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No. sentence
1 He decided to go do it.
2 She took a pear and bit into it.
3 The boy was always late because it took so long to get dressed.
4 It took the farmer weeks to grub the stumps on his land.
5 It took three bulldozers a week to level off the site.
6 The world exists, whether you like it or not.
7 We say of an apple that it is round and red.
8 As he walked past the tree, an apple dropped from it.
9 This wheel engages with that wheel and turns it.
10 If you can use a word correctly and effectively, you comprehend it.
11 Whenever I think of this humorous bit of wisdom, it reminds me to not take my life so seriously.
12 But tell me, dear reader, what do you make of this? I'm all for a bit of insouciance with a greenwash, but would it go with the rug?
13 For example, suppose you do some bit manipulation in an integer variable and expect it to be of size 4: This may not be the case on all operating system platforms (see Listing 7).
14 I went to try to pick it up and it bit me again.
15 It tells people a little bit about me and about what I like to do.
16 Not a bit – “I didn’t read any of it, ” he explained once in an interview.
17 They will know a little bit about process and how to make it work for them.
18 His secretary got it down.
19 I have looked it up in the encyclopedia.
20 I have to complain to the manager about it.
21 I forced him to do it.
22 For every healthy, valuable cub, it is thought that many are born with ailments like shortened tendons, club foot, kidney problems, malformed backbones, contorted necks, and twisted faces.
23 At another red light Marissa reached up and twisted the mirror toward her glanced into it.
24 It is an anthology that crackles with wit and wisdom.
25 He found himself perpending it as an experiment in realism.
26 It was an election that benched him in the district court.
27 I'm going to chop down this cherry tree; it has almost stopped producing fruit.
28 was reduced to a kind of nibbled cheese rind, and it always disappeared before we expected it to.
29 I found the sandwich he was talking about and a piece of cheese that he had nibbled at beside it.
30 Not only that, it can give us nourishment at any time, though they are nibbled for several thousands of years, they are still fresh.