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    1. The television news was depressing, so rather than start crying I turned it off.
    2. I’m dreaming of Fresca strawberries, an everbearing variety that will produce fruit all summer, if I start the seeds 16 weeks before my last frost date (kitchengardenseeds.com ; (860) 567-6086).
    3. The truck failed to start.
    4. An already febrile atmosphere within the ground before the start had been stoked still further when France's players formed an arrow formation to face down the haka, and then advanced slowly over halfway as the capacity crowd roared.
    5. So I told this guy if he thought I was going to start putting out for a lousy part in some equity-waiver theater, he was out of his freeping mind.
    6. I seem to make fresh mistakes every time I start writing.
    7. It was only the most germinal idea, to start writing a book, originally.
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    1. And for a specialty style, like dreadlocks or the popular flat twist, in which the hair is coiled tightly against the scalp in braidlike rows, customers often visit far trendier salons where the simplest look starts at $100.
    2. Hey, Lucius, I just wanted to share a piece of personal information with you. I've got a... a chubby right now because [starts creaming] This is one of the most awesome experiences of my life!—Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
    3. When we reach the piano, Ormus sits down and starts to play a slow, haunting gospelly tune.
    4. Alex McLeish, perhaps mindful of the flak he has been taking from sections of the Villa support for a perceived negative style of play, handed starts to wingers Charles N'Zogbia and Albrighton.
    5. The bass starts on a low E, and the tenor comes in on the octave.
    6. The N.C.A.A. men’s basketball tournament starts this week, and your colleagues have asked you to participate in an officewide pool.
    7. The Listed John Dillon Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield on Australia Day is an option for Rok Posta, who has only been unplaced four times in his 20 starts.
    8. Drivers are allowed 5 minutes for warm-up before the race starts.
    9. Huntsman starts out with a vision of Theron that’s specific, unique, and weighted in character, but it trends throughout toward generic fantasy tropes and black-and-white morality, and climaxes in a thoroughly familiar face-off.
    10. He manages to abstain from smoking for weeks at a time, but then gives in and starts again. ‎
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    1. This idea that we must see through what we have started is specious, however good it may sound.
    2. He was so starry-eyed when he started, but reality ground him down, and he became both more realistic and more practical.
    3. As soon as the fight started, the guards came in swinging their sticks. ‎
    4. After so many days of rain, the kids started to get a bit stir-crazy.
    5. Murray started well against Marcos Baghdatis before slumping to defeat in straight sets and the British No1 admitted he may not have been mentally prepared for the rigours of the ATP Tour after a gruelling start to 2011.
    6. With this the second of three games in seven days for Stoke, it was hardly surprising to see nine changes from the side that started against Newcastle in the Premier League on Monday.
    7. They have been swamped ever since they started advertising.
    8. I believe we went off onto a tangent when we started talking about monkeys on unicycles at his retirement party.
    9. The company started packaging coffee for home consumption in 1965, and in 1972 was the first to sell it in teabaglike pods for making single cups.
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    1. The hero of the turf accepted this bet, and on the day appointed, just a minute before starting, qualified his stallion to run for the purse.
    2. This process has been developed into an [n]ladderane synthesis by starting with the dihydro derivative 5 of Smith’s diene and working in tandem.
    3. The result in Greece meant Tottenham could not progress, no matter how many goals they scored against Rovers but, after making nine changes to his starting line-up, Harry Redknapp will be pleased with the performance of his fringe players.
    4. The carbon-trading pact “has struggled with credibility from Day 1, given the starting overallocation of emissions allowances,” Alex Rau, of the carbon-trading firm Climate Wedge, said in an e-mail message.
    5. I had been out in the sun too long, and my nose was starting to peel.
    6. Let's pick off these issues starting from the top.
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