Get out sentence examples

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  • Mommy... Me wedy get out.

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  • If you put me in jail again, when I get out there won't be a safe place for you.

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  • She needed to get out more if she found their disgruntled exchange entertaining.

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  • It would be an excellent opportunity to get out of this house with its unpleasant memories.

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  • I keep telling him that as long as he gives her money, she'll never get out of trouble, but he just says she's the only sister he has and he has the money.

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  • Maybe they found cocaine on her and she needed twenty-five thousand to get out of jail.

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  • Suit yourself, but personally, I think it would be good for you to get out a little.

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  • We both agree that you need to get out of this place for a while.

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  • I only meant it would be good to get out of the house, no matter what we went to see.

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  • Why the sudden desire to get out of the house?

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  • I didn't realize how much I needed to get out.

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  • The window was barely large enough for her to pass through, but she might be able to get out that way.

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  • What if she starts running when we get out in the field?

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  • It darted back toward her, and she scrambled to get out of its path, tossing sand at it.

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  • Now get out of here and let me get some sleep.

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  • Then we get out of here.

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  • Come on, let's get out of here.

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  • Now shut up and let's get out of here.

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  • So you want to get out of here before I get the chance?

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  • But it would be nice to know you had a way to get out and do things without fear of taking the only vehicle.

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  • It was time to pack up and get out - as soon as the visit from his sister was over.

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  • No, if you must know, he was trying to encourage me to get out and date.

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  • She had to get out some so he could have a life.

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  • She squirmed to get out from under him, but the movement was misinterpreted.

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  • You want me to get out of your hair?

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  • You've gained some valuable experience about how things can get out of control so quickly.

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  • Anyway, I was doing my best not to let things get out of control.

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  • "You're not getting away with that excuse every time you want to get out of something," Martha said.

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  • Perhaps, Daniel Brennan could get out of the kitchen but the five of us would be left sitting on the stove.

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  • I want to get out of New York, or any city.

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  • They'll keep the pressure on the authorities when any of these cases get out of the public eye.

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  • Yeah, but remember a lot of guys go in the joint and a lot of guys get out.

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  • I tell Julie the nightmares must be from my past; ghosts trying to get out.

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  • Then I saw a figure get out of the car and creep around toward the back of the house.

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  • I started to open the window to get out of there but I guess he heard me because he kicked down the door and grabbed me and cut me.

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  • I kept after her to tell me and that pissed off Ronnie to all hell and he demanded Julie and me to get out.

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  • How could he get out?

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  • Sort of like a get out of jail free card.

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  • Might do you good to get out of sight, he said, nodding towards the windows.

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  • You've got twenty-seven minutes to get out of here before Jimmy levels this place.

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  • You mind if I get out of the rain before we do this?

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  • Say your piece and get out of here, Jule replied.

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  • How'd you get out?

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  • "You need to get out of here, sweetheart!" he yelled and rolled to face the guardsman.

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  • "Is this a test, Father?" she asked, anxious to get out of the cold rain.

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  • Then she'll get out and try it again—same thing—same result.

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  • How did you get out?

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  • At first I couldn't find 'em but when I did, I yelled at Caleb until he calmed down enough so we could get out.

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  • Before they could get out of sight, Joseph Dawkins' rental Jeep pulled up below them, cutting new destruction through the flowers.

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  • He was trying to get out.

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  • If he thinks she has him trapped, he'll be a rat in a cheese house with a craw full of cheddar, snarling and biting to get out.

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  • Now that you've seen all this, get out and go home to sweet little what's-her name.

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  • Now get out of here and keep your mouth shut.

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  • He split us up, in the dark, until we were so scared we'd do anything to get out of there.

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  • He told us we'd never get out if we didn't—do things.

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  • "Let's all get out of here," he said.

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  • "How did you get out of Hell?" she asked coolly.

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  • Carmen, get out of there!

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  • More importantly, how did they get out?

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  • How did the horses get out?

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  • I was running toward the house, yelling for you to get out of there.

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  • It's too bad the game department was unable to get out here to get the mother when she was alive.

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  • She had to get out of there and go somewhere safe, her apartment, hours away from where the murderer was.

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  • She wasn't about to get her throat torn out before she found some way to get out of here.

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  • She needed to get out of here, to warn him before the deity did something horrible to Gabriel.

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  • I need to get out of here.

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  • We gotta get out of here, Kris said.

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  • She had to get out of there.

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  • She had to get out of there before Jade found a way to alert Sasha.

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  • Then get out of my house.

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  • Time to get out of these ski clothes and do some work.

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  • Dean started to get out of the car but Weller waved him on and Ryland pulled away from Bird Song.

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  • You were not invited and I'm telling you to get out.

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  • Jackson brushed him aside as if he were a house cat trying to get out.

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  • You said I will get out of here; what if I don't accept this?

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  • He figured it would be quite some time before he could get out to hunt.

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  • "Let's get out of here," he said, taking her arm again.

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  • Jesus, I was thrilled to finally get out of the house, now I wish we could just go back.

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  • I wish you'd get out of this black mood you've been in lately.

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  • I'm going to get out of these wet clothes.

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  • Maybe she needed to get out more.

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  • You'd better go in and get out of those wet clothes.

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  • I've got to get out of here.

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  • Well, I'd better get out of here before they kick me out.

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  • But before she could get out of the way, Josh bounced a blow off her shoulder.

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  • Saying no would be telling him to get out and never come back.

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  • Hopefully they wouldn't find the spot and get out again before she could fix it... and then she saw it - a wallowed out place under the fence.

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  • "I don't know, but we need to get out of here," Gabriel answered.

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  • "How will you get out of Hell?" she asked.

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  • If you need Rhyn to get in, do you need him to get out?

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  • He moved around to the far side of the car, as if to get out of earshot of the house.

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  • No—you just want to get out of there.

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  • If you'll just tell us what Cleary looks like we'll get out of your hair.

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  • Please get out of my way.

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  • Winston would have my job if I blew his mob case on unfounded specula­tion and if I went public in any way, the news is sure to get out.

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  • Naw. Just drop you off to give me enough time to get out of here.

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  • Opening the door, she slid out of the truck, thankful that he didn't get out of the truck or try to assist.

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  • You need to get out more.

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  • Unable to contain her curiosity any longer, she pounced on Carmen before she could get out of the kitchen.

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  • She needed to get out more.

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  • Let's get out of here.

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  • You saw something in the forest; Brutus was growling and you had to be told to get out of there?

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  • The sun came out and melted the snow enough that she felt it was safe to get out.

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  • Sometimes I think you can hardly wait for me to get out of your hair.

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  • Sometime she would have to get out the old cane pole and fish like she used to.

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  • As far as I'm concerned you can take your filthy minded accusations and get out of here.

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  • More important, how could they get out?

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  • Next time you just get out of his way.

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  • Now, get out of my room.

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  • Yet, she wasn't sure she wanted to get out of anything.

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  • Sofi, any idea how to get out of here?

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  • We need to get out of here.

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  • You get out of here and off my land and don't ever come back!

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  • When I tried to get out of the barn he pushed me to the floor and …. felt my stomach and breast … under my T-shirt.

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  • I threatened him with a pitch fork and told him to get out and not come back.

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  • I could fix a place for it to get out of the cold and rain without coming inside.

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  • All I get out of a day at the beach any more is more freckles.

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  • She shot back at him before he could get out the door.

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  • Justin says I should get out more, but I came here to take a break from the miseries of social life.

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  • I shouldn't have left without talking to you, but I'm a number one chicken and I wanted to get out ahead of that storm.

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  • Finding it and turning it over was a small price to pay to get out of the bind she was in.

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  • Jessi crossed to the kitchen to start dinner for her cousins, mind on how she was going to get out of this mess, if she wasn't able to get the necklace.

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  • She had to get out of this situation.

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  • Whatever Jessi was trying to get out of, she was in for a surprise.

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  • She then focused on how to get out of the cellar.

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  • If by any chance wrong signals are printed or the instruments get out of phase, the sender is stopped by the receiver sending a few signals, after which both type-wheels are again set to zero and correspondence continued.

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  • When the results proved unsatisfactory, remedies were sought in increased administrative supervision, draconian legislation and severe punishment, and no attempt was made to get out of the vicious circle.

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  • For the Greeks "love of wisdom" involved inquiry into the basis and origin of things; the Hebrew "wisdom" was the capacity so to order life as to get out of it the greatest possible good.

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  • Thousands of Transylvanian gentlemen emigrated to Turkey to get out of his reach.

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  • The objections raised were (i) the costliness of the instruments employed and their liability to get out of order; (2) the need for specially instructed measurers, men of superior education; (3) the errors that frequently crept in when carrying out the processes and were all but irremediable.

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  • He tried to get out of his engagement with Miss Martin, but was prevented by her family.

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  • Bourke managed to get out and reach the monitor "Prince Eugene" in safety.

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  • Prussia had begun to mobilize in November; and Austria also soon realized that action must speedily be taken if the lesser German governments were not to be allowed to get out of hand.

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  • Sudanese are very excitable and apt to get out of hand; unlike the fellahs they are not fond of drill, and are slow to acquire it; but their dash, pugnacious instincts and desire to close with an enemy, are valuable military qualities.

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  • It would seem that the constant changes in the govern~nent caused the army to get out of control at an early period of the Ottoman occupation, and at the beginning of the 11th Islamic century mutinies became common; in 1013 Troubles (1604) the governor Ibrahim Pasha was murdered by a~,~rmy.thi0 the soldiers, and his head set on the Bab Zuwflla.

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  • The warders at an asylum have been hypnotized to sleep by the bedside of dangerous patients, and "suggested" to awake the instant the patients attempt to get out of bed, sounds which had no import for them being inhibited by suggestion.

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  • Friese, the relations between the host and the inquiline are quite friendly, and the insects if they meet in the nestgalleries courteously get out of each other's way.

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  • The chief characteristics of the Albion are its lightness of build and its ease in running; the pull is short, the power great, and the means whereby it is attained so simple that the press does not readily get out of order.

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  • Henry very wisely proceeded to get out of the war on the best terms possible, and, to the disgust of Maximilian, sold peace to the French king for 600,000 crowns, as well as an additional sum representing arrears of the pension which Louis XI.

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  • They were also well aware that if I fell off the horse, it might get out of control and hurt my wife or children.

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  • Caution said this was a dangerous place to be and she should get out.

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  • It wasn't a thing of love for either of them, and when your mother found out, she told him to get out of her life or she'd shoot them both.

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  • You'll know soon enough when you get out there.

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  • Then she'll get out and try it again—same thing—same result.

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  • He told us we'd never get out if we didn't—do things.

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  • "Hmmm.  Anyway, I took over the this huge corporation at a young age.  I kept too busy to get out much.  Not that I had much of a role.  I just did the crappy job while watching everyone else make mistakes.  When you inherit a job like that, you don't have as much say in the way things go as you'd like," Deidre said with some distaste.  "You see, I'm a dull person."

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  • Let's get out of this here ken­nel and let the hound dogs scrap for themselves.

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  • No—you just want to get out of there.

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  • When I tried to get out of the barn he pushed me to the floor and …. felt my stomach and breast … under my T-shirt.

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  • adapted to accommodate wheelchair users are vital to disabled people to get out and about and enjoy active lives.

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  • alerted the occupants to the fire which gave them valuable time to get out of the house safely.

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  • A rather awkward movement is made to get out of the chimney on to the pinnacle.

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  • On warm summer days, the kids would get out the shampoo and hosepipe and he'd soon be a very bedraggled doggie indeed.

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  • bent back tulips can solve that age-old problem of how to get out of bed.

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  • burly guys refused to get out of their trucks.

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  • Maybe if enough good people write moderate letters to Google protesting, their plumbers will get out a wrench and fix this leaking cesspit.

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  • clamoring to get out that speaks volumes right there.

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  • Stayed to make sure your Rob couldn't get out of the portable crib.

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  • However, if you apply a 3-sigma cutoff, you will have less and less spots as you get out to high resolution.

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  • delirious with fever get out of bed to say his prayers five times a day.

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  • City's fans were now delirious, Forest's trying to get out and go home, they'd seen enough.

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  • detract in any way from the viewing pleasure you get out of these episodes.

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  • I was paid twenty-five dollars a week for helping Max Eastman get out the magazine.

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  • dratted thing begin to buzz again, and knew I had to get out of there.

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  • If you think you are going to hit the drogue then get your wings out and try to get out of its way.

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  • No backstage member is to use illegal drugs during an event, either during rigging, during the performance or during the get out.

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  • Inside the room is " Secret Key 2. " Get out of the room and ride the elevator up to the top.

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  • I immediately told her to get out of the bath and then put a cold, wet flannel on all the red patches.

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  • gaolndrill recently had helped a friend to get out of the debtors ' jail.

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  • get-out ' clause for the insurance provider where burst pipes are concerned.

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  • Mr Hammam may have a get-out tho because his offer was extended to last year.

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  • There is magic, but a restrained, intimate kind that does not intrude or provide a false get-out for any of the protagonists.

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  • I can't even use the old get-out of " typographical error " .

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  • You should store away the packing ready for an efficient get-out.

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  • By now it was obvious to all that we had missed the middle get-out, if it ever existed!

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  • get-out clauses.

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  • get-out time and you must always factor this into your application.

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  • get-out rates in October 1999.

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  • truly groundbreaking work, which I regard David Britton's to be, cannot get out.

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  • Try to get out of your warren without getting mangled in the farmer's combine harvester " .

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  • In Florida they sound a hooter to warn bathers to get out of the water if lightning is about to strike.

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  • Poverty is a vicious circle, which is virtually impossible to get out of.

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  • Do they have what it takes, to get out of this extremely insanitary mess, and defeat the planned invasion?

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  • The Devil could not get out and was very irate!

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  • I remember working in some groups where it did n't jell and it became a real struggle to get out something acceptable.

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  • The poor laddie will scream the whole flight as the air expands on ascent but can't get out.

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  • There was also a pair of electric locos running light just in front of us to get out of the way too.

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  • In classical mechanics, a ball at rest in a bowl will never be able to get out.

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  • meconium in the liquor, so the midwives had to persuade me to get out of the pool.

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  • big mike: You have to get out of here.

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  • The couple survived the first mudslide but could not get out of their car, which was crushed by the second slide.

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  • Better get out before my mind becomes a mush of cheesy innuendo.

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  • Some are empty nesters who want to get out of the house.

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  • I told Amanda to get out the cat nip.

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  • A smoke alarm alerted the occupants to the fire which gave them valuable time to get out of the house safely.

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  • oi bands like Razorblade, Offside and Get Out are going strong!

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  • Expect their own golden oldies, House of the Rising Sun, We Gotta Get Out of this Place, plus new material.

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  • Once you are in one of our outdoor activity center paintball suffolk Karts you won't want to get out!

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  • Thus participants will have opportunities to get out and about on relaxing walks through winding streets and beautiful piazzas.

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  • None of those do, however, detract in any way from the viewing pleasure you get out of these episodes.

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  • prowled aimlessly about to receive the lord has made me to get out!

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  • You don't settle for being an armchair quarterback, you get out there and get in the game.

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  • Contact us for more info Go back to the events page Get out your glad rags.

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  • readjust control of a game should it get out of hand.

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  • Things started to get out of hand so we removed the main ringleader - Simon.

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  • The stunning surrounding scenery also affords plenty of incentives to get out in the fresh air.

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  • scurrying to get out of its meandering path.

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  • You can't keep a secret, things get out.

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  • Falls not only cause physical injury but also affect older people's self-confidence and their ability to get out and about.

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  • shaketold them to get out Nyap and Benjamin were shaking with fright.

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  • And by the way, he hasn't got gray hair, it's just Cuban cigar smoke that cant get out.

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  • English seaside resorts have a strange icy solemnity that you can never quite get out of your system.

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  • Now, I don't get out of my seat until the train is practically stationary.

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  • surmise that these people don't get out very often.

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  • But firms can't hide behind a spider's web of hidden surprises and get-out clauses.

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  • tackle bag and get out and explore the miles of shoreline.

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  • He tries every trick in the book to get out of flying, but is repeatedly thwarted.

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  • regular trimming will make sure it doesn't get out of hand.

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  • Such a loss of social spirit makes any enterprising person choose either to get out or to become a troublemaker.

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  • turgid stuff from both sides as Swindon struggled to get out of first gear.

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  • typifyother get-out this gives is typified by the local example.

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  • First I had to get out of San Francisco, which is almost unique in America in not numbering all their streets.

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  • viewing pleasure you get out of these episodes.

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  • They provide an excellent way to get out on the water, to learn a new watersport or improve existing skills.

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  • A few fat raindrops hit the windshield and Polly knew she should get out.

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  • It has been claimed that the resemblance between some of the Oriental tree-shrews of the genus Tupaia and squirrels comes under the category of aggressive mimicry, the tupaias being enabled by their likeness to approach and pounce upon small birds or other animals which, mistaking them for the vegetable-feeding squirrels, make no effort to get out of the way.

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  • To get out of the dilemma of party-government, resort was thereupon had to the appointment as chief magistrate of a podestd from among the nobles or knights of a different part of the country not mixed up with the local feuds.

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  • The second part enters upon the history of the crusade itself, and tells how Joinville pledged all his land save so much as would bring in a thousand livres a year, and started with a brave retinue of nine knights (two of whom besides himself wore bannerets), and shared a ship with the sire d'Aspremont, leaving Joinville without raising his eyes,"pour ce que le cuer ne me attendrisist du biau chastel que je lessoie et de mes deux enfans"; how they could not get out of sight of a high mountainous island (Lampedusa or Pantellaria) till they had made a procession round the masts in honour of the Virgin; how they reached first Cyprus and then Egypt; how they took Damietta, and then entangled themselves in the Delta.

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  • It's the only way to get out of the Valley of Voe.

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  • The light was dim, and soon they mounted into total darkness, so that the Wizard was obliged to get out his lanterns to light the way.

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  • There's going to be trouble, and my sword isn't stout enough to cut up those wooden bodies--so I shall have to get out my revolvers.

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  • "It occurs to me," said the Wizard, "that we ought to get out of this place before the mother dragon comes back."

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  • For my part, if we manage to get out of here I'll be glad it isn't the way the dragon goes.

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  • This act he repeated until all of the nine tiny piglets were visible, and they were so glad to get out of his pocket that they ran around in a very lively manner.

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  • I never was so glad to get out of a place as I was to leave that church!

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  • If we do not get out sleepers, and forge rails, and devote days and nights to the work, but go to tinkering upon our lives to improve them, who will build railroads?

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  • They seemed glad to get out themselves, and as if unwilling to be brought in.

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  • To speak literally, a hundred Irishmen, with Yankee overseers, came from Cambridge every day to get out the ice.

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  • They told me that in a good day they could get out a thousand tons, which was the yield of about one acre.

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  • "Oh, little countess!"... and the count began bustling to get out his pocketbook.

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  • Now, then, you there! get out of the way!

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  • "Well, how are you going to get out of that?" he remarked.

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  • The troops were running in such a dense mass that once surrounded by them it was difficult to get out again.

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  • I should be thankful to do nothing, but here on the one hand the local nobility have done me the honor to choose me to be their marshal; it was all I could do to get out of it.

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  • French spy, slave of Buonaparte, spy, get out of my house!

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  • "Secondly," he continued after a short pause, again rising and again pacing the room, "tomorrow you must get out of Moscow."

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  • You do n't settle for being an armchair quarterback, you get out there and get in the game.

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  • Advantage is a useful method that allows the Referee to adjust and readjust control of a game should it get out of hand.

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  • Try to get out of the habit of adding salt during cooking or to your meals or eating too many salty snacks.

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  • Those not involved in the lifting are either watching, cheering, or scurrying to get out of its meandering path.

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  • You ca n't keep a secret, things get out.

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  • Falls not only cause physical injury but also affect older people 's self-confidence and their ability to get out and about.

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  • He told them to get out Nyap and Benjamin were shaking with fright.

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  • And by the way, he has n't got gray hair, it 's just Cuban cigar smoke that cant get out.

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  • Now, I do n't get out of my seat until the train is practically stationary.

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  • I can only surmise that these people do n't get out very often.

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  • But firms ca n't hide behind a spider 's web of hidden surprises and get-out clauses.

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  • Why would they not simply get out of the car and run around it to swop places?

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  • Rather than load yourself down, make room for a camera in your tackle bag and get out and explore the miles of shoreline.

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  • Regular trimming will make sure it does n't get out of hand.

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  • The first half was pretty turgid stuff from both sides as Swindon struggled to get out of first gear.

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  • The other get-out this gives is typified by the local example.

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  • Time to get out my long underwear and my warm wooly socks.

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  • Why would I want to get out of bed when I could just cuddle up under the sheets and sleep?

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  • If she continues to get out of her crib, lead her gently but firmly back to her bed and tell her she must stay there till the morning.

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  • You will need to take your temperature every morning before you get out of bed and mark that temperature on a chart.

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  • Instead, get out in the community and get involved with others.

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  • You don't have to spend money and get out of the house in order for your toddler to have a fun day, although visiting indoor playgrounds or play centers once in a while is a fun thing to do, too.

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  • If you or your toddler is desperate to get out of the house even though it is raining, there are plenty of different activities you can do together, ranging from free to moderately expensive.

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  • This is an exciting time for youngsters, so be prepared to walk your child back to bed now that he can get out of bed on his own.

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  • Engines packed with horses eager to get out of the gate make zero-to-60 in mere seconds and power these vehicles in the nearest experience to flying on the ground known to man.

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  • The best you can get out of them is finding out if there is a sale on the car you are looking for.

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  • The new cop heroes were not as physically strong, but used their intellect to solve crime and get out of difficult situations.

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  • If you care for it properly, you are more likely to sell it for a high price when you feel the need to upgrade or get out of the sailing hobby.

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  • Or maybe you get out to the course a couple of times a month.

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  • You can purchase separate accessories in order to maximize the use you would like to get out of your iPad.

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  • Some also feature the ability to have adjustable snooze times, giving you more or less time to get out of bed before the alarm is triggered again.

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  • This forces you to get out of bed and onto your feet, since you have to find the Clocky to shut off the sound.

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  • While you won't have to get out of bed to fetch something like the previous two examples, the Gun Shooting Alarm Clock is another great way to help you wake up each morning.

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  • Novelty Feature: Some specialty alarm clocks may have added features that force you to get out of bed for one reason or another.

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  • This smell can be difficult to get out of the house and, especially in damp weather, seems to permeate everything.

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  • By the end of the week, the kittens will easily get out of the nesting area and explore their surroundings.

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  • Although debt consolidation can greatly reduce the amount of debt a consumer owes and help them get out from under that debt, it has potential drawbacks.

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  • In many cases, this type of settlement process allows the debtor to get out of debt sooner than if he or she were to pay the minimum balance on the debt over time.

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  • Settling the debt can help you to get out of debt faster.

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  • If you are either going to save to get out debt or save for a vacation, it's so important to keep your eyes on the prize.

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  • For consumers who are looking to get out of debt, an important thing to consider is your debt settlement and taxes.

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  • When it comes to create a personal budget to get out of debt, you need to prioritize your finances in order to increase your chance of being able to live within the budget you set.

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  • But, remember, your efforts in creating a budget may allow you to get out of debt, purchase a home, or send your children to college.

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  • Read on to learn what a settlement entails and to find out how you can get out of debt today.

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  • Do I feel helpless about it or as though I'll never be able to get out of debt?

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  • Sure, it sounds good to hear that a company really cares about you and wants to help you get out of debt.

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  • This will help you get out of debt faster.

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  • It's important for parents to revoke spending privileges if teens pay late or not at all since this is not acceptable behavior when they get out in the real world.

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  • It insures that even after they get out they will still have to give restitution for what they did in the past.

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  • The program is a process in which the debt consolidation company works with creditors and the borrower to structure a more affordable payment plan to help the borrower to get out of debt.

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  • The goal here is to get out of debt quickly.

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  • It's meant to help people get out of debt sooner.

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  • Individuals who are able to make payments on their bills, but are unable to get out of debt, will benefit the most from this type of counseling.

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  • In the end, these services may be the best route to get out of debt quickly.

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  • However, the reality is that a cash advance is not a good way to get out of debt, and is in fact a bad financial decision to make in the majority of situations.

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  • When you are trying to get out of debt, you usually want to either leave the debt where it is and concentrate on paying it off with your income, or you want to transfer or consolidate the debt to a lower interest rate.

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  • It's important to take the necessary steps to get out of debt before you find yourself struggling to pay your bills.

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  • If the other parent attacks you with words or uses your child against you, do not attack him back or the situation might get out of hand very quickly.

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  • Placemats are a fun addition to any table; get out craft materials and have each person create their own placemat or one for someone else at the kitchen table.

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  • While low chairs are comfy and relaxing, they can be a bit difficult to get out of.

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  • Fine wood or glass splinters can be quite painful and hard to get out.

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  • You don't want obstructions on the floor that can be tripped over in a small space, shelves that you can bang your head on as you get out of the shower and so on.

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  • If you can't get out to a store that sells Ralph Lauren paint, you can order a fan deck online.

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  • I had worked too hard in school and too hard as a waitress that I wanted to get out there immediately and start working at my newfound craft.

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  • Now that you know the ins and outs of online dating for men, get out there.

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  • So get out your most comfortable chair and prepare to be schooled!

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  • Parents may need to set ground rules for kids playing with their virtual pets, and adults should take care not to let their spending get out of control.

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  • Once you commit the tips to memory, get out and put them to the test.

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  • My favorite way to start a Sunday is to get out early and go to brunch where I can linger over a Mimosa or two.

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  • A great way to enjoy a summer's evening is to set up the beach chairs and get out your Mojito recipe.

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  • If you're looking for a royally easy pesto sauce recipe and a meal fit for a queen, get out your food processor and grind up a west coast winner.

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  • Being stressed in some way means that your body immediately prepares to either stand and fight or get out of the situation as quickly as possible.

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  • This is the only way you can guarantee that you'll get out of debt sooner rather than later.

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  • The human mind likes the release from reality and computer games can help get out frustration.

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  • Exercise and healthy competition is also a great way to get out anger and frustration, which can raise stress levels if not handled properly.

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  • They often face each day feeling overwhelmed before they even get out of bed.

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  • If it's a little cold when you get out of bed in the morning, slip them on and you're good to go.

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  • Every day, teens come up with new ways to get out of doing schoolwork or taking a test.

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  • WELL, let me just get out my crystal ball and gaze into the soul of the aforementioned Shotty and unscramble the deepest inner workings of his twisted mind...

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  • I have a friend that lives in North Carolina and he wants me to come and live with him when I get out of foster care.

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  • When you get out of foster care, there are support services to help you transition, and if you haven't seen your mom in 5 years, it might be time to get reacquainted with her.

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  • You can get out of the house and either work part -time (showing maturity and willingness to financially contribute to your education, a very adult thing to do) or volunteer for a charity part-time.

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  • What else could you get out of your job?

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  • Its good that you can actually be honest with them and get out of a bad relationship before things go too far.

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  • If you do, and the person brings up topics that are inappropriate, get out of the chat room and report it to the moderator of the site.

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  • Think about the benefit: what would you get out of the decision?

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  • While your friend is sleeping deeply, get out a non-permanent marker and write the word "Gotcha", or something to that effect, backwards on his or her forehead.

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  • If you want to become a teenage actress, you're probably already excited at the chance to get out there.

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  • What reward do you get out of bullying others?

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  • It is easy for details to get out of hand when planning a party.

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  • All weddings can be expensive and the cost of beach weddings, in particular, can soon get out of hand.

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  • Four weeks prior to my admission to the detox center my parents tried to do an intervention on me and I told them to F---off and get out of my house.

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  • Loss of energy: Even if you did want to do something, you just can't seem to get out of bed most days.

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  • You may not be able to get out of bed, take care of yourself or keep up with your job duties.

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  • Whether you want to follow one of the established designs or forge your own trail, get out your supplies and have fun with the planning process as Independence Day draws near.

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  • This is the message I'm trying to get out there.

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  • "I won't get out of bed for less than $10,000 a day."

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  • Diddy isn't the only celebrity to encourage the younger generations to get out and vote for the next person that will run this country.

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  • Gordon Ramsay's potty mouth has the Australian parliament telling him to get out of the kitchen.

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  • Maybe Whitney will get out of the whole reality television limelight sooner rather than later.

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  • Not that everybody doesn't applaud the mother of two for working really hard to get her life and career back on track, but doesn't she ever get out and meet someone new?

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  • After the show's nine year run, like other child stars, Coleman found it difficult to get out of the acting pigeon hole Diff'rent Strokes put him in.

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  • The Carter's online shop has frequent sales (and not only of discontinued items, but also the brand new items are put on sale to ensure that the newest styles and motifs get out as quickly as possible.

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  • There are ways you can get out of paying it, but you'll have to put in your time and commitment.

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  • Once your dog is settled into your home, you hope that it will never find a way to get out on its own.

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  • Keep your pet safe by intervening before things get out of hand.

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  • And while we're on the topic of restraints, also remember to bring along a collar with ID tag and leash for your dog, just in case you need to get out of the car.

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  • If his bladder is becoming weaker, he may feel stressed about not being able to get out of his crate when he wants to.

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  • Lighted Dog Collars: Many of us cannot get out to walk the dog until well after sundown.

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  • Your dog can still get out and take a walk on his own.

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