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# the momentum in a sentence

1.
**The momentum** achieved must be sustained."

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**The momentum** of the attack subsided.

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That changed **the momentum** of the war.

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**The momentum** of the House was against him.

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But **the momentum** of popularity had its drawbacks.

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However, he didn't keep up with **the momentum**.

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However, **the momentum** did not continue.

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Accordingly, **the momentum** equation becomes.

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In the fourth quarter, **the momentum** shifted.

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**The momentum** conjugate to φ is the constant.

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**The momentum** continued;

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Once more **the momentum** slowed.

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Once more, Ravel breaks **the momentum**.

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We had all **the momentum**;

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**The momentum** equation.

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In the fourth quarter, **the momentum** shifted.

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The play changed **the momentum** of the game.

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Tennessee then took **the momentum**.

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In the fourth quarter, **the momentum** shifted.

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**The momentum** swung in Australia's favour.

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Post-interval **the momentum** slackens.

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A fumble changed **the momentum** of the second half.

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**The momentum** continued throughout 2015.

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Auburn seized **the momentum** after that.

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Thus began **the momentum** behind Project 562.

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This is also called **the momentum** trim tab.

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He is a member of **the Momentum** Movement.

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Adapted from **the Momentum** liner notes.

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**The momentum** did not last, however.

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And Calgary has **the momentum**.

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- the 1999 Rome Masters
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- their only US Open encounter
- the retirement
- the 11-years-younger Federer
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