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swerve

swerve Sentence Examples

  • This will increase the cost of boring and will render the holes more likely to swerve from the true direction.

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  • Drivers swerve or brace for the impact, but never hit the dog.

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  • Yoga Booty Ballet DVDs are based on the fat-burning system developed at Swerve in Los Angeles.

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  • Drowsy driving can lead drivers to swerve out of their lane, run into stationary objects (fences, cars, houses) and can cause traffic fatalities.

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  • Suddenly having to stop or swerve to avoid a hazard can result in a fatal crash.

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  • swerve suddenly to avoid a poor surface.

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  • Now, authorities are investigating whether the driver died as a result of his injuries sustained during the crash or if he died before the accident, causing the bus to swerve off the road and flip over.

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  • swerve the ball into the path of a forward running team mate, curl the ball across from a corner kick.

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  • swerve the round into the center of the figure 11 target.

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  • The aim of the body swerve is to dummy the defender into moving the wrong way.

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  • swerve past, but the guy reached out and made contact as the van skidded past.

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  • Q: If you see a West Brom Fan on a bicycle, why should you never swerve to hit him?

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  • swerve around the front could put the rider into the path of oncoming traffic.

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  • swerve to avoid a young child running through the car park.

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  • In return the court paid his debts; but it ought never to be said that he was bribed, for the gold of the court never made him swerve from his political principles - never, for instance, made him a royalist.

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  • This will increase the cost of boring and will render the holes more likely to swerve from the true direction.

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  • Restoring v will make the path of the cylinder a trochoid; and so the swerve can be explained of the ball in tennis, cricket, baseball, or golf.

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  • They are, as a rule, very easy to shoot on horseback, as, if one gallops a little in front of and on one side of them, they will hold their course, and come sailing past, offering a magnificent broadside shot, while under similar circumstances a prehensile-lipped rhinoceros will usually swerve away in such a manner as only to present his hind-quarters for a shot.

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  • "I write this," says he, in a letter to his friends at Prague, "in prison and in chains, expecting to-morrow to receive sentence of death, full of hope in God that I shall not swerve from the truth, nor abjure errors imputed to me by false witnesses."

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  • Swerve the ball into the path of a forward running team mate, curl the ball across from a corner kick.

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  • We had been told to aim into the wind, so as to swerve the round into the center of the figure 11 target.

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  • The aim of the body swerve is to dummy the defender into moving the wrong way.

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  • He managed to swerve past, but the guy reached out and made contact as the van skidded past.

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  • Do n't swerve suddenly to avoid a poor surface.

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  • Q: If you see a West Brom Fan on a bicycle, why should you never swerve to hit him?

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  • They are fast flyers, and swerve around in the air in tight groups.

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  • Trying to swerve around the front could put the rider into the path of oncoming traffic.

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  • A member of the junior staff recently had to swerve to avoid a young child running through the car park.

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  • swerve around in the air in tight groups.

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  • During the next four weeks no effort was spared to shake the determination of Huss; but he steadfastly refused to swerve from the path which conscience had once made clear.

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