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31 He spends a hell of a lot of money irrigating so he can grow roses.
32 Incidentally, he is a hell of a nice fellow.
33 But he talked a hell of a fight, and continued to be a comparative media darling.
34 All things considered, the provincial circuit presents a hell of a challenge.
35 If you made a list of reasons why any couple got married, and another list of the reasons for their divorce, you'd have a hell of a lot of overlapping. Mignon McLaughlin
36 If you have planning permission it's a hell of a lot easier to sell land.
37 Yet there is cabin space and facilities for a hell of a lot more.
38 DEVIL-MAY-CARE actress Liz Hurley made a hell of a Beelzeboob at a charity fashion bash.
39 I have suffered from being misunderstood, but I would have suffered a hell of a lot more if I had been understood. Clarence Darrow
40 Tech specs aside, the Sidewinder is a hell of a comfy slipper that can be worn all day and can withstand various conditions.
41 Digital SLRs are dynamically challenged. In contrasty light they have a hell of a time with highlight and shadow detail.
41 Sentencedict.com is a sentence dictionary, on which you can find good sentences for a large number of words.
42 Gory, gory a hell of a way to die.
43 Fecteau later remembered standing outside the aircraft with Downey, both stunned but conscious, telling each other that they were "in a hell of a mess."
44 OK, maybe that's pushing it a bit, but a woman with verbal confidence can be a hell of a turn-on.
45 You think you're a hell of a feller , dontcha, because yuh can sling a little ink?
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