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1 took me so long to walk through the deep snow.
2 The boy was always late because it took so long to get dressed.
3 So he finally ate the apple.
4 Whenever I think of this humorous bit of wisdom, it reminds me to not take my life so seriously.
5 So maybe I should stop describing my life, start showing what happens instead, but I'll get to that bit in a bit, so to speak.
6 They understand the data far better than we do, so a little bit of effective collaboration with them can dramatically reduce overall development costs.
7 me up so I can look in the window.
8 I said that I was surprised I looked so normal, that I wasn't the horribly twisted and cadaverous figure I had always imagined myself to be.
9 He stalled the police for ten minutes so his accomplice could get away.
10 So it is with the absurd: it is a question of breathing with it, of recognizing its lessons and recovering their flesh.
11 The great mystery of the incarnation is that God became human in Jesus so that all human flesh could be clothed with divine life.
12 The farm was so large that they subdivided it to sell.
13 Fold a piece of paper round the flowers so that they'll be easier to carry.
14 was the summer, so it was really nice.
15 Our hosts are not so nice as those of other dogs.
16 They strongly advised me not to do so.
17 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.
18 You could even cut the branch on which the snake is, so the snake falls and not you.
19 So if the results are different, do you branch or not?
20 Because it gets my focus off myself and onto God so I can talk to Him and not at Him.
21 Of course, being vegetarian does not protect you from growthagents in watermelons or fake grapes, so many of the new-wave vegetarians goorganic as well.
22 The fruit was so heavy that it weighed the branches down.
23 So what have we learned, and what do those lessons tell us about the current likelihood of a crisis turning into a market-shaking bear?
24 These producers may not want to bear the risk of what future spot prices will be, so they may contract in futures markets to sell their future outputs at market-determined prices.
25 team at BLOSSOMS has set it up so that nearly anyone who thinks they have something valuable to share can do their part at educating the public.
26 A short way off stood the dining hall,where I found a tree hearing snore-white blossoms so graceful and soft to the touch,Viewed together from the distance, they were as beautiful as a bridal veil.
27 We encounter so many problems in our work.
28 We arrived early at the theatre so as to preempt the front seats.
29 So anyway, I did that this time, back in the Spring.
30 So you see, there are really two answers to the question when is the first day of spring.