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1 As the leader of this office, she can work with everyone.
2 The letter passed from one to another until everyone had read it.
3 I looked around to see if someone could help me translate but everyone had a phone on each ear.
4 She bitched about how everyone hated her.
5 Everyone helped and it was good that they did.
6 That was a health programme to benefit everyone.
7 Everyone came out well in the wedding photograph except the bridegroom.
8 They were asking for any US and UK passport holders and got everyone to drop their phones on the ground.
9 Yeah. Everyone says I look just like him.
10 Everyone would sympathize with you.
11 Everyone remarked on her divorce.
12 He finally drifted in half an hour after everyone else.
13 Some people eat bread with their meal, but not everyone does.
14 Introduce yourself to neighbors and everyone else you meet.
15 trouble is, not everyone realizes quite how valuable this information can be.
16 Everyone realizes now that free ad-supported content is not the exclusive model of the future; it's just one part of it.
17 We (yes, I said "we") tend to assume that everyone is either like us, or intrinsically aspires to be like us.
18 Kim calls everyone she can think of, but no one has heard from Teri.
19 Like everyone in your organization, you have your own strengths and weaknesses, so admit that you cannot do or know everything.
20 In Engare Sero, a village of 6,000 people, mostly Maasai herder s, just about everyone interviewed said they would vote for him.
21 Dont be silly," the minister said. "everyone."
22 But not everyone agrees with the results of the research.
23 This is the attitude that everyone should adopt towards their frustrations.
24 you ever had therapy? No. Some people can be massively helped by therapy, but I don't agree that everyone should get some - it's not like dentistry.
25 Everyone should be aware of these factors and how they affect the most important areas of their social life.
26 Instead the move infuriated almost everyone.
27 He became rude to everyone in the castle and behaved like a mad man.
28 Simplified English may not be for everyone, but with the rise in the number of people around the world working in English, I suspect we will see more of it.
29 One major factor is that so much of the environment is a Commons, a resource that everyone can use but no one owns.
30 a Western-centric view of the world, it can sometimes be hard to remember that not everyone owns a smartphone.