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No. sentence
1 That depends on how you tackle the problem.
2 They will know a little bit about process and how to make it work for them.
3 Jews therefore strove among themselves, saying, How can this man give us his flesh to eat?
4 Tom constantly brags about how well he plays table tennis.
5 Of course, how about this piece?
6 It is not how much you read but what you read that counts.
7 How nice it would be if I could go with you!
8 How Not To attract a nice boyfriend.
9 This is because we attribute wealth to how much nice stuff we can buy.
10 She shows me how to do it.
11 The boy broke the teapot. How annoying!
12 tiger opened its mouth and grinned like a hungry god; which is how tigers grin.
13 melons and get melons, sow beans and get beans. You didn't work, how can you enjoy the fruit?
14 She bitched about how everyone hated her.
15 I wondered how he came here.
16 Developing an enterprise SOA middleware requires advance planning about how many SOAs can be grouped together as the middleware application.
17 I don't know how poor people got through those cold winters.
18 You have to reflect on how to answer his questions before you get to his house.
19 How far should we expect the drunk to be?
20 How do you expect people to go where you want them to go if they do not even know where to go?
21 How did he expect anyone to measure up to this?
22 Historical records say that it reached Italy via sailors coming from the Caspian Sea, but how it got to the Caspian we do not know.
23 you? How do you rev your idea engine? Please comment and share.
24 He listened to what I had to say without much comment, then changed the subject to how I did the job.
25 How do we transform one type of file to another?
26 So, how can you ensure that the file is compatible?
27 But how does the server know where and under what name the file gets saved in the library?
28 They explain how they created a spooky meal to be eaten by the audience at an immersive theatre event, which involved lots of experiments to devise "edible blood".
29 Some companies routinely ask "How did you hear about us?" of every new customer who phones or visits.
30 That means conforming to office norms about dress and conduct and even small things like how phones are answered or how meetings are run.