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1 But I am lucky because we did get a little bit of the tsunami but nothing like what they got up north.
2 We ate better than we did at home," Linebarrier says.
3 This did not shake his resolve.
4 I did was be nice to you.
5 They ascribed courage to me for something I did out of sheer panic.
6 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.
7 The child read the story but did not comprehend its meaning.
8 He did this in part by embroidering the gown with garlands of spring flowers.
9 So anyway, I did that this time, back in the Spring.
10 Everyone helped and it was good that they did.
11 What did you say?
12 He did it all out of kindness.
13 I did almost nothing.
14 He went against my wishes when he did that.
15 I did it because they asked me to do it!
16 And even if you know in advance what the consequences will be, you still pursue her, as I did.
17 How did he expect anyone to measure up to this?
18 So, it was a very popular book in the U.S., but it did have this history of being banned in Europe, and it was certainly controversial here.
19 He listened to what I had to say without much comment, then changed the subject to how I did the job.
20 Some companies routinely ask "How did you hear about us?" of every new customer who phones or visits.
21 them about where they were and what they did while the lights were out.
22 She did not get the job because she just did not measure up.
23 I also have the painting my sister did for the cover of Reclaim Your Dreams on my bookshelf.
24 cars passed within a few feet, while the noisy world swirled around her, she did her homework and sold flowers.
25 Stocks did open higher, but then quickly tumbled as rumors swirled about the viability of big financial firms like Morgan Stanley and the Royal Bank of Scotland.
26 In older movies, there are plenty of lawyers who argue against prejudice, the way Gregory Peck did as Atticus Finch in "To Kill a Mockingbird" (1962).
27 If crows did not invent the art of having the last word, they are among its most ecstatic practitioners.
28 I warned her not to do that but she went ahead and did that.
29 What highlights and pitfalls did you experience at the beginning of your professional career (as far as you can remember)?
30 No indication, but he did not give us any indication before either," he said.