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1. The system costs £99.95 including postage, packing and a 12-month guarantee.
2. And the whole thing only cost - get this - $12.95.
3. Prices start at ￡13.95 a metre for printed cotton.
4. We were belting down the motorway at 95 miles per hour.
5. The cushions, shown left, measure 20 x 12 inches and cost $39.95.
6. We read all the manuscripts but 95% are dross.
7. Now 95 per cent of UK babies are immunised against diphtheria, tetanus, polio, measles, mumps and rubella before they are a year old.
8. He lived to the ripe old age of 95.
9. The school is 95 per cent minority .
10. 95 per cent of my students have passed the examination.
11. 95 per cent of these diets do not work.
12. The gestation period can be anything between 95 and 150 days.
13. The cost has gone up to $1.95 a minute.
14. She lived to the age of 95.
15. There is a 95% probability that she will not have the disease.
16. The bank will give you an advance of 95% of the purchase price.
17. 95% of patients know their obsessions are irrational.
18. Volunteers constitute more than 95% of The Center's work force.
19. The wine retails at ￡6.95 a bottle.
20. She says ￡95,000 is her bottom line.
21. He's just reached the grand old age of 95.
22. Orange stumped up ￡95 million for the Press Association's news service spin-off.
23. Bright yellow walls and coordinating curtains in Peony in cowslip multi white, ￡12.95 per metre, complete the look.
24. Dinner plate, ￡5.50; side plate, ￡3.50; espresso cup and saucer, ￡3.95.
25. Prices range from $ 24.95 per month for entry-level hosting to $ 3,200 per month for highly sophisticated hosting services.
26. In 1916, 95 percent of the cases occurred in children under nine years old.
27. He lost his job, so the family had to scrape along on $ 95 a week.
28. You can receive a home loan of up to 95% of the official valuation of the property.
29. Most folks will prefer the latter,[Sentence dictionary] which is the way Windows 95 is usually set up by manufacturers.
30. In fact, astronomers who conduct such surveys estimate that 95 percent of stars are less luminous than the Sun.