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No. sentence
61 You only live once, you only get one bite at the apple, I suggest you go after your dreams.
62 The whole flock swirled down to her shoulders to peck at the apple.
63 As he walked past the tree, an apple dropped from it.
64 So he finally ate the apple.
65 What have you learned from the design of Apple products?
66 Have you noticed that most of the security practitioners you meet or work with have already switched to Apple?
67 The lakes and Wells all dried up during the drought.
68 The money I owed him and that he owes me cancel each other out.
69 They contributed food and clothing for the refugees.
70 He heaped the diamonds up and said they were all his.
71 The doll pivots at the waist and neck.
72 We should right the poor and the oppressed.
73 This time the teacher will not mark our English exercises for spelling and grammar, but she will be looking for pleasing expression.
74 We boxed the house and garden in with fences.
75 The madman flung away his watch and his wallet.
76 They disagreed with each other about the time and place of the accident.
77 The dog bit me on the leg.
78 you mind backing off a bit, Sir, while we clear this wreck out of the way?
79 Please open the train [car] window a bit [crack; fraction].
80 There, the dog bit his leg.
81 But tell me, dear reader, what do you make of this? I'm all for a bit of insouciance with a greenwash, but would it go with the rug?
82 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).
83 But I am lucky because we did get a little bit of the tsunami but nothing like what they got up north.
84 They understand the data far better than we do, so a little bit of effective collaboration with them can dramatically reduce overall development costs.
85 The slops she threw down sprinkled me all over.
86 here that we dossed down for our first night in the forest.
87 The policeman noted down every word I said.
88 All rivers run down to the sea.
89 No conclusion should be drawn before all the facts are buttoned down.
90 The opposition plucked the Chancellor down from his high position.