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|1.||“Adie,” he says quietly. When she looks at him, he points to the coat rack filled with belts and purses and asks if she wants one.||1|
|2.||“However, we will continue to monitor changes in behaviour to ensure we can adapt as we need to and, if necessary, bring to bear the considerable flexibility we have, ” said Fontenla-Novoa.||1|
|3.||“I can see why people are concerned that if a person makes a quick online donation, and does nothing else, it is slacktivism,” said Britt Bravo, author of the Have Fun, Do Good blog.||1|
|4.||“If you're going through something unpleasant—like a root canal—the smell of baby powder will help you feel as if time were going by faster by up to 57 percent,” reports Esquire.||1|
|5.||“People want to prove the Bible is true. if they can find the ark on Mount Ararat, it proves there was a Noah and a universal flood and it’s all true, ” he says.||1|
|6.||( if only stacks at a single plant are involved, this concept is called " netting ".||1|
|7.||(And think about this: if your kids are in high school, they probably know someone who's engaged in Satanism of some kind. It has become rampant).||1|
|8.||(First-year workers can make as little as $90 a month if they do not work overtime.) That doesn't include about $60 a month in housing and food subsidies, plus health insurance.||1|
|9.||(HealthDay News a new study suggests fit is where it's at -- even if you're fat.||1|
|10.||(John 16:13) if you imagine discipleship as a physical journey, then you can easily see that the more time you spend with Jesus, the more you will begin to understand his way of thinking.||1|
|11.||(WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.) — Coral reefs are dying, and scientists and governments around the world are contemplating what will happen if they disappear altogether.||1|
|12.||' As to getting on, ' said Solomon good-naturedly, 'it would be odd if I couldn't get on without a young dog like you a great deal better than with you.||1|
|13.||' Cause if you did , I'm going to be a whole lot nicer to you.||1|
|14.||' Looking at various individuals, he added: 'Pirlo has some pain in his adductor muscle, if he's not fit then Vogel will come in.||1|
|15.||'Ah, that's the secret, ' said Joan Durbeyfield sagely. 'However, tis well to be kin to a coach, even if you don't ride in 'en.||1|
|16.||'And if I say no?' she ventured.||1|
|17.||'And if you buy the record it's your choice isn't it.'--'Quite'.||1|
|18.||'And who is Dinah, if I might venture to ask the question?' said the Lory.||1|
|19.||'As if it wasn't trouble enough hatching the eggs, ' said the Pigeon; 'but I must be on the look-out for serpents night and day!||1|
|20.||'Catch me if you can,' she said with a giggle.||1|
|21.||'Could I have a word?'--'Oh dear, if you must.'.||1|
|22.||'Current prices are acceptable, and if iron ore rises to $160-$170 a ton, we'll still be able to buy, ' said a purchasing manager at a major steelmaker in China.||1|
|23.||'Do you mind if I put the television on?' 'No, not in the least.'||1|
|24.||'Don't be too upset if he doesn't come,' said Drew in an undertone.||1|
|25.||'Don't say that, Miss Manette, for you would have reclaimed me, if anything could.||1|
|26.||'Don't say that, Miss Manette, for you would have reclaimed me, if anything could. This website||1|
|27.||'How big was the bomb, if it did all that damage?' 'I don't know. Not my field' .||1|
|28.||'I could have stood it if it hadn't been for one thing,'he said.||1|
|29.||'I guess you guys don't mind if I smoke?' he drawled.||1|
|30.||'I wonder if I shall ever see them again,' he mused.||1|
ifs (plural noun)
- (introducing a conditional clause) on the condition or supposition that; in the event that.
- despite the possibility that; no matter whether.
- (often used in indirect questions) whether.
- expressing a polite request.
- expressing an opinion.
- expressing surprise or regret.
- (with implied reservation) and perhaps not.
- a condition or supposition.
- intermediate frequency.
- on one occasion or for one time only.
- at some time in the past; formerly.