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1 All of us ought to go.
2 I think I ought to cut in on what they are doing.
3 Your son ought to be inoculated against smallpox.
4 Anyone who's visiting in Beijing ought to go and see the Palace Museum.
5 We have a city that ought to be half its size," says Mr Bing.
6 Instead you ought to say, "If the Lord wills, we will live and do this or that."
7 You ought to kick back at such malicious slander.
8 Yet, on the contrary to studies in other disciplines, studies in the discipline of strategic management often overlooks to make linkages from 'what is' to' what ought to be '.
9 He has always been of the opinion that university students ought to have a wider range of knowledge.
10 We ought to regulate our daily life.
11 Maybe we ought to let them go.
12 Ought promotion to go by seniority or by abilities?
13 She ought to be not born without legs, but was wounded later.
14 If policymakers failed as miserably as Mr Stiglitz believes, then he ought to be far more worried about the potential for government failure in the future.
15 They ought to finish ploughing the south field by tomorrow.
16 Obviously, incontestably, by every measure of conventional decency and professional ethics, the teacher ought not to have leaned over towards the schoolboy in the passenger’s seat that first night.
17 Now more than ever, the power of storytelling ought to be harnessed.
18 We ought to be doing things that are romantic," he said, adding that nobody knew yet how to build sails big and thin enough for serious travel.
19 They like fees no doubt — ought to like them; yet the entire object of their lives is not fees.
20 You ought to therefore love it!
21 How has it been used previously and why is it exactly this chair here and not another chair which perhaps ought to have been here?
22 You ought to be ashamed of your foolish behaviour.
23 He fell face down upon the bed, saying I ought first at leastto give the coin to some child. A child could buy any number of things with apenny.
24 The European Commission’s president, José Manuel Barroso, promoted Lady Ashton because, as a serving commissioner, she ought to be more loyal than a newcomer.
25 The polonium itself, with its rarity and trail of irradiated locations (see article) ought to be a telling clue.
26 Women ought to be free — as free as we are," he declared, making a discovery of which he was too irritated to measure the terrific consequences.
27 I ought first to have asked your consent.
28 Now that we're in Europe we ought to visit the Netherlands.
29 He reminded me that I ought to do it at once.
30 You might not think we ought to do that, but we do.