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1 Gathered all together in this church, we commemorate those who lost their lives in the great war.
2 All together there are six new faces in the cabinet.
3 It is difficult to get them all together under one roof.
4 Let's sing 'Happy Birthday'. All together now!
5 Can you put your books all together in this box?
6 The man did one helluva job getting it all together.
7 Right men. All together now...Push!
8 The waiter asked if we were all together so I explained that we were two separate parties.
9 All together!-and we heaved away smartly, raising the sail in smooth folds like a Venetian blind unfurling.
10 Loops and spurs of railroad track laced it all together.
11 The first day we were all together it was like it never ended.
12 Working out just how to bring us all together is proving to be the sticking point.
13 Mix it all together with a spoon.
14 Law seemed to tie it all together.
15 The people kneeling around her sighed all together, a breath of wonder that rippled through them.
16 Whatever it was, we never put it all together.
17 I am in it for the side of labor that brings us all together and that wipes away every tear.
18 If you had four odd things and you added them all together, you would get an even number right?
19 Things waited till your defences were down, and then turned on you, all together.
20 So perhaps the 21st century will give us a Spiritual Revolution to tie it all together.
21 It will come all the easier to like him by and by when we are all together.
22 They had dropped out of the human chain of ancestors and descendants that had formerly bound them all together.
23 But those who are best at the game learn not to compartmentalize their lives but to fit it all together.
24 We will amend the plan from this end when we pull it all together.
25 And that applied whether the words were spoken on separate occasions or all together.
26 Different combinations simply have provided mixed results and Liskevych is trying to get it all together by July 19.
27 It is so rarely when all the fledglings have left the nest,[www.Sentencedict.com] to have them all together again.
28 Just to be using brain and muscles and feelings all together at once, and not failing.
29 And that may mean moving the event to a different area in the county all together.
30 The truly rich can afford the tax advice and the expendable cash flow to avoid paying cap gains taxes all together.
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