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1 After a while, we naturally started talking about the children.
2 After a while her voice really started to grate on me.
3 The music became monotonous after a while.
4 After a while her behaviour really began to irritate me.
5 After a while their mother was back, holding a tray of glasses that fizzed.
6 After a while the police walked away.
7 Mary and Joan quarreled, but made up after a while.
8 Driving becomes second nature after a while.
9 After a while, I began to get bored with my job.
10 After a while I led the conversation around to her job.
11 After a while I pulled myself to my feet and found my way to the street.
12 After a while you get used to all the noise.
13 After a while I got bored and left.
14 After a while you get used to living alone.
15 I was pretty nervous to start with, but after a while I was fine.
16 I pressed the buzzer and after a while someone came to the door.
17 After a while, we found ourselves questioning the spiritual and philosophical underpinning of the American way of life.
18 After a while, the conversation turned to a friend's coming wedding.
19 After a while the kids grew to like Mr Cox.
20 After a while, the sickness gradually passed and she struggled to the mirror.
21 I turned back after a while, but he kept walking.
22 After a while the road opened up and they traveled more quickly.
23 After a while,[www.Sentencedict.com] her sniffles died away.
24 After a while she regained the use of her fingers.
25 Repetitive work can become soul-destroying after a while.
26 After a while you'll forget you're wearing contact lenses.
27 After a while the narrow track merges with a wider path.
28 The repetitiveness of the work really got me down after a while.
29 It's a hard life, but you'll get used to it after a while.
30 She was a bit subdued to start with, but after a while she livened up.
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