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No. sentence
1 He stated his views to me.
2 He entrusted his money to me.
3 He sucked at his cigar and then agreed with what I said.
4 She took one of the parcels from her father to lighten his load.
5 He opened his schoolbag and took out a notebook.
6 He hefted his right arm and took away a gun from the bookshelf.
7 The robbers not only took his money but also laid into him.
8 It took the farmer weeks to grub the stumps on his land.
9 He saw the guest out and took up his work again.
10 I like him all the better for his criticism.
11 The boy grinned from ear to ear when his mother gave him the apple.
12 He betrayed his party and country.
13 His ideas and mine jump together on this issue.
14 He heaped the diamonds up and said they were all his.
15 He has dribbled away his time and energy.
16 The madman flung away his watch and his wallet.
17 There, the dog bit his leg.
18 He bit his lip.
19 His secretary got it down.
20 The opposition plucked the Chancellor down from his high position.
21 He ran his eyes down the page and found his name at last.
22 He stooped and put down his gun.
23 Orange juice dribbled down his chin.
24 I thanked him for his help.
25 will be his wife with him, I suppose.
26 When you hear the word "yoga," do you think of a person with his legs twisted up like a pretzel?
27 she glanced down and saw a twisted length of white rope protruding from his pocket, about to fall out.
28 few people know about him is that he has left behind a trail of emotional destruction, having spent decades abusing vulnerable individuals for his own twisted purposes.
29 his hand, twisted free of the chain, and here he was running and crawling, until he was through a doorway.
30 His death marked the end of an era.