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  • Grandpa, my mother's father, originally built this place in the nineteen-thirties and wired it for electricity years later.

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  • No, any disgust is toward myself,I could not bear to see it reflected in your eyes.

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  • Her words about Gabe were troubling, and he couldn't determine if she was purposely vague or really didn't know; her pretty face was puzzled, and he frowned.

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  • Kris's memories stirred stronger than he liked. He remembered Lilith, a beautiful Immortal whose laugh had filled him with happiness. Their love had been intense and brief, lasting less than a human year in total. One day, she was just … gone.

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  • He'll become a part of the chorus and sing a songfor his friends.

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  • The large majority of the population of the city is Roman Catholic.

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  • But the pupil soon found his teacher to be a charlatan, and taught himself, aided by commentaries, to master logic, geometry andastronomy.

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  • When plague is prevalent in a locality, the diagnosis is easy in fairly well-marked cases of the bubonic type, but less so in the other varieties.When it is not prevalent the diagnosis is never easy, and in pneumonic and septicaemic cases it is impossible without bacteriological assistance.

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  • The style is quaint, original, abounding in allusions and witticisms, and rich, with piled-up analogies and metaphors.

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  • Numerous other pamphlets appeared, inspired or controlled by Sarpi, who had received the further appointment of censor over all that should be written at Venice in defence of the republic.

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  • The constitutional party in the legislature desired a toleration of the nonjuring clergy, the repeal of the laws against the relatives of the émigrés, and some merciful discrimination toward theémigrésthemselves.

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  • Balzac admired him [James Fenimore Cooper]greatly, but with discrimination; Victor Hugo pronounced him greater than the great master of modern romance, and this verdict was echoed by a multitude of inferior readers, who were satisfied with no title for their favourite less than that of "the American Scott."

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  • On the eve of the crucial election of 1800, [Hamilton]wrote a bitter personal attack on the president (containing much confidential cabinet information), which was intended for private circulation, but which was secured and published by Aaron Burr, his legal and political rival.

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  • People who seek peace abhor violence.

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  • I abhor this type of insulting behavior.

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  • I particularly abhor the sloppiness that even literate people exhibit when writing an email message.

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  • We should all abhor the illegal importation of fish because there is a great risk to our existing fish stock.

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  • The UN acquiescedwhen the governments of Colombia, Mexico, and Central America invited the United States to send observers.

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  • When asked to centralize the love story in the script, Bukowski readily acquiescedand then hated the results.

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  • The divorced father acquiescedin the removal of the children.

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  • The employees acquiescedin excessive transfers of authority.

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  • The decision will not affect the validity of the remaining contract provisions.

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  • There is a free helpline for young people affected by cancer.

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  • The layoffs will affecteveryone.

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  • Poverty can affect anyone, regardless of age, race, gender or social background.

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  • Those living in areas below sea level were most affected by the tsunami.

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  • He was affected by cancer.

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  • The small town was negatively affectedby a natural disaster.

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  • The California town was affectedby drought and water shortage.

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  • College graduates were affected by the temporary contract workers flooding the job market.

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  • There are hundreds of children around the country who will be adversely affectedby this ruling.

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  • The authors includedagnostic historians as well as specialist New Testament scholars.

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  • Otherwise, let those who call themselves agnostic with respect to religion add that they are equally agnosticabout orbiting teapots.

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  • The films were often subtleallegory of the totalitarian society, and they functioned as a subversive voice within the state-controlled production.

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  • I could not fully understand the allusions to Japan.

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  • The latter is plainly indicated by allusions to his translation of the Bible.

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  • He makes vague allusions to Harry Potter being his son.

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  • The penchant for classical allusion in Irish lyrics is not exclusive to this type of music.

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  • There are allusionsto the Hebrew exodus in the book of Isaiah.

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  • Speakers of English were asked to judge theambiguity of the grammar.

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  • The system analyzesthe behavior of visitors to the website.

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  • The test scientifically analyzesbattery performance with a true constant current load capacity test that is graphically displayed.

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  • The results were analyzedretrospectively in this series from 1989 to 1994.

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  • The results were analyzedquantitatively and qualitatively.

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  • The material was analyzedto determine its characteristics.

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  • The cells were analyzedto identify each gene expressed in the cell and the levels at which each gene is expressed.

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  • The results were analyzedin two ways.

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  • The teacher appreciates the importance of humor in learning.

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  • To appreciate the significance of the promise, you must take note of the circumstances under which it was written.

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  • We appreciate all feedback from our customers.

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  • Visitors can appreciate the beauty of the opera house.

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  • Programmers appreciate the complexity of interacting systems.

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  • Renting a car is essential to fully appreciate the area.

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  • Only then will they truly appreciate the richness of the ancient melodies.

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  • We appreciate what you have given us.

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  • I appreciate receiving your thoughts on what you would like to be included.

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  • We would appreciate it if anyone would be willing to try and answer some questions.

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  • They appreciated the enormous effort you put into the photos of the day.

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  • The performance was appreciated by the crowd.

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  • Any help you can give will be greatly appreciated.

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  • The works on display were much appreciated in France.

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  • I really appreciatedbeing able to speak to a real person.

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  • It is appreciated when the van is fully loaded.

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  • Explaining my irritation about numbers being written incorrectly was a cathartic moment.

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  • Letting out all the garbage stored inside my brain was a cathartic exercise.

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  • It was a cathartic experience for him.

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  • Venting his frustrations had a cathartic effect.

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  • Talking to a therapist is a cathartic process.

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  • The writing, he said, had been a very catharticexperience for him.

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  • Writing songs, poetry and free prose is incredibly cathartic.

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  • Many find the high-energy aggression levels in Karate truly cathartic.

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  • It looks like a cathartic experience, and I wish I had been able to attend.

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  • The process of writing and singing is so cathartic, I have serious misgivings about angry artists.

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  • The researchers could then present their findings andcite the sources they were able to draw upon.

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  • None of the information on this site should be taken as an indication that wecondone trespass.

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  • The mentor should foster a relationship that is conducive to learning.

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  • The school is creating a climate conducive to the needs of adult learners.

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  • The goal is to establish venues conducive to a wide range of artistic endeavors.

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  • In order to maintain an atmosphere conducive to study, all those who use the library should keep noise to a minimum.

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  • They also provide an environment conduciveto the use of natural pest control.

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  • The pod will be redecorated and renovated in order to facilitate its new role and produce an environment conducive to learning.

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  • Creating a conducive atmosphere for further work is useful to potential partners.

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  • You need a conducive working environment.

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  • These are conducive conditions for creative decision making.

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  • Whatever the reason, it is hardly conducive to getting the blood flowing.

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  • The remote venue was highly conducive to promoting extended discussion.

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  • Neither is especially conducive to the system.

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  • Adding extra lean mass is not necessarily conduciveto improved performance.

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  • This isn't especially conducive to solving your problems.

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  • Darkness is conducive to sleep.

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  • We sat down to lessons in an environment that seemed very conducive to learning.

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  • In 1867, the Austrian partition proved most conducive to the development of Polish culture.

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  • They discussed the internal conflictsin the communist party of the Soviet Union, between Stalin and Trotsky.

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  • To avoid the connotation of correctness, I would use the word principles rather than rules.

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  • No negative connotation was intended by using the word "short."

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  • The history of the authority shows it to be incapable of policing cloning, which could have sinister connotations.

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  • The word can have a different connotationin different contexts.

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  • It is something tocontemplate if you are traveling some distance.

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  • Every major physics concept is treated, but should arrive to the student in a real-world context.The book departs from the "physics for physicists" approach of concentrating on physics principles and trying to find applications.

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  • Up to 2012, there had been 4.2 million speeding convictionsin total, of which 2.2 million occurred in 2011.

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  • In addition, there are around 3,500 quashed criminal convictionsa year.

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  • The appeal court overturned 18 convictionsfrom the first trials.

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  • It is good that there are no convictionsfor dishonesty.

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  • They had five convictionsfor burglary & theft between them.

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  • A small flurry of like-minded titles appeared courtsey of new independent publishing houses.

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  • The most uncomfortable five minutes of Victoria's life will occur later, courtesy of Matthew's honesty.

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  • We arrived there courtesy of U.S. Air and via San Paolo.

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  • Everyone was disarmed by the unfailing courtesy of manner and the seemingly inexhaustible generosity.

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  • The work was reproduced courtesy of the Francis Frith collection.

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  • From there, I went to Carter Paterson's office, where I was greeted with the utmost courtesy.

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  • The owner prides herself on the exquisite cuisine, old-fashioned courtesy and personal attention given to all customers.

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  • We took the courtesy shuttle to the hotel.

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  • The courtesy bus will collect you outside the baggage claim area.

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  • A courtesy tray and telephones will be available in the lobby.

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  • A photo courtesy of Alan Robinson Jack proudly displays his winnings.

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  • It was a despairingdive into depression.

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  • After the despairingcry I looked quickly into the night sky.

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  • My despairingthought is, "Who will want me now?"

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  • I have been despairingat the thought of this.

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  • But all his endeavors were in vain, and he almost despairedof finding her again.

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  • Only then will you find the knowledge to discern the differencebetween truth and error.

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  • With rich data, grounded theorists can more readily discernwhat participants mean and how they define their experiences.

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  • With increased intuition, you can easily discernnew channels for creativity in your personal life or business.

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  • We must discern between the truth and lies.

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  • It contained the essential minerals, including the trace elementsfor the lambs.

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  • Initially, we plan to use the Dublin core metadata elementsto index the pages on the superjournal web site.

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  • The threat has also eliciteda sharp response from some Europeans.

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  • He told stories about his past as a historian, even elicitinga few laughs from members of the crowd.

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  • The policy emulatedrecent statements and by omitted any direct reference to international verification.

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  • The overall look was emulatedusing a four-color printing process.

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  • The action was emulatedin terms of incident location, time stamps, incident duration and incident severity.

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  • It was a huge endeavor to get the triplets dressed and ready to play in the snow.

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  • The staff engendereddeep loyalty in their students.

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  • The politics of the situation engenderedfiercer hatred than religion.

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  • The newly-cleaned park engenderedgreat pride in the people who use it.

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  • It was engenderedsimply by the evolutionary process.

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  • The excitement was engenderedby the fact that it was decided to put the case studies together as a book.

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  • The good feelings about the book were engenderedby visual input.

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  • They provided expeditedservice similar to that offered by many states in the USA.

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  • The situation was exploitedby attackers to access sensitive information and to run arbitrary code on an affected machine.

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  • According to the legend, King John and the Sheriff of Nottingham were tyrannical rulers, ruthlessly exploitingthe poor people of Nottingham.

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  • The system was exploitedby attackers to access sensitive information or run arbitrary code on an affected machine.

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  • Updates were a common point of reference for all game players tofacilitate communication.

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  • Thefutility of life came crashing in on me.

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  • It wasimpeccable musicianship beneath the vocals, yet the musicianship was buried by a thin, murky sound.

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  • The housing market is making inequality wider and starting to furtherimpede social mobility.

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  • An avid reader, she also regularly indulgesin retail therapy.

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  • He indulgedfreely in ardent spirits, and soon after went to bed.

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  • This new process integratesa new technology unique today on the market place, to measure the actual quality from the end-user handset.

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  • These changes were integratedwith the rest of the housing development.

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  • The changes were integratedinto host genomes.

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  • The new subjects were integratedinto the higher education curriculum.

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  • The new college student was integratedinto the Greek society.

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  • These activities were integratedinto the teaching of the course.

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  • This new feature should be tightly integratedwith the existing service.

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  • You need to preciselymeasure the exact distance between each plant and row.

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  • Keeping your room tidy and implementing the followingmeasures will help avoid future incidents.

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  • The fossilmeasured 24 inches by 18 inches by 10 inches and had been dug up on the site.

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  • Specific interventions were included in the review which measuredand reported the success or failure of each.

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  • I feelmeasureless love, pride, and gratitude toward you in every conceivable way.

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  • In the film two of the characters don't achieve their aims.That makes the film rather melancholy, although it's basically a romantic story.

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  • The original language has many nuances.

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  • Careful observers picked up on the nuancesof his gestures.

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  • There are many nuancesof the character's persona.

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  • To appreciate the color and structure, focus on its many nuances.

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  • With careful attention, he captured the nuancesof the presentation.

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  • After a while, you can grasp even the subtle nuances.

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  • Let's not get into understanding the complex nuancesof the English language right now.

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  • I don't want to miss a nuance from the great man, not even a flicker of an eyelid.

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  • From a distance, the marble of the Taj Mahal picks up the subtle nuancesof the changing light.

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  • At last, there is a digital synthesizer available that allows you to control the expressive nuancesof your music in real time.

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  • All this detective work and attention to linguistic nuanceslows our pace.

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  • The paradox of individual freedom in an era of individual helplessness is a complicated issue.

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  • Paradoxes of deterrent theory have emerged.

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  • The paradox of science is that its success in understanding nature has created problems for its understanding of human nature.

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  • They did not even try to solve the reunion paradox.

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  • The paradox is at the heart of things.

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  • To abandon this certainty can leave us with a skeptical paradox that is genuinely depressing.

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  • These examples of meaning and value illustrate the solution of philosophical paradoxes.

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  • Explain how this notion is used to respond to the Sorites paradox.

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  • The variouspolygon shapes were rendered in bright primary colors.

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  • The point of this detour has been to argue that most students entering the university possess a strong predilection for some subjects and against others.

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  • There were prejudicesin favor of genuine Communist politics.

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  • The museumprocrastinated over the painting's introduction, chiefly because of a strong lobby of opposition from influential art dealers.

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  • As part of our continuing program of product development, we reserve the right to improve and update productdesigns.

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  • Theproduct offering is not only attractive but age appropriate.

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  • Tomerely reiterate points already made will not be allowed.

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  • The striker relishedthe thought of bringing New York to a halt.

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  • The newly-released prisoner relishedthe freedom.

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  • John Jones, for example, positively relishedthe thought of the impeachment.

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  • Burton obviously relishesfinally being allowed to get his hands truly dirty.

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  • The 172 lines that follow are written inrhyme couplets in the style of the popular ballads common to the period.

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  • We will alwaysstrive to improve our services.

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  • A handwritten note will usually sufficefor a heartfelt thank you.

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  • The agreement exploits the natural synergybetween the two companies.

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  • We are so used to being with the big boys.

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  • Extra stuff that is used does not do any harm.

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  • Volunteers and militia were used to being called out to stop violence.

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  • Frank is a very nervous dog who isn't used to being left alone.

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  • The property used to be run commercially as an equestrian center, but is not used as a private property.

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  • All council officers carry identification cards and are quite used to being challenged.

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  • Used motorcycles and scooters are on sale.

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  • Used textbooks create a book for online booksellers.

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  • You can buy used Caravans.

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  • He is selling a used vehicle that is five years old.

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  • Used laptops are still useful.

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  • A mock court room allows you to get used to being in a court room.

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  • As a result, both kittens and cats grow up used to being handled, properly house trained and healthy.

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  • First, we are becoming usedto being watched.

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  • Service managers should pro-actively consult the local community on discarded usedinjecting equipment.

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  • The attached letters were used in preparation of this report.

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  • The club was boosted by the weekend'svictory over the leaders, but had to overcome a worsening injury list.

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  • The United Kingdom wasvulnerable to attack from across the English Channel.

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  • Children are the most vulnerablemembers of society.

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  • The silver frame makes a wonderful personalized 25th weddinganniversary gift.

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  • Thewedding dress store went bankrupt!

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  • The store provides beautiful cusomizablewedding stationery or you can call to discuss a unique design.

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  • In order to provide accurate pricing for yourwedding cake we need all required information.

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  • Thewedding ceremony at the hotel was conducted by a minister.

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  • The most unique wedding ringis the one which you design yourself.

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  • WhileI thought it was going to rainafter lunch, it didn't.

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  • A computer can do some tasks better than a person can.

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  • The final judgement was made and the lawsuit was dismissed with prejudice, which means it cannot be retried.

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  • She aspired to be a senior partner at the firm and her hard work and endeavor paid off when she received the promotion.

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  • I hope the new round of layoffs will not affect me.

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  • What can ordinary people do to make a difference andeffect changes in the law?

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  • The rise of smart appliances in the home will have an interestingeffect on our relationship with technology.

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  • He painted all the walls with a bright white paint, and the effect was to make the room seem much bigger than it was.

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  • You can act however you want; I’m not going to stop you making a fool of yourself.

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  • The controversial comedian's set was rude enough to cause apoplexy among the more conservative audience members.

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  • She was planning to throw her son a large birthday party with cake, decorations, balloons and lots of games.

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  • We needed the car fixed so I had no choice but to pay the huge amount the repair shop was asking.

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  • Music in the late 18thcentury was marked by an ethos of Romanticism.

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  • I would be remiss if I did not promptlysend you a card thanking you for the gift.

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  • I was parched and kept thinking of the cold lemonade that would quench my thirst.

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  • Since it was the young girl's first time getting pulled over, the police officer let her off with thecaveat that next time he would not be so lenient.

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  • It is interesting to juxtaposethe lifestyle of today's teenage generation with their grandparents' generation.

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  • Since the woman used a strangeidiom, the young kids did not understand her.

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  • Could you explain what theidiom"a dime a dozen" means?

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  • The governor won comfortably over his two opponents, who received just 20 and 18 percent of the vote,respectively.

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  • Megan is being very evasive about where she spent her weekend.

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  • The elocution of immigrants is sometimes hard to understand.

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  • She wouldn't be my mother if she didn't use an oldclichéin every conversation.

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  • I would not trust someone any more if they tried to usedeceit on me.

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  • Hitler is an example of someone that used his power to dictatetoa group of people.

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  • After his accident, Luke has myriad prescriptions to take.

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  • The preacher sent out his congregation toproselytize to the community.

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  • It is part of the Mormon faith toproselytize to people that have different beliefs to their own religious beliefs.

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  • The fearsomechimera is my favorite mythical creature.

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  • The ancient heroBellerophonsaved the day by slaying the chimera.

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  • Would you fulminateagainst something even if you weren't directly affected by it?

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  • Malignant tumors are difficult to eradicate because they canspread uncontrollably.

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  • The phone and cable companies are planningto work insynergy so that they will be more popular to buyers.

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  • To put on the concert,synergy between the organizers and the sponsors was required.

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  • Uncomfortable with his past, Jason would always equivocate and attempt to change the subject whenever his birth parents came up in conversation.

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  • When Millie began to talk about children, Henry immediately started to equivocate.

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  • It soundsunprofessionalto use such a cliché in your cover letter.

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  • Humility and self-abasement are often seen as feminine qualities.

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  • The nation's abasement was recorded in textbooks for the rest of history to see.

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  • I don't think anyone can properly acclimate to this kind of humidity.

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  • The crowd let out a loud cheer when their teamscored the game-winning point.

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  • Dana'soptimism and great attitude is contagious to the people around her.

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  • If youyawn around your friends, you will quickly notice that it was contagious!

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  • When peoplemigrate to other areas, the demographic of those areas will change.

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  • Knowing whatpercentage of an area is Hispanic is a piece of demographic knowledge.

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  • Scientists are hoping to find ways toharvest energy more efficiently.

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  • I always think that boldnessis an endearing quality for someone to have.

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  • Allison took her daughters to the pet store, and the cute puppies were too endearing for her toresist adopting one.

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  • I need to spend hours studying this weekend for my exams; ergo, I will not beattending the game.

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  • The fern plants became overwhelmingly large, taking over the entire front porch of theabandoned house.

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  • Hanging up fern plants on a front porch makes a home lookwelcoming without being too elaborately decorated.

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  • When I saw the fern, I was reminded ofprimitive plants that I saw in a history video.

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  • Her art uses metaphor and allegory as a subtle way to introduce difficult topics.

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  • Food is often used as a metaphor for other needs.

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  • Make sure to include a control group in your experiment to ensure your data is valid.

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  • The teacher showed the students how to create their history timeline to show the events inchronological order.

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  • Kevin would rather spend time with Bob, his optimistic friend, than his cynical and gloomy friend, Victor.

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  • He was very humble about saving the babies from the fire and refused to accept an award from the orphanage.

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  • Be it ever so humble, there is no place like home.

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  • She was tired of thecondescending tone he took when he discussed her fitness routine.

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  • After Tom's search for the lost memo, the items on top of his desk were all cattywampus.

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  • Their mother was sure that left alone, the twins would hatch a mischievous plan.

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  • He spent his whole life trying to make a scientific breakthrough, but since he never succeeded, his name is likely to fade into oblivion.

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  • He was a great poet, but since his work was never published his poems are doomed to oblivion.

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  • The historical society keeps an archive of documents and photos dating from the early 1800s.

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  • I want to make sure we properly archive all of our legal documents.

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  • The film archive ensures that old movies are preserved for future generations.

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  • Barbara planned to do her research on the city's earliest buildings in the archive at the town hall.

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  • Our teenagers are staying in the hotel room adjacent to ours.

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  • They had to drill a hole in the ceiling to mount their new swag lamp.

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  • In our area, outdoor pets arevulnerable to attack from mountain lions, coyotes and even birds of prey.

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  • Her doctor indicated that even adding a modest amount of daily exercise would dramatically improve her health.

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  • The commercial was designed to make viewers feelnostalgic for simpler times with fewer technological distractions.

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  • The scent of hot cocoa made her nostalgic for the sledding parties of her childhood.

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  • The senior citizens shared stories of the events that made them the mostnostalgic and filled with longing for the past.

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  • The engineers were concerned about the structural integrity of the dam wall.

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  • I was especially nervous about my nexttennis match as I was facing my biggestantagonist.

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  • Sarah was competitive with another student, who became herantagonist all the way through high school.

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  • The toneof the president's speech was just right in the context of current tragic events.

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  • They didn't like the new design but the engineers had toconform to the plan that the architect gave them.

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  • Cultural diffusion enriches our lives by enabling us to try different experiences, food, music and more right on our doorstep.

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  • There is a fine line betweencultural diffusion and cultural appropriation. The first can bring people together to enjoy experiences outside their community. The latter can easily offend and cause more divisions between people.

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  • Thanks to cultural diffusion we get to enjoyadditional traditions and celebrations during theholiday season with our friends fromother countries and cultures.

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  • One interesting aspect of cultural diffusion is when the culture that was influenced in turn influences the original culture. Apparently, a staple of American sushi, avocado, is now making its way into Japanese sushi.

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  • The Paleolithic era covered a huge time period and within that timehumans developed increasingly complex tools and objects.

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  • Many cave paintings from thePaleolithic period have survived in Spain and France.

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  • The Paleolithic era was also called the Old Stone Age because humans at the time used stone to make tools and as part of tools.

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  • Our archeology professor was so old we called himPaleolithic man.

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  • With only two minutes left in the game the quarterback was told totake a knee and end the play so as to defend the team's slim lead.

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  • It was sugggested to the 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick that instead of sitting during the national anthem to protest police violence it would be more respectful totake a knee.

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  • The soldiers on patrol were ordered topause andtake a knee so they could assess the situation and decide on the best course of action.

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  • After putting in hours every day at the gym for months, Tom finally feltaesthetically gifted.

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  • I'm compiling a list of the mostaesthetically gifted artists of the past 10 years.

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  • Who would make it onto your list of the mostaesthetically gifted people alive?

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  • It seems to me that the moreaesthetically gifted someone is the more conceited they are.

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  • There are so many beautiful buildings in Paris—it's one of the mostaesthetically gifted places I've ever seen.

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  • She had trouble retaining her optimism after the zombie attack began.

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  • They say thatoptimism is as important as skill in getting a job done.

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  • When children learn, they try to assimiliate newconcepts by placing them in categories of things they already know.

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  • The couple wouldn't have bought the house with poor plumbing if they hadexerciseddue dilligence before making a decision.

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  • Federal grand juries vote to indict 99% of the time.

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  • A grand jury voted to indict the parents of the murdered toddler oncharges of child abuse resulting in death.

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  • The district attorney filed charges against the rogue narcotics officer for collusion with the drug traffickers.

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  • The current question is how many government operatives will be charged with collusion with Russia?

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  • Collusionis an agreement, usually secret, and often illegal, to limit competition and gain an unfair advantage.

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  • Was there collusion among the major technology corporations to suppress wages for their workers?

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  • Everyone was wondering if there was enough evidence to point to collusion between the two leaders.

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  • The two smugglers acted incollusion to transport the illegal goods over the border.

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  • Some of his friends were confident intheir plans for after college, but Zack felt ambivalent about his future.

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  • Most studentsreally likedthe principal, but Ginahad ambivalent feelings toward him.

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  • Trying to talk to Jim about seriousfinancial issues is difficult because of his facetious personality.

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  • The poorexam scores fated her future because college acceptance was reliant on them.

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  • When the couple reflected on their first date, they felt liketheir lovewas fated to happen.

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  • The riot downtown began to foment nervous feelingsin thelocal residents.

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  • Toease her aching back,the doctor told Jen to foment the area with a heat pack.

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  • The mutinous crew couldn't bring themselves to kill their captain, so they decided tobanishhim to an uninhabited island.

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  • Her emotions would not control her; she just needed tobanishher anger from her mind.

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  • The teacher had tobanish allcellphones from the classroom because they distracted his students.

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  • The bar's owner had tobanishthe agressive drunk from the premises after he started a fight.

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  • The state willbanishbut not execute its enemies--removing dissidents and avoiding martyrs.

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  • It's been said that the famed Italian charmerCasanova ate sixty oysters a day!

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  • It's well known that Sean is the town casanova. I've lost count of the girls he's dated.

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  • The principalenjoyedhishegemony over the staff of the school.

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  • The storage containerdid not have ahermetic seal, so many of its contents were ruined during the storm.

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  • When she met her favorite iconic writer, Julia tried tolook calm and collected to hide her excitement.

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  • The shopsells vintageproducts with iconic symbols on them.

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  • The tribes worshipped an iconic image that had beenidolized overmany generations.

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  • Jessica tried to imply that she did not want to work this weekend, but was not clear enough,so shewas put on the schedule.

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