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1 Not only that, it can give us nourishment at any time, though they are nibbled for several thousands of years, they are still fresh.
2 Morgiana obeyed, though with no little reluctance, and had a curiosity to see this man who ate no salt.
3 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.
4 Though hobbled by strokes and blindness, he now grinned from ear to ear at the prospect of power.
5 She cherished the child as though he were her own.
6 Though his favorite movies include classics like Citizen Kane, The Grapes of Wrath, and Stairway to Heaven, Sondheim says he dislikes movie musicals.
7 Though not all fruits have high satiety, there are some, such as apples, grapes and bananas that will leave you feeling full.
8 There was now employment for the whole party; for though they could not all talk, they could all eat; and the beautiful pyramids of grapes, nectarines, and peaches soon collected them round the table.
9 He breezed through the song as though had been singing it for years.
10 Even though all Amish men and women marry, you will not see a wedding ring, for even this simplest type of jewelry is banned among them.
11 Operator: Yeah I know. Where do you live though?
12 How do you know what to buy, though?
13 Another aspect, though, is that the US invested its money abroad at high returns, while the rest of the world invested in the US at low returns.
14 That seems to be the most that can be hoped for, though a renewal of rocket attacks on southern Israel, once Hamas recovers, is as certain as day follows night.
15 Though North Korea is one of the world's poorest countries, its skill with missiles and rockets has improved steadily since it first acquired a missile from Egypt around 1980.
16 I have family and friends who have had swine flu, though I doubt if they appear in the figures.
17 Even though I have been a TT user for years, I found new information on almost every page, either in a function or in an example given.
18 For benchmarking it though I decided to run it on my Windows 7 SP 1 system so that the forthcoming Internet Explorer 9 could get its innings in.
19 Not everything can be explained through physics, though.
20 Atheist though he was, he saw the Narmada as a goddess whose beauty should be decorated only with micro-dams on a human scale.
21 Melanic forms, though, are particularly prevalent in species with complicated lives—those that inhabit a range of habitats, are active both day and night, and move between the ground and the trees.
22 Like all outdoor-minded people, we inhabit the current season, whichever it is, with passion, though we also take great pleasure in anticipating the next one as well.
23 Generation by generation, though, Guan's children and grandchildren climbed higher up the educational ladder, and as they climbed they gathered the material fruit that came of their learning.
24 Republicans have still demurred; they consider eliminating loopholes tantamount to raising taxes, though it could equally be argued that it is the same as cutting spending.
25 He loved the product, though.
26 though, let us look at the product itself and its main components.
27 Eventually the indefatigable collector would like to establish a museum, though he has yet to decide where it should be.
28 Though some specifics of security can be part of the policy, not all the security requirements need to be part of the policy.
29 In a nutshell, though, this grabs all the img elements in a particular div, named "images", and then finds all those images in the "preview" CSS class.
30 You can override all the parameters on the command line, if you want to experiment with the net to discover how it does with various options — each run might take a while, though.