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1 The world exists, whether you like it or not.
2 I like him all the better for his criticism.
3 It tells people a little bit about me and about what I like to do.
4 A little bit like some of you perhaps.
5 But I am lucky because we did get a little bit of the tsunami but nothing like what they got up north.
6 When you hear the word "yoga," do you think of a person with his legs twisted up like a pretzel?
7 For every healthy, valuable cub, it is thought that many are born with ailments like shortened tendons, club foot, kidney problems, malformed backbones, contorted necks, and twisted faces.
8 I'm happy to know my arugula will not turn up on the plate tasting like a plastic bag, and that my lamb nibbled only on tender herbs and grasses.
9 New York is like many big, crowded cities in having plenty of art to bump into - or drop or toss in the trash or surrender to the cosmic banana peel.
10 If you like it, take it, then.
11 I like fish. I never ate trout before in Russia.
12 Would it not be better if they spent more money on wholesome things like oranges and wholemeal bread, or if they... ate their carrots raw?
13 purists swear by Alphonsos, while those who like a bit more flesh and some juice go for the Malgova.
14 Crocodiles, in fact, do not particularly like human flesh.
15 often have we heard of someone who is an excellent employee but treats his or her spouse like a piece of furniture?
16 I like this style.
17 I like it because it's nice and sweet.
18 I like meat.It tastes nice!
19 We can go to a very nice restaurant or a nightclub. Whatever you like.
20 Please taste this to see if you like it.
21 tiger opened its mouth and grinned like a hungry god; which is how tigers grin.
22 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.
23 Cheshire Puss,' she began, rather timidly, as she did not at all know whether it would like the name: however, it only grinned a little wider.
24 the human ear, it may not sound like anything.
25 She looked at me, then put the car up to her ear like a phone.
26 Scientists also have tried to grow human organs in animals that could one day be transplanted back into humans _ like a mouse onto whose back scientists grew a human ear.
27 Because it sounds more violent, more like murder. A matter of ear.
28 Some common fruit trees such as sweet cherries and McIntosh apples have to be grafted. Grafting is also used to produce seedless fruits like navel oranges and seedless watermelons.
29 If you have multiple lists sharing the same sublist, it looks like a tree graphically, but because the lists only go in a straight sequence, you cannot access the other branches from any other branch.
30 Just like line coverage, if there are two branches in a particular method and both were covered through tests, then you could say the method has 100% branch coverage.