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1 The boy was always late because it took so long to get dressed.
2 She was paring an apple with a knife when I came in.
3 This sack of rice was destroyed [bit] by rats and insects.
4 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.
5 his hand, twisted free of the chain, and here he was running and crawling, until he was through a doorway.
6 sash was of finely twisted linen and blue, purple and scarlet yarn-the work of an embroiderer-as the Lord commanded Moses.
7 What an inspiration she was to all around her!
8 It was an election that benched him in the district court.
9 His friends fell off one by one when he was in adversity.
10 The black tree was clearly defined against a yellow sky.
11 was reduced to a kind of nibbled cheese rind, and it always disappeared before we expected it to.
12 I found the sandwich he was talking about and a piece of cheese that he had nibbled at beside it.
13 He betrayed neither haste nor agitation; and while he was wrapping up the Bishop's candlesticks, he nibbled at a piece of black bread.
14 Now he was very grave; he leaned towards her, and she smelled the warm, stinging scent of the orange peel."
15 They believed that no one was watching and then escaped.
16 Maybe it was something I ate?
17 My ankle was as red as the sky with a perfect globe, right on the bone where there is absolutely no flesh but just a huge vein under the skin.
18 This was simply used to slowly tear the flesh from its victim, often times all the way down to the bone.
19 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.
20 I was terrified and couldn't eat properly because I thought the meat on sale was human flesh.
21 Tom was punished for talking back to the teacher.
22 Tom was too clever for us.
23 The farm was so large that they subdivided it to sell.
24 The shop was mobbed by a large crowd.
25 was on Monday night that all this happened.
26 Mary was very shy before she met Jack; he brought her out a lot.
27 Yeah, I was really struggling whether I should give you this nice little car.
28 I did was be nice to you.
29 was the summer, so it was really nice.
30 Thank you for telling me that was nice and brave.