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1 He used me worse than ever.
2 Yeah, well, we hope we are doing a bit more than that.
3 They understand the data far better than we do, so a little bit of effective collaboration with them can dramatically reduce overall development costs.
4 We ate better than we did at home," Linebarrier says.
5 However, it soon grew clear that the hour of emancipation for that little prisoner of the flesh was to arrive earlier than her worst misgivings had conjectured.
6 He grinned more to himself than to me.
7 His mind was sharper than you'd think, looking at his sagging, stubbled face, and I grinned, though I was becoming more and more reluctant to indulge him.
8 I'll go out of doors, or anywhere, rather than have your disagreeable voice in my ear! "said my lady."
9 consequence, the lasers have to be constructed separately and then grafted onto the chips, which is more expensive and time-consuming than building them directly on silicon would be.
10 Cool climatic conditions like those typically found in New Zealand generate much higher levels of these chemicals at comparable stages of berry ripening than do warmer climes.
11 This wine's wonderful bouquet of blackberry pie, port, spice and toffee owes much to the ripening of grape substances other than sugar.
12 Not because he would suddenly have ceased to believe in his mission-he was too enlightened to be a skeptic-but because death for others is harder to bear than one's own death.
13 They have more dam rights than I do to live and enjoy Spring Pond.
14 It was a late autumn evening with few pale stars and a moon no larger than the paring of a finger-nail.
15 smaller than a chef knife and larger than a paring knife, usually with about a 6 inch blade.
16 But those round Palmyra are not merely smaller, they are smaller than they would be if they were not hunted.
17 I just wish they would have implemented all the changes for the 2013 race and given people plenty of advance notice, rather than crushing those who thought they had finally reached their goal.
18 Oceanlevels are rising around the globe, so rather than tethering ourbuildings to the sinking shoreline why not suit them for a life at sea?
19 I expect it to earn its cost in less than three years.
20 I have reached an age where they really shouldn't have to worry about me, but here I am, worrying them terribly for the second time in less than a year.
21 So any deal reached now would in practice be nothing more than a deal to slash Social Security and Medicare with no lasting improvement in the deficit.
22 When was the last time you bought a newspaper to find out who won the match, rather than for comment and analysis?
23 Otherwise, you would have to establish the same file location in every single asset registry, rather than specifying it once.
24 Not more than a quarter of your income should go in rent.
25 Ubiquitous devices, including smart phones, display far more than a few seconds, but they can't be rolled up like a newspaper.
26 While some of us may know more about this than others, it is a fact of life, and there is no way around it.
27 But Peck's Finch is a whole lot calmer, and better groomed, than Tracy's Darrow, just as Paul Newman's Frank Galvin, in "The Verdict" (1982), is less angry, if equally downcast.
28 I have a good memory so I learn more quickly than others.
29 To be successful selling to them, you have to cater to their emotions and concerns more than ever before, even when selling products that men traditionally buy.
30 You can feed better here than in most other cities.