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|1.||'England is famous for its food,' she said with heavy irony.||1|
|2.||'Good of you to arrive on time,' George said, with heavy sarcasm .||1|
|3.||'Of course Michael won't be late; you know how punctual he always is,' she said with heavy irony.||1|
|4.||'Of course,' she said, her voice heavy with sarcasm.||1|
|5.||'That will be useful,' she snapped with heavy sarcasm .||1|
|6.||'You've got a heavy load on that sledge, ' said one of them 'Why don't you leave the tent here in Skagway?'||1|
|7.||"An acquisition by Hyundai heavy will help Hyundai Corp boost its trading business and invest in overseas resources development for its long-term growth," KEB said.||1|
|8.||"As Spinal Tap understood heavy metal and Dr Strangelove the Cold War, " says the film's production company, Warp Films, "Four Lions understands modern British jihadis."||1|
|9.||"Denial is dangerous when it comes to your health. It exacts a heavy toll down the road," Alan Muney, executive vice president of Oxford, said in a statement.||1|
|10.||"Greater fuel economy will shrink fuel costs for small businesses that depend on pickups and heavy-duty vehicles, shipping companies and cities and towns with fleets of these vehicles," she said.||0|
|11.||"How generous of you," he drawled with heavy sarcasm.||1|
|12.||"I know that it is a heavy lift to do something as substantial as we're doing right now, " he said.||1|
|13.||"I suppose we'd better get back to work," he said with a heavy sigh.||1|
|14.||"It's very heavy-handed of the OMB to come in and regulate peer review, " Waxman charges.||0|
|15.||"Of course, I've already received a call from a paintball guy who wants a safety mask that won't fog from heavy breathing, " Rubner says.||1|
|16.||"The acquisition of a flagship enterprise like Huiyuan would deal a heavy blow to the whole industry, " he added.||1|
|17.||"The terraces behind the House of the Moralist have collapsed, bringing down the garden wall," Pompeii superintendency said in an emailed statement, blaming the heavy rainfall for the smashup.||1|
|18.||"There was continuous machine gun fire and very loud, heavy explosions which were rattling the windows of houses across Sana'a, " recalled Finn.||1|
|19.||"There will come a time when I will ask for more money on heavy lift, " he said.||1|
|20.||"We are agents of the Committee, and we have a warrant to expropriate this house, " announced one of the guards, a short and plump man with a heavy black beard.||1|
|21.||"We can't even use the snow blower because the snow is so heavy, " Burckson said.||1|
|22.||"You have been working hard, " he said with heavy sarcasm, as he looked at the empty page.||1|
|23.||"You pretend very well, " said Tyrion, examining a shirt of heavy iron mail so full of holes that it almost looked moth-eaten.||1|
|24.||"Your skills amaze me," she said, with heavy sarcasm.||1|
|25.||2013 is the high- speed railway equipment industry growth in the 5 - year, high- speed and heavy -duty rolling stock procurement is the key word.||1|
|26.||A "three-in-one" sign can be as the prospecting model for primary kimberlite. One aspect of the sign is anomalies of heavy placer minerals in which the pyrope with high Cr and low Ca occurs.||1|
|27.||A 20-knot northeast wind was raising heavy seas.||1|
|28.||A 6 inch arc being drawn to a hand-held metal wrench from the new Heavy-Duty Model One Tesla Coil.||0|
|29.||A baby carriage was overturned, and a heavy rain of black ash descended for a long while afterward.||1|
|30.||A beautiful heavy, hard, and strong hardwood tree . This is used for furniture, millwork and paneling.||1|
heavier (comparative adjective) · heaviest (superlative adjective)
- of great weight; difficult to lift or move.
- of great density; thick or substantial.
- of more than the usual size, amount, or force.
- striking or falling with force.
- needing much physical effort.
- very important or serious.
heavies (plural noun)