To-the-tune-of sentence example

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  • In the 1960s he was able to forge checks to the tune of $2.5 million.

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  • Not to mention the fact that not too long ago, Paris' sister Nicky's home was robbed to the tune of about $100,000 in jewelry, amongst other items.

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  • Like Gibson (who is 15 years her senior), Timothy Dalton is significantly older than Grigorieva to the tune of about 25 years.

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  • Rather, the company was responsible for ferrying immigrants to the United States, to the tune of 850,000, and ran numerous cargo ships, increasing its fleet considerably.

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  • The version presented on Chordie is played to the tune of House of the Rising Son and repeats the same chords throughout.

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  • Set to the tune of a cheesy action movie, you must rescue a kidnapping victim using a variety of guns and your skills with the katana.

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  • With an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM), your interest rate is directly tied to economic indicators, meaning the amount of interest you pay during a given period can fluctuate, sometimes to the tune of several hundred dollars a month.

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  • No worries, though; he still owns 50 percent of the company, which continues to generate a healthy revenue, to the tune of around $250 million per year.

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  • Scammers prey on your sympathies to the tune of fifty or a hundred dollars.

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  • She walks to the tune of an invisible symphony.

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  • Jenny Craig can hit your pocketbook to the tune of $65 to as much as $137 per week once you add up their foods, membership costs, and the addition of foods you'll have to purchase to supplement those meals.

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  • Landlord insurance rates will vary greatly from one carrier to the next, sometimes to the tune of hundreds of dollars.

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  • The massive success of the album prompted a huge world tour, with over two hundred dates booked, which further increased sales for the band to the tune of a staggering 15 million!

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  • Dare to Be Stupid offers listeners "Like a Surgeon", a parody of Madonna's "Like a Virgin" and "Yoda", sung to the tune of "Lola" by Kinks.

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  • A parody song is a song that is set to the tune of a popular melody, but the lyrics are changed to poke fun at the song's original lyrics, pop-culture, or even the songwriters themselves.

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  • Many Barney songs that have been featured on the show are set to the tune of popular children's songs, such as Barney's theme song, Barney is a Dinosaur, which is set to the tune of Yankee Doodle Dandy.

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  • She was the victor of Vegas to the tune of three hundred dollars, and called to invite Fred out to spend the spoils.

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  • Bedford has received a windfall to the tune of £ 4 million.

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  • It is not only in Britain that the rule of law is being made to dance to the tune of the star spangled banner.

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