in not worth the short-term high of getting back together.
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  • All of those nights add up to lost time that you can never get back!
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  • Well...you're probably going to think "Why does she want to get back together with this kid?"..but anyways, he cheated on me.
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  • I really thought that this was going to be it, that we'd get back together and everything would be great.
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  • For most couples, one of the stresses mentioned above is enough to end a relationship; you face both challenges to overcome should you get back with your ex-girlfriend.
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  • On the other hand, if you are the kind of guy who experiences hurts and disappointments deeply, and who is romantic about love, then I would say that it's not a good idea to get back with your girlfriend.
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  • Maybe you would like for the two of you to get back together?
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  • When I asked him point blank if he would get back together with her if she was willing he said yes.
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  • Should I feel threatened that their relationship is probably just going through problems and that they might get back together.
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  • Letting go-It's natural to think that there may be hope for the future, and that you and your significant other could get back together.
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  • When you're done, get back on the bus and continue exploring.
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  • I still have strong feelings for her (the ex), but I know I could not get back together with her in our current situation.
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  • She told me that she knows we will get back together but she just wants to be friends for right now.
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  • I broke it off with the fling but I think he is trying to get back at me by telling my new guy things.
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  • And if she starts seeing that guy I know its going to be much harder to convince her to get back with me.
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  • The misery propels us to get back on course and follow our true nature.
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  • You may even start to tell yourself that you may want to get back together with the person, even though that is not in your or your ex's best interest.
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  • She will think that there is a chance the two of you will get back together because you connected with her even after you said you didn't want to be with her.
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  • In the series, Cox plays a 40 year old, newly single mom who is trying to get back into the dating scene populated by much younger men.
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  • This may be trying to convince your ex to get back together with you, not through reconciling your differences but by compromising your own principles.
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  • After that, get back to life as usual, and don't forget to be your fabulous self.
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  • Taking some time to meditate, to look at some art (erotic or otherwise), to stretch and get back in touch with your body - these all help clear the clutter of the day's events.
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  • Unfortunately, it's not clear if anyone will get back to you, but at least you'll get the satisfaction of seeing your thoughts in print.
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  • A person with Saturn trine Pluto can get hit a thousand times and still get back up.
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  • While technology is good, it's just as important to get back to the basics of fun, and let children really use their brains and their creativity to construct a different kind of fun.
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  • After being burned enough times by crap like Episode One, who wouldn't want to get back at George Lucas now and again?
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  • But let's get back to this notion that moviemakers aren't aware they are making classics and are mostly hoping to just make a good movie.
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  • They quickly warned their supervisors that the ship was cursed, for the devil had put his stamp on the numbers, but they were laughed at and told to get back to work.
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  • Jack laments his failure with Adrian and attempts to get back with Grace who struggles with forgiving him.
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  • An irate Ephram hastily forfeits his Julliard audition in an attempt to get back at his father.
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  • At first, Sam believed that Maryann came to Bon Temps to get back the money he stole from her, but she had a much darker agenda and soon, one by one, the townsfolk fell under her sway.
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  • However, the effect is short-lived because Tara is desperate to get back to Eggs who is still under Maryann's sway.
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  • Meghan gives Felicity a book on wicca when Felicity expresses a desperation to get back to Noel, and Felicity searches through the book herself to find the correct spell after Meghan refuses to help.
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  • The women work to get back to normal even as their husbands are deployed.
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  • Roland - The bombing causes him and Joan to get back together.
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  • In other relationship woes, Meredith and Derek continued their push-me-pull-me relationship, but they managed to get back together despite Nurse Rose's objections.
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  • Derek's estranged wife, Addison (Kate Walsh) blows into town, and they get back together.
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  • Meredith and Derek get back together after saving two brain tumor patients.
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  • Get his contact information and add it to the Databank watch and then transfer to your Rolodex when you get back to the office.
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  • The challenge is not to get back into bed afterwards!
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  • You can always change when you get back to the office or the shop.
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  • If you want to comment on a news item that has something to do with your business (we'll get back to that in a minute), contacting the news side would make more sense.
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  • Don't wait until you get back from your trip to try to remember the expenses you don't have receipts for, such as tolls and tips.
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  • Doing this can help an employee out of work get back to work quickly.
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  • Repeating certain chants during a football game can help keep the crowd excited and also will help get back to the heart of cheerleading- spectator participation.
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  • Perhaps you have been beading jewelry for a while but want to get back to basics.
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  • The good news is it can be easy, and certainly fun, to get back in the creative spirit by going on a play date with your muse.
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  • Many have the ability to pre-set an upper and lower limit with audible warnings both for overexerting yourself and when you need a kick in the rear to get back in the zone.
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  • You have to fight the urge to get back on the couch rather than exercise.
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  • If you do have past violations, you may be able to take a safe driving course to get back in the insurance company's good graces.
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  • Return of Premium- Usually set at a higher initial rate, a return of premium policy allows the policyholder to get back his/her money at the term expiration if he/she did not make a withdrawal on the policy.
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  • It is referred to as a "girdle corset" and is meant to help the body maintain good posture as well as get back to its pre-pregnancy size in a timely fashion.
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  • One assistant was even left to fend for herself in Morocco with no funds or a passport to get back when Naomi deserted her after a photo shoot.
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  • Older women may have some sensitivity about their midsections and thighs, especially if they've had more than one child - not everyone can get back in shape like Annette Bening.
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  • Downloads get back to normal with a bang, with this track from the least well known incarnation of Stephin Merritt, The Gothic Archies.
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  • The good news is that you can use the Vista Limewire exception to make these two systems work in perfect harmony - so you can get back to the downloading.
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  • Following the death of Nirvana lead singer Kurt Cobain, Grohl opted to keep to himself for a few months, until Jones urged him to get back into the studio.
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  • They signed with Nettwerk Music Group for management - they still manage the band today - and Nettwerk helped the band get back on track.
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  • On Celebrity Rehab, most of the patients hesitated to move into a sober living facility because they were eager to get back to their friends and families.
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  • Viewers get a glimpse into the lifestyle Hammer has endured since his career declined as well as the struggle he faces to get back to where he was.
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  • While you can certainly send them both messages (tweets), they are likely inundated with questions from fans and may not get back to you.
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  • He may not have found love, but he did find a way to get back into the spotlight.
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  • Cast members and viewers alike expressed concerns that Slade was just using Gretchen to get back in front of TV cameras, but the couple claimed that they had actually been friends for several years before they became involved.
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  • But people really want to take risks, simplify their lives, and get back into reality.
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  • I hope to get back to stand-up comedy as well, but my current schedule is too packed for that.
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  • He runs directly to an unknown universe next to ours, where he meets Lyra, who left her own universe with no way to get back in the end of The Golden Compass.
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  • In most cases, these will be people who you were good friends with and would love to get back in touch with, in which case you can accept the friend request.
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  • Web-Proxies.org is another list of proxies that can help you to unblock Bebo and get back to social networking.
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  • This restaurant is in a great location if you are in a hurry to get back to those trails.
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  • Destiny cried harder, clinging to her hands and trying to get back into her arms.
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  • It was a good thing Cade was with her, because she had no idea how to get back to the house.
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  • Betsy wants to leave by seven tomorrow morning so we won't get back too late.
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  • Let me get back to you on that, Howie.
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  • He had to get back soon.
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