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No. sentence
1 He should be in my house now.
2 We all believe the story to be true.
3 Of course I have nothing against Apple. If they say in advance no tethering, those who work on that should expect to be banned.
4 This time the teacher will not mark our English exercises for spelling and grammar, but she will be looking for pleasing expression.
5 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).
6 No conclusion should be drawn before all the facts are buttoned down.
7 will be his wife with him, I suppose.
8 I said that I was surprised I looked so normal, that I wasn't the horribly twisted and cadaverous figure I had always imagined myself to be.
9 To harness our brains, we want to let the brain's brilliant mechanisms run as intended-i.e., not to be twisted.
10 The dead tree decomposed and had to be uprooted.
11 This rubbish should be carted away at once.
12 Then you must be my cousin.
13 Would it not be better if they spent more money on wholesome things like oranges and wholemeal bread, or if they... ate their carrots raw?
14 The great mystery of the incarnation is that God became human in Jesus so that all human flesh could be clothed with divine life.
15 Storage will be charged on each piece of baggage remaining at stations over 24 hours.
16 Fold a piece of paper round the flowers so that they'll be easier to carry.
17 SSL can have some performance impacts because every piece of data sent to and from the server must be decrypted.
18 This coupon can be redeemed at any of our branches.
19 I can't date that house exactly, but it must be very old.
20 How nice it would be if I could go with you!
21 John: You should be nice to him.
22 I think it would be nice to see the clouds around us.
23 I did was be nice to you.
24 We should be prepared for any contingency.
25 It must be pretty potent stuff because when he pulled the cork out, his eyes crossed and he grinned from ear to ear.
26 If your model has big ears, then turn their head so only one is showing and then feather the light so that the other ear will fall into shadows and not be noticeable.
27 Scientists also have tried to grow human organs in animals that could one day be transplanted back into humans _ like a mouse onto whose back scientists grew a human ear.
28 That should be his mother.
29 You can depend of him to be there.
30 Mr Nadhamuni thinks all sorts of services can be grafted onto the national ID system.