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1 still a bit left. Can you eat some more?
2 Yeah, well, we hope we are doing a bit more than that.
3 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?
4 purists swear by Alphonsos, while those who like a bit more flesh and some juice go for the Malgova.
5 Nevertheless to abide in the flesh is more needful for you.
6 Yes, it’s always nice to have more money to spend, but I think it’s important to spend more time with my family.
7 He grinned more to himself than to me.
8 His mind was sharper than you'd think, looking at his sagging, stubbled face, and I grinned, though I was becoming more and more reluctant to indulge him.
9 Because it sounds more violent, more like murder. A matter of ear.
10 Since the new tree was unable to reproduce naturally, caretakers amputated some of its limbs and grafted them onto other citrus trees to produce more of the desirable fruit.
11 consequence, the lasers have to be constructed separately and then grafted onto the chips, which is more expensive and time-consuming than building them directly on silicon would be.
12 We can't get any more people onto this train.
13 The fully-grown fruit (to use a more delicate expression) should be soft, brown and with a specific aroma which it acquires only by ripening for a few weeks.
14 Those who sit down for meals eat better and often have more fruit and vegetables in their diets.
15 could consume no more of the strawberries he filled her little basket with them; and then the two passed round to the rose trees, whence he gathered blossoms and gave her to put in her bosom.
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17 They have more dam rights than I do to live and enjoy Spring Pond.
18 She declined to say more about the plan.
19 those sagging shelves with more crosspieces.
20 The work will be more fruitful under this plan.
21 You should bestow more time to work and less to daydreaming.
22 So any deal reached now would in practice be nothing more than a deal to slash Social Security and Medicare with no lasting improvement in the deficit.
23 Not more than a quarter of your income should go in rent.
24 call you back tomorrow morning when I get more information.
25 The rest of us see our purchasing power eaten away by rising prices for gasoline, cereal, bread, and a lot more.
26 pump is driven by phytoplankton, the tiny plants that constantly convert sunlight and CO2 into more plants, half of which die or are eaten by zooplankton.
27 Ubiquitous devices, including smart phones, display far more than a few seconds, but they can't be rolled up like a newspaper.
28 As Apple scrambles to add new features in order to capture back some of that market, its phones will inevitably slowly become a little more complex, too.
29 While some of us may know more about this than others, it is a fact of life, and there is no way around it.
30 She was enjoined to live more frugally.