Not-bad sentence example

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  • It's not bad once you get into it.

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  • Deciding to leave her be and sneak out, he checked over the room one last time, and thought, Not bad.

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  • Here he met a certain Olympe Dunoyer ("Pimpette"), a girl apparently of respectable character and not bad connexions, but a Protestant, penniless, and daughter of a literary lady whose literary reputation was not spotless.

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  • The bagels were huge as well but quite airy, not bad toasted with cream cheese.

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  • I just made that up, not bad hey?

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  • I still remember the numbers you see, not bad for an old gal.

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  • Weather was kind for the time of year, even managed to sunbathe topless, not bad for November!

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  • Gavin Walls came in at number 20, with 17-year-old Bobby Oag in 39th position - not bad for his first full triathlon.

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  • His birth and position in society were not bad.

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  • Weather was kind for the time of year, even managed to sunbathe topless, not bad for November !

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  • Hmm not bad for 98 she thought, that wrinkle cream really works.

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  • As if that was not bad enough, skiing in the back seat can cause you to fall backwards.

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  • And if that's not bad enough, Brown has recently joined Tara Reid and Chyna Doll in the ever-growing list of B-, C-, and D- list celebs who have been denied access to the trendy LA hot spot, Hyde.

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  • Domestic grapes have a rating of 43, not great, but not bad enough to make the list.

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  • And if the true stories are not bad enough, authors have taken pains to create an entirely different twist, such Rosemary's Baby.

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  • You want closure, not bad feelings, and although someone is probably going to get hurt, you want to walk away from the situation with your dignity.

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  • While men outnumber women by about eight to one, those odds are not bad enough to keep men from trying (or, as they call it, "next-ing") over and over again.

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  • The Eastern Curlew was the 200 th bird of the trip, not bad for 8 days birding at a fairly leisurely pace.

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  • The traffic to get there is not bad.

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