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1 She remained behind the leading students for the first two years and surpassed them in the last year.
2 Through those long years of imprisonment and torture, he remained faithful and unyielding.
3 of One remained a nurturing, matriarchal spiritual culture, while the Aryan grew into a powerful military corporate society, dominated by the upper class.
4 People under the influence of alcohol sometimes find themselves in dangerous or compromising situations where they would not be had they remained sober.
5 man in the buttoned-up coat walked to the extremity of the shore, and remained there in thought for a moment, his fists clenched, his eyes searching.
6 The snag is that unprofitable companies, which should have been squeezed out by competition, have remained alive because it is so hard to fire workers.
7 Anyway we stayed there an hour or so, and as I was the only one in condition to enjoy the privileges of the house, Collins and Fillmore remained downstairs chattering with the girls.
8 Denis Thatcher accompanied his wife to the palace; like Prime Ministers' spouses before him, he remained downstairs to chat with the Queen's aides.
9 With the economic climate improving, volumes bounced back in 2010, although they remained 5% below the peak.
10 Although we remained friends through the ongoing arguments about money and emotional slights, getting back together did not seem to be an option.
11 Scientific literature has been littered with studies over the past 40 years documenting the superior language skills of girls, but the biological reason why has remained a mystery until now.
12 has endured through many transformations of ideology and purpose, but at its best remained faithful to a vision of disinterested pursuit and transmission of knowledge.
13 Mother Jondrette had opened it, and now remained in the corridor making a horrible, amiable grimace, which one of the holes of the dark-lantern illuminated from below.
14 The dialogue remained light and friendly.
15 In Japan, because people will be less, although there are a large number of rural surplus labor transfer, but not high concentration of land, remained small-scale production.
16 However, the North remained silent as the final hours of 2007 ticked away.
17 strike by South African port and railroad workers entered its second week Monday as talks on a pay increase remained deadlocked.
18 He remained in this situation, and would have so remained indefinitely, even until daybreak, had not the clock struck one — the half or quarter hour.
19 In contrast, studies on dogs and cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, zebra fish, fruit flies and other animals have remained about the same.
20 Tea remained in Chinese hands for centuries, before foreign explorers brought this to an enthusiastic public in Europe and other places.
21 Between the clouds, however, a silvery-gray streak of oil remained visible offshore of the Mississippi River Delta.
22 Few collections could claim to have never been disturbed, yet the innumerable volumes that surrounded him had remained inviolate for seven centuries.
23 His daughter-in-law, on perceiving him through the window, immediately escaped to the kitchen, so that I remained alone.
24 But the risk of a secondary catastrophe, of disease and starvation, remained high.
25 Finally, in the summer of 1862, he issued a preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, to take effect on January 1, 1863, which would free slaves in those states which remained in rebellion.
26 For example, coverage of harm reduction programmes remained limited in 2009.
27 Some sharp disputes remained involving the new police force and the schedule and method of putting arms beyond use.
28 more than one minute our foreign guests remained standing still gaping at this wonder of the world — the Great Wall.
29 With a bumpy recovery and weak demand conditions, unemployment remained high in the first quarter of 2010, followed by a drop in April, likely reflecting seasonal gains in employment.
30 For the past few years this has remained relatively constant—buoyed partly by the weak pound—but, as the chart shows, the trend over the decade to 2007 was slightly downward.