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1 The opposition plucked the Chancellor down from his high position.
2 The tree thrusts its branches high.
3 If you believe what you read in the newspaper about us, we have one foot in the pail of bankruptcy and the other foot on a banana peel, and there's a high wind.
4 I looked down at my brothers from my favored high perch and grinned, feeling jubilant, like the privileged dwarf atop the giant’s shoulders, seeing beyond what the giant could see.
5 Though not all fruits have high satiety, there are some, such as apples, grapes and bananas that will leave you feeling full.
6 She has lapsed from the high standard we have come to expect of her.
7 But its regulations were recently found wanting by the Delhi High Court, which then banned bags in markets and shops, as well as hotels, hospitals and malls.
8 The study authors pointed out that chocolate eaten in Sweden tends to have a high cocoa content.
9 She showed no fear in any of the situations and had to be prevented from touching the tarantula because of the high risk of being bitten.
10 Based on years of experience of designing high quality phones, Samsung mobile phones employ an internal antenna design technology that optimizes reception quality for any type of hand-grip use.
11 Sure enough, there was a flock of misty jaybirds high in a misty sycamore tree, far above the ground.
12 This isn't the first time a rumor swirled around Cook and a high profile CEO gig.
13 They don't like dense forest either, so they traverse these high, open shoulders between the river and the woods, where they can see and run.
14 My buddy Peck was the high school yearbook editor or something like that and I was the computer geek, so I figured we could figure it out.
15 High tariffs often cause a diversion of trade from one country to another.
16 Their first major design took off in high schools and colleges.
17 Another aspect, though, is that the US invested its money abroad at high returns, while the rest of the world invested in the US at low returns.
18 The market for launching small satellites is presently only partly served by the Pegasus rocket, which is launched at high altitude by a commercial jet aircraft.
19 Surviving on the scant rain that falls on the high desert, the surrounding natural scrubland USES far less water. The scrubland, shown in the upper left corner of the image, is tan and pale blue.
20 The opposition blasted the government for high inflation.
21 You overvalued the high tech of that product.
22 Even a chance of that modest prize comes at a high price.
23 AAA is a localized widening and weakening of the abdominal aorta, and primarily affects elderly Caucasian men who smoke, have high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels.
24 The plane would probably disintegrate at that high speed.
25 From the rain forests of the northeast to the arid high plateau that runs like a spine through the south, Peru is blessed with incredible biodiversity-a bounty that is clearly reflected on its plates.
26 It turns out we have several readings with a high fluctuation from their neighbors.
27 High temperatures in the core lead some to believe that the core is uncovered; others do not trust the temperature readings.
28 vertical axis shows us our projected Return on Investment. The horizontal axis shows our scorecard rating, from low to high.
29 Intense competition has in the past led many Taiwanese life assurers, including Nan Shan, to sell investment-linked policies with high guaranteed rates of return.
30 By 2004, China was softening its approach but a senior official quoted in a major newspaper said Taiwanese will 'pay a high costs if they think we will not use force' if it declares independence.