Keep-going sentence examples

  • Marathon runners need a lot of stamina to keep going for 26 miles.

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  • The climb didn't quit—it keep going and going and going.

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  • One song that I keep going back to is the cool acoustic ' Fabric ' that has an almost folky country feel to it.

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  • A lot of borrowers believed that real estate prices would just keep going up and that the quick equity they would get in their homes as a result of rising prices would make the homes affordable, or allow them to sell and make a quick buck.

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  • Paper card prices and postage rates keep going up, and that simple card is getting more expensive every year.

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  • As long as the level does not end by just clicking on the items, you can keep going back in by restarting the mission and picking up the items over and over again until you get enough experience points.

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  • Invest it well and it might get her a couple of years, the way prices keep going up.

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  • She passed the halfway point and forced herself to keep going.

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  • And keep going once you get started.

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  • Why did her mind keep going back to that?

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  • The gaggle of women grew, and she glanced at her phone, surprised at the stamina the three had to keep going for hours.

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  • The climb didn't quit—it keep going and going and going.

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  • We did a 180 degree turn and Paul shouted to keep going as the single kayaks turn much faster than us in a double.

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  • At such times Dorothy, Zeb and the Wizard all pushed behind, and lifted the wheels over the roughest places; so they managed, by dint of hard work, to keep going.

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  • The method was, I 'd keep going till I got to the end of a single-spaced page, which was pretty far.

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  • When things get tough-and they will get tough-you can draw from your deeply-held belief in what you're doing and keep going.

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  • However, there are a few ways you can stay inspired to keep going.

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  • Recovery takes time, so it's important to recognize that it might take a lot work and incentive to keep going.

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  • The cut is loose where it matters to allow for the full range of movement you need to keep going and win the game (or beat your personal best run time).

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  • To keep going with the 80's inspired look, opt for a bright color.

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  • It can be annoying to keep going to doctor's appointments; however, it is necessary.

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  • Sometimes I'd try steering and the truck would just keep going straight, turn too much, or turn too little.

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  • You have to plan your move one attack ahead so you can hit the button in time for the combo to keep going.

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  • When you move from intermediate to upper-intermediate, you'll likely want to keep going until you can tackle complex models.

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  • I am asked out quite frequently, and some of the men I date I enjoy being with so much, that I keep going back.

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  • Sure, he seems to be watching TV, but does his gaze keep going from the screen to a certain person?

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  • He catches shadows moving out of the corner of his eye and his electrical appliances keep going haywire.

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  • The goal is to keep going until your debt snowball is big enough to completely repay all of your obligations.

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  • While I know they say "if it ain't broke, don't fix it," even the best concepts need a fresh coat of paint to keep going over the years.

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  • Lunch: Keep going with chicken salad on wheat bread served with tomato and cucumber slices, sunflower seeds and some light fruit cocktail or a piece of fruit.

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  • If things keep going her way, there will be many more lyric updates to these pages in the future.

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  • Repeat these steps, monitor the results, and keep going.

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