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1 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.
2 The dead tree decomposed and had to be uprooted.
3 I found the sandwich he was talking about and a piece of cheese that he had nibbled at beside it.
4 Dutch pilot refused to take off for Amsterdam until technicians had checked the whole plane to make sure the mouse hadn't nibbled through any cables.
5 They had volunteers watch video clips of a woman saying different simple phrases, such as “the square box,” or “peel the banana.
6 Morgiana obeyed, though with no little reluctance, and had a curiosity to see this man who ate no salt.
7 The flesh around the ankle had swollen up.
8 However, it soon grew clear that the hour of emancipation for that little prisoner of the flesh was to arrive earlier than her worst misgivings had conjectured.
9 She had a boy by her first husband.
10 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.
11 The letter passed from one to another until everyone had read it.
12 I looked around to see if someone could help me translate but everyone had a phone on each ear.
13 English was his first language and he always had a terrific ear.
14 The collector knew that he had latched onto a rare antique.
15 I had no idea what would happen to them or where the film would go, but I knew that I had found an amazing family; a modern-day version of the Joads from the Grapes of Wrath.
16 In his spare time, which he had much of, he grew grapes on his property and fermented them in one of the outbuildings.
17 Thanks to all the spinach, carrots, mangoes, grapes and other ingredients, David says he hasn't had a cold or the flu in 20 years.
18 We had to do without fresh fruit and vegetable.
19 She and Gilbert had come up for the funeral of his father and Anne had stayed for a week. Marilla and Mrs. Lynde could not bear to have her go away too soon.
20 They once had a bear in their back yard looking through the garbage.
21 My fingers lingered almost unconsciously on the familiar leaves and blossoms which had just come forth to greet the sweet southern spring.
22 Spring had come early that year, with warm quick rains and sudden frothing of pink peach blossoms and dogwood dappling with white stars the dark river swamp and far-off hills.
23 I had nothing to say regarding this matter.
24 He breezed through the song as though had been singing it for years.
25 The judge said that nothing could mitigate the cruelty with which the mother had treated her child.
26 If we had listened to them, this hydropower station would never have been built.
27 I just wish they would have implemented all the changes for the 2013 race and given people plenty of advance notice, rather than crushing those who thought they had finally reached their goal.
28 The comment only slammed but had no analysis at all.
29 The lady of the house had no difficulty in partnering off her beautiful daughter for the evening with a smart young man.
30 We tried to see who had been hurt, but the police told us to move on.