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1 Some urgent business took me away from Shanghai.
2 Beef up this report with some figures and facts.
3 still a bit left. Can you eat some more?
4 For example, suppose you do some bit manipulation in an integer variable and expect it to be of size 4: This may not be the case on all operating system platforms (see Listing 7).
5 A little bit like some of you perhaps.
6 Some people use their time and money badly and start at the top only to work down to the proper level of their poor abilities.
7 Even in the context of the bizarre, twisted fairy tale of Michael Jackson's life, the time he spent living in a converted cowshed in rural Ireland shortly before he died takes some believing.
8 You can hive off some of the work to us if necessary.
9 SOME members of North Korea's elite have long drunk the world's most expensive cognac and nibbled caviar.
10 He nipped away after giving me some COINS.
11 First, you peel and dice a potato. Then, dice some Onions and fry them with the potato and some olive oil in a pan.
12 After pushing back the cuticles, rub some lemon peel back and forth against the nail.
13 mother gave her son some berries.He ate them.
14 Yes, I ate some cake.
15 purists swear by Alphonsos, while those who like a bit more flesh and some juice go for the Malgova.
16 SSL can have some performance impacts because every piece of data sent to and from the server must be decrypted.
17 We can gain some time if we cut across this field.
18 I can smell some nice bread and biscuits.
19 In my experience, some people think about you, which is nice.
20 We have some nice strawberries.
21 Then when you start combining the use of transaction management and compensations with your business processes, you have some real nice abstractions to work with as you develop your applications.
22 She brewed some coffee for me.
23 She raged against her husband for some household affairs.
24 She scooped out some sugar from the mug.
25 She picked some flowers from the garden.
26 His speech gave us some enlightenment.
27 She gave me some medicine to dull the pain.
28 He gave his son some money for the purchase of his school books.
29 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.
30 Some common fruit trees such as sweet cherries and McIntosh apples have to be grafted. Grafting is also used to produce seedless fruits like navel oranges and seedless watermelons.