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|1.||“An actor may fumble his lines,” Clarence Darrow once wrote, “but a lawyer needs to be letter-perfect.”||1|
|2.||“Your boyfriend is a caveman,” may have been a compliment to some ancient humans.||1|
|3.||(Applause.) The 2009 National Medal of Arts to Maya Lin, for her profound work as an architect, artist, and environmentalist.||0|
|4.||(Check Credit Addict for competitive offers.) Your bank may not agree to match the terms, but it probably will.||1|
|5.||(Chirping sound.) That may not sound like much–but it's the loudest animal in the world. For its size, that is. The insect called the water boatman is two millimeters long.||1|
|6.||(Source; Voice of America news; issued may 29, 2007) Russia has successfully test-fired a new intercontinental ballistic missile and a tactical shorter range cruise missile.||1|
|7.||(Yea, a sword shall pierce through thy own soul also,) that the thoughts of many hearts may be revealed.||1|
|8.||(You can read the full decision here.)If the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals were to overturn Walker's decision, the Supreme Court may be less likely to rule on the case.||1|
|9.||'But everything's curious today. I think I may as well go in at once.||1|
|10.||'He's' may be a contraction of 'he is' or 'he has'.||1|
|11.||'Hello, may I speak to Jim Smith?' 'Yes, speaking' .||1|
|12.||'I am cool now,'said Monsieur the Marquis,'and may go to bed.'.||1|
|13.||'It may rain,' he observed.||1|
|14.||'It may seem like an all-powerful creditor and weak, supplicant debtors, but the debtor countries and the surplus country are locked in a mutual embrace that is problematic for both of them.||1|
|15.||'It was in April no, may,' he said, correcting himself.||1|
|16.||'Lord Jesus, I give myself to you for this day that your Holy Spirit may have His way in me today. ' Make that your morning prayer. 'THINE (not mine) IS THE POWER.||1|
|17.||'Okay, so maybe I was a little bit scared,' Jenny admitted.||1|
|18.||'she looks a little haggard, but not too thin. Maybe a little thinner than before.||0|
|19.||'Some have proposed it as another reference to 2012, but I remain rather unconvinced, ' said David Stuart, a specialist in Mayan epigraphy at the University of Texas at Austin.||0|
|20.||'Temporaries carries it all before 'em here, I find, but though there's a excellent party-wall between this house and the next, I mayn't exactly like to go to it, Mrs Richards, notwithstanding!'||1|
|21.||'The financial markets may not be recognizing the risks of a sudden drop-off. They're still not used to China's outsized swings.'||1|
|22.||'The introvert may shut out the extravert, perhaps while silently nodding, or stop trying to contribute,' she says.||1|
|23.||'This may have recalled the brave hand-to-hand combat of the Korean War and China's players may fight well, but this is still a loss of face, ' wrote a Weibo user going by the name of Liu Zhe.||2|
|24.||'Xerox' is a proprietary name and may not be used by other makers of photocopiers.||1|
|25.||'You may find it hurts a little at first.' 'Right.'||1|
|26.||" A bodybuilder, for example, may be 8% body fat, yet at two hundred and fifty pounds may be considered "over-weight" by a typical height-weight chart." (Body Composition vs.||2|
|27.||" Anyone can be a fisherman in may.||1|
|28.||" Ay, indeed! " cried good old Mr. Wilson. " What little bird of scarlet plumage may this be? ".||1|
|29.||" Come around, " he said, " the first of next week. I may make some changes then. "||1|
|30.||" Depending on the economic essence and speciality, the standpoint of "contingent stockholder"s equity" may be the best affirmance of ESO.||1|
mays (plural noun)
- expressing possibility.
- expressing permission.
- expressing a wish or hope.
Mays (plural noun) · one's May (noun) · one's Mays (plural noun)
- the hawthorn or its blossom.
- the fifth month of the year, in the northern hemisphere usually considered the last month of spring.