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1 He bet on that horse.
2 That depends on how you tackle the problem.
3 We say of an apple that it is round and red.
4 Of course I have nothing against Apple. If they say in advance no tethering, those who work on that should expect to be banned.
5 Apple says all phones have this problem - yeah, they have that problem after you fix the problem with touching the antenna.
6 Have you noticed that most of the security practitioners you meet or work with have already switched to Apple?
7 In that case he and she must have plotted this together.
8 This wheel engages with that wheel and turns it.
9 The money I owed him and that he owes me cancel each other out.
10 Yeah, well, we hope we are doing a bit more than that.
11 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.
12 here that we dossed down for our first night in the forest.
13 I agree that she is the ablest of us.
14 few people know about him is that he has left behind a trail of emotional destruction, having spent decades abusing vulnerable individuals for his own twisted purposes.
15 For every healthy, valuable cub, it is thought that many are born with ailments like shortened tendons, club foot, kidney problems, malformed backbones, contorted necks, and twisted faces.
16 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.
17 That chick pecks out an earthworm from the earth.
18 It is an anthology that crackles with wit and wisdom.
19 He requested that the Premier grant him an interview.
20 It was an election that benched him in the district court.
21 He peeled the bark off that tree.
22 Do you know the name of that tree?
23 I'm happy to know my arugula will not turn up on the plate tasting like a plastic bag, and that my lamb nibbled only on tender herbs and grasses.
24 I found the sandwich he was talking about and a piece of cheese that he had nibbled at beside it.
25 Not only that, it can give us nourishment at any time, though they are nibbled for several thousands of years, they are still fresh.
26 One of the uncertainties of military duty is that you never know when you might suddenly get posted away.
27 Today, 166 years later, we are still suffering from the problems that were already correctly diagnosed by Robert Peel.
28 Once that protection is lost, and the integrity of the skin barrier disrupted, skin becomes dry - which means it can crack, peel, itch, burn, sting, or any combination," says Crutchfield.
29 Even oranges don't eat the whole peel, but keep the pith, that white stringy stuff; it's packed with flavonoids.
30 They believed that no one was watching and then escaped.