Nicer sentence example

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  • You need to be nicer, Ashley.
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  • You could be nicer.
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  • Travelers should be sure to pack a nicer set of clothes as this restaurant requires business-casual attire.
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  • It makes the story much nicer.
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  • Couldn't have happened to a nicer bloke... .
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  • A nicer bloke you couldn't hope to wish to meet, so c'mon you North Enders.
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  • An alternative, and probably nicer, approach is to make use of what is called string concatenation.
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  • Great to meet some of the talk punkers, you are much nicer in the flesh than your avatars would have us believe.
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  • There's nothing nicer than a sunny afternoon spent outdoors.
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  • Wear something slightly nicer than what you'll wear on the job.
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  • When you want warmth while looking nicer than you would in a hoodie, the leather blazer or sport coat is a perfect pick.
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  • You may be able to receive a deep enough discount that you can get a nicer package for your room and board, or your company might even provide a complete package for a good price if you travel on select days.
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  • But don't let the word "plastic" fool you -- they can be just as beautiful, secure and strong as traditional wooden or metal caskets, and obviously much nicer than burying your pet in an old shoe box!
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  • While bedhead may have a nicer texture and can support curls and waves better than freshly washed hair, hair that is left greasy from excess oils can be hard to lift and separate.
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  • My hair is much nicer than it has been in years."
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  • Investing in an outfit with rash guard for your son, daughter, niece or nephew means that you'll have a nicer vacation than you may have expected, and so will your toddler.
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  • Instead of reusing wet towels, or dirty towels that have been used on the ground, wouldn't it be much nicer to have clean beach towels at the ready?
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  • It's not only better on the mother's back, but makes a nicer transition for the baby from the warmth and wet of the womb.
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  • You may not keep it on all night, but you'll want something nicer than your trusty blue jean jacket for events like company parties.
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  • Although you can buy them at drugstores and costume shops, it's much nicer to create something individual and use a pattern for a fairy wings costume.
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  • He won't stay at my house ever because his house is much nicer and he can't sleep on my mattress.
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  • People couldn't have been nicer, but our fears kept us from knowing that until we attended their activity.
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  • In many areas of the country, you can often rent a nicer and larger place to live than you can purchase for the same monthly payment.
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  • An added benefit of leather is that they look nicer with age to a degree.
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  • While this is a little time consuming, high school cheerleaders (or even junior high cheerleaders) are almost always willing to do the work and the product comes out much nicer.
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  • You can use stencils to guide your hand to make it a little speedier and nicer looking, or just freehand.
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  • Make sure to find some special glassware to serve your shrimp cocktail in - as mentioned above, the nicer the serving-ware, the more elegant your dish will look.
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  • Your lace garments will last longer and look nicer by just taking a little extra time when cleaning.
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  • You can find lingerie from the 1920s, or even earlier, that is in better condition than some cheaply made modern stuff, and of course it is considerably nicer.
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  • Dubonnet is also a nicer, deeper red made by the same company.
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  • When it comes to intimate apparel, nothing feels nicer than silk or silk-like lingerie.
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  • I Need Some Fine Wine, and You, You Need to be Nicer To Me by The Cardigans.
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  • If you really like the lyrics to a certain song, you could even print them out and get them framed to hang somewhere in your house, or handwrite them in calligraphy so that they look nicer.
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  • You'll have to register at the site and try their free two-week membership to download and print this invitation, but it's one of the nicer ones you'll find online.
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  • "It's nicer than your nickname for him," Evelyn pointed out.
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  • While we had no problems I find our twin axle much nicer to tow.
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  • Lots of men have found that it's much nicer to cuddle up to a big booty, than a boney bum!
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  • After all, Jan promised home made stuff tastes nicer, and not lemon crud at all.
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  • She does a sort of Shortening, which in culinary terms means making the pastry crumbly to create a nicer effect on the palate.
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  • And just so you know, pretty much everyone at Download is nicer than your average Reading goer.
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  • I only found the office staff unfriendly, ever time we have used this we have found the bus drivers a lot nicer.
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  • Great to meet some of the Talk punkers, you are much nicer in the flesh than your avatars would have us believe.
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  • Will you be quitting smoking, going on a diet or becoming a nicer person?
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  • One set will include the nicer outfits that she may wear for special occasions, such as for church, parties, nice restaurants, and photography sessions.
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  • Fewer things are nicer to have than a brand new laptop.
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  • These cabinets come in different sizes, and the nicer versions can cost upwards of several hundred dollars.
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  • If you are making a cocktail where Champagne is the most prevalent ingredient and the other mixers have delicate flavors, it would make sense to use a nicer champagne since its flavor will shine through in the finished product.
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  • You don't need to purchase a top shelf vodka, but you should try to use something that's a little nicer than what you buy to experiment with your run of the mill cocktails.
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  • The initial bulbs gave off a light that many found unpleasant, but newer models are nicer.
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  • While many teens like to put up posters of celebrities and rock stars, you can make it look a little nicer by framing them and hanging them gallery-style on the walls.
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  • Over time, you'll get over it and move on to a nicer guy!
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  • Streamers are common but special dangling items are much nicer.
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  • Poems are sometimes nicer than quotes, but both are meaningful and your graduate will appreciate the thought behind your poem or quote.
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  • Handwritten cards are much nicer than ecards, so buy a card and send it in the mail or give it the graduate after the ceremony.
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  • If you have a video editing program, such as Windows Movie Maker, you can add special effects to your video to make it look nicer.
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  • Either way, most brides-to-be agree it is much nicer to be able to curl up on the living room couch than it is to fight through a crowded mall or pretentious bridal shop to find your dream dress.
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  • Another, much nicer rumor has it that MTV is in talks with Whitney Port to star in her own show about her trials and tribulations at her new gig for People's Revolution.
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  • Of course, you can also shop online, but it can be nicer to feel the fabric and assess its impact on delicate skin.
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  • He'll have a fancy party or wedding to attend and will need to wear something nicer than his typical play clothes.
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  • Upgrades: Carnival frequently offers upgrade bonuses that effectively give passengers discounts on nicer cabins than the ones they're paying for.
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  • Just make sure you add the layers slowly because this makes it look nicer, and be sure to attach an easy-to-read instruction card to the jar.
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  • One of the nicer aspects of making your own ornaments is allowing your full creativity to flow; your designs don't have to be perfect.
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  • That isn't to say it can't also be nicer than what you make at home, but for daily use, it can add up.
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  • After a day of hiking the trails at one of the nature sanctuaries or touring a historic home, what's a nicer ending than sharing a bottle of wine and small plate of appetizers with friends?
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  • The thought did cross her mind that, although the suits were sub par for Jackson, they were much nicer than any Connor owned.
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  • No, but it's even nicer here.
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  • He got us moved to a nicer place; a safer location.
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  • The town is delightful; much nicer than a mythical Idaho location they'd like me to believe.
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  • I can't think of a nicer reward than remaining here.
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  • The intellectual improvement which Helen has made in the past two years is shown more clearly in her greater command of language and in her ability to recognize nicer shades of meaning in the use of words, than in any other branch of her education.
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  • "Maybe it's even nicer inside," She said with a forced smile.
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  • "Use your finger, Mary Hendrikhovna, it will be still nicer," said Rostov.
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