• These problems may appear and then disappear, sometimes resulting in long periods when there are no problems at all.

    VOA: special.2009.01.06

  • Then the first time so he came up a major third there and then quickly backed off with just a half step below it, which completely gave it a different feel.


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  • And then people started moving there and then began what people like to call "the hipster culture".


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  • What happens is your immune response goes haywire and then your body starts to attack itself, so theres a failure to shutdown.

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  • But it's some kind of gold cover and then there were two cherubim, these enormous winged lions that flanked the ark.


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  • And then it tuned and ran toward Henderson Creek where it knew there was food and a fire.

    VOA: special.2010.05.01

  • And then there's a cold reservoir T2 at some lower temperature T2.


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  • Then comes hope with a sweet smile and says softly, 'There is joy in forgetting one's self.'

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  • You know, I mean right now it's me and whoever it was and me and my roommate Dustin and just come sitting there work serially on a new project and then finishing it and then planning how on doing the next project.


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  • There are concerns that some could accept the standards and then lack the money to follow them.

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  • There is technical access, just how do you get to the site and then there is cultural access.


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  • "Then I was promoted to the cook kitchen, and from there I promoted myself into the business of manufacturing hair goods and preparations.

    VOA: special.2010.03.28

  • And then there were a couple of other ones in there that I hadn't actually dealt with.


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  • Then,there are the babies who play and run around the thick legs of the adult elephants.

    VOA: special.2009.08.19

  • And then there are some stupid syntax like curly braces and semicolons that initially are kind of annoying because you have to remember where all this junk goes.


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  • One soldier then told him: "You keep fooling around out there amongst them Apaches and the only rock you'll find will be your tombstone!"

    VOA: special.2010.02.15

  • Then there's Tier II capital and then they have a formula -now, this is defined in Fabozzi.


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  • Then there is the reception after the ceremony, and often another meal the following morning.

    VOA: special.2010.08.09

  • So we'll start it at pitch there and I'll give you two and then we'll sing "La" And we will exemplify monophonic texture.


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  • Then there was silence. American Navy ships and planes searched the area for fifteen days.

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  • And then there's the terrible chainsaw in "Out, Out --."


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  • "We put out some vegetables for Santa Claus and a glass of water, and then when we woke up there was a note from Santa Claus."

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  • And then there is this third species, the neutron, which has no charge.


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  • And,then I decided to come back home and see if there was a gym,so."

    VOA: special.2009.12.09

  • And then there's the whole vast category of racial defense and justification of slavery.


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  • And then there is bouldering climbing rocks between three and seven meters high.

    VOA: special.2009.12.09

  • And then there are people around the world who have very little.


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  • There was a short silence, and then the door opened slowly.

    VOA: special.2010.05.15

  • They were bigger, they were stronger, they were tougher, they were faster, they were more beautiful, they lived longer. Those were the great old days and then there's us, we, poor miserable wretches.


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  • The peak occurs a little bit later and then there's a less rapid decline here, and then blood sugar actually ends up a little above this initial level, and therefore you're less likely to eat because you're less hungry.

    峰值出现得比较晚,下降也较为缓慢,最后血糖结束在比起始值稍高的位置,因此人就没有那么想进食 因为不感觉饿

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