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1 If you can use a word correctly and effectively, you comprehend it.
2 The policeman noted down every word I said.
3 When you hear the word "yoga," do you think of a person with his legs twisted up like a pretzel?
4 face set when he heard such a word.
5 I suggest writing it down word for word.
6 I will not breathe a word of your secret to another man.
7 warm applause succeeded each of his word.
8 The teacher flashed up each word to see if the children would recognize it.
9 If crows did not invent the art of having the last word, they are among its most ecstatic practitioners.
10 Actually, it begins and ends with eye contact, because if she realizes you haven't focused on her eyes for even two consecutive seconds, she'll lose attention before you even say a word.
11 He wrote down every word the teacher said.
12 When you see an unfamiliar word in a book, magazine, manual, etc., do not skip over it impatiently.
13 They echoed every word of their leader.
14 says the dongbula is "the soul of the Kazakh people." "My mother is illiterate, but she knows every word to 156 folk songs," Aalatengwula says.
15 Instead, without reference to God or his Word, be yourself.
16 I propose that we use the word specification instead.
17 As soon as she mentions the word "overqualified," politely ask for more details.
18 Yuxi" word 19 paintings for the FY-shield month, a hard lot of difficult, serious, can cause the insolvency of the number of killed is not Kyrgyzstan.
19 British Media coined a new word - "Peking Pound" for Chinese huge purchasing power.
20 If only they wouldn't use the word "hurt" I might be able to get somewhere. But I did not allow myself to be hurried or disturbed but speaking quietly and slowly I approached the child again.
21 After fishing for right word, I decided to look in the dictionary.
22 word, you really have gone native, haven't you," said Sister Mary gaily, as she bustled out.
23 Sure, we could just say "This concert is awesome," but the addition of the swear word emphasizes the emotional reaction we have toward it - and easily conveys that emotional reaction to others.
24 I used this word from carelessness.
25 This word is seldom used on ordinary occasions.
26 I have run down the word in my dictionary eventually.
27 The word was borrowed from French into English.
28 If you act on the Word, trouble will not destroy you and your household.
29 A SNP is a variation in just one nucleotide of a genetic sequence; think of it as a spelling change affecting just one letter in an uncommonly long word.
30 Later I tried all out to look up the word, but failed because I did not know its spelling.