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1 The teacher divided the class and took one section to the library and left the other to write an article.
2 The contract admits of no other interpretation.
3 The money I owed him and that he owes me cancel each other out.
4 They disagreed with each other about the time and place of the accident.
5 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.
6 She excelled all other authors of her day.
7 our opinions diverge from each other.
8 Our hosts are not so nice as those of other dogs.
9 They coped with each other for the prize.
10 If your model has big ears, then turn their head so only one is showing and then feather the light so that the other ear will fall into shadows and not be noticeable.
11 He was reading the plays of Shakespeare when I met him in the library the other day.
12 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.
13 This means, for example, throwing out the idea that any international model — say, the Anglo-American version — can be imposed or grafted onto other cultures.
14 However, TQM cannot simply be grafted onto these systems or onto certain other non-TQM management systems.
15 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.
16 We may indeed graft living branch to living tree, or living part of animal or man to other living part, but it is not life with which we are working; it is form only.
17 He doesn't like guests, especially journalists, leaves his hut only once a month and avoids people but the villagers still like him because he sells them grapes and other fruits at a rather low price.
18 Thanks to all the spinach, carrots, mangoes, grapes and other ingredients, David says he hasn't had a cold or the flu in 20 years.
19 They are friends rivaling with each other in technological design.
20 This wine's wonderful bouquet of blackberry pie, port, spice and toffee owes much to the ripening of grape substances other than sugar.
21 I was playing a game the other day, in which you have to come up with fruit that starts with every letter of the alphabet.
22 In return, she won a commitment that Banks and other creditors-and not just taxpayers-would have to bear some of the burden.
23 We should advise each other.
24 The children always fight each other over who should have the best seat.
25 They support each other in their work.
26 Christ preached that we should love each other.
27 We expect politicians to defame each other in an election year.
28 Come again some other time.
29 Multiple teams - what if other teams are publishing to the trunk as well?
30 The other arrows represent publishing steps that are possible, but are not encountered during every day use.