Tip-off sentence example

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  • It follows an investigation by Trading Standards Officers, who received a tip-off from a former employe who claimed th...
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  • On 29 August 1975, following a tip-off from a telephone call, the police went to the front door of a shop.
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  • We got a tip-off from a jockey we knew who said, ' This is the horse to go for ' .
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  • We had a tip-off that the three Hunters from Delta Jets, based at Kemble would be arriving around 10.00.
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  • Yet another says the original tip-off did not come from an MI5 informer, but from someone who phoned the Met's antiterrorist hotline.
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  • tip-off at 8.00 pm.
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  • The police received an anonymous tip-off last Thursday from the gun's illicit owner.
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  • One interesting tip-off is that most of his customers are model engineers.
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  • A local tip-off suggested that Lee planned to pass the ball.
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  • tip-off information has been on the increase and has proven to be very useful in deterring pirated optical disk manufacturers.
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  • It is not clear whether the discovery of the missile engine parts arose from a specific intelligence tip-off.
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  • tip-off from a member of the public which led to the discovery on Park Farm, Ox Lane.
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  • tip-off from a friend.
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  • tip-off from a former employe who claimed th...
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  • We got a tip-off from a jockey we knew who said, ' This is the horse to go for '.
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  • Yet another says the original tip-off did not come from an MI5 informer, but from someone who phoned the Met 's antiterrorist hotline.
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  • The game is at the Guildford Spectrum Arena on Thursday 15th September with tip-off at 8.00 pm.
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  • The police received an anonymous tip-off last Thursday from the gun 's illicit owner.
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  • Tip-off information has been on the increase and has proven to be very useful in deterring pirated optical disk manufacturers.
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  • And it was a tip-off from a member of the public which led to the discovery on Park Farm, Ox Lane.
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  • He had failed to sell his idea directly to a publisher, and approached Davidson following a tip-off from a friend.
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  • Sometimes the low cost can be a tip off that there may be something wrong with the car.
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  • If his claws are needle-sharp (and kittens' claws often are), you can snip just the pointy tip off.
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  • Inappropriate emotions and impulsive reactions to situations can be another tip off that something is not quite right.
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  • Needless to say, this is always the first major tip-off that you're dealing with a fake bag.
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  • A fiery pepper-red color is the first tip-off that this boot has some grave fashion appeal.
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  • This response was more guarded, less amused, enough to tip off Deidre that there was more to the story.
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  • The downside was someone always managed to hit Jackson with a bullet or two or drive a knife into him, and break the tip off in a bone.
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  • Acting on a tip-off from a fellow political hack, Nelson accused Sunday Telegraph political editor Patrick Hennessy of being behind the dirty deed.
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  • OLAF received a tip off earlier this month alleging massive theft and malpractice by officials in the technology directorate.
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  • Two deep-sea wreck divers receive a tip-off from a local fisherman about a site off the New Jersey coast.
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