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1 As he walked past the tree, an apple dropped from it.
2 Do as I bid you.
3 I think as you do.
4 ideal nation would leave no room for what they saw as the twisted ethical code of Christianity, which they argued prized suffering and destructive self-repression.
5 Musicians, such as Dee Snider of Twisted Sister, members of the KISS, and the rapper Snoop Dogg have all rung the NYSE bell.
6 To harness our brains, we want to let the brain's brilliant mechanisms run as intended-i.e., not to be twisted.
7 He hurried me into disguising as an old man.
8 He found himself perpending it as an experiment in realism.
9 They used the closely nibbled smooth green spaces as their pitch , the wooden barred gate of the sheep pen as their wicket and the crooks made from willow branches as their bats.
10 They had volunteers watch video clips of a woman saying different simple phrases, such as “the square box,” or “peel the banana.
11 He suggests crushing carrots or liquefying the peel and core of a whole pineapple in a blender and applying it as a face mask for 15 to 30 minutes.
12 night, as on every night in Argentina, we dined in a fine restaurant and ate an entire herd of cattle.
13 He smirked as he decanted a bottle of wine and ate a piece of chocolate from her candy box.
14 My ankle was as red as the sky with a perfect globe, right on the bone where there is absolutely no flesh but just a huge vein under the skin.
15 The odour, which is usually strongest at night, is meant to attract pollinators such as carrion beetles and flesh flies.
16 He regarded Tom as his brother.
17 I do not think much of her as a musician.
18 As the leader of this office, she can work with everyone.
19 very salty water buoyed him up as he swam.
20 Then when you start combining the use of transaction management and compensations with your business processes, you have some real nice abstractions to work with as you develop your applications.
21 Nice suit," he said to me, as I walked up.
22 Our hosts are not so nice as those of other dogs.
23 Please date the check as of today.
24 The boy rushed off as soon as his father gave him permission.
25 She mocked him as a country boy.
26 He grinned mischievously as he cupped my face with his hand and kissed me.
27 When he walked past the couple, he raised a thumb and gave the boy a smile, as if they were conspiring comrades; the boy, caught off guard, grinned disarmingly before turning his face away.
28 As he clambered over the railings he grinned at Manuel.
29 The next morning it was clear that Daniel had a hangover but as he grinned up at me from his prone position on the couch there was no awkwardness or regret between us.
30 Cheshire Puss,' she began, rather timidly, as she did not at all know whether it would like the name: however, it only grinned a little wider.