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1 We should learn by the mistakes of others.
2 This sack of rice was destroyed [bit] by rats and insects.
3 I pay them by the hour.
4 Shards of twisted metal, rubble and glass littered the streets of central Oslo left devastated by Friday's enormous explosion.
5 Just a few hundred yards inside the complex, reporters were shown smoldering remnants of government buildings, enveloped by mounds of smashed concrete, twisted rebar and shards of metal.
6 I stand by the bed where a young woman lies, her face postoperative, her mouth twisted in palsy, clownish.
7 He killed off the whole morning by listening to the music.
8 His friends fell off one by one when he was in adversity.
9 Snow-capped mountains loom in the distance while smaller hills tumble down towards the town, criss-crossed by paths and nibbled away by quarries at their bases.
10 try and catch the mouse, or even chase it away, terrified Mango made do by sipping water while his bold companion nibbled away.
11 These three principles of humor are illustrated by the classic slip on the banana peel.
12 Today, 166 years later, we are still suffering from the problems that were already correctly diagnosed by Robert Peel.
13 The whole album has a streak of sly humor running through it, hinted at by the album cover photograph of Cohen in shades posing with a banana peel.
14 purists swear by Alphonsos, while those who like a bit more flesh and some juice go for the Malgova.
15 We judge a person not by what he says but by what he does.
16 She had a boy by her first husband.
17 The shop was mobbed by a large crowd.
18 This means that, unless you say otherwise, no one can perform a piece written by you or make copies of it, even with attribution, unless you give the OK.
19 He broke her by the threat of blackmail.
20 She dismayed me by refusing my offer.
21 That is a bad book by any standards.
22 The submarine is driven by nuclear power.
23 This boy was misled by bad companions.
24 Though hobbled by strokes and blindness, he now grinned from ear to ear at the prospect of power.
25 They were succoured from the fire by the rescue helicopter.
26 The pinna is the visible part of the ear, just right for grasping naughty boys by.
27 I defeated him by knocking down his argument.
28 The child keeps by his mother in the darkness.
29 She was buoyed up by the warm reception her audience gave her.
30 sleeping child was covered over by the careful mother.