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1 This was the greatest event in the annals of European integration.
2 His deeds went down in the annals of British history.
3 He has become a legend in the annals of military history.
4 Wharton's autobiography ranks high in the annals of psychopathology.
5 Rarely in the annals of human history has any people committed so much of its treasure to such a noble cause.
6 He left few marks in the annals of economic discipline.
7 In the annals of innovation, new ideas are only part of the equation. Execution is just as important. Steve Jobs
8 His theory, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine last June[sentencedict.com], prompted lots of critics to write in.
9 Consider one example from the annals of air pollution: the effort to reduce the effects of car exhaust on the atmosphere.
10 The annals of the police courts, and headlines in the newspapers, tell a rather different story.
11 The annals also recorded a war between the Romans and the Saxons.
12 No one can compete with Tiepolo in the annals of European painting for his mythological heroes.
13 Nicholson's Annals of Kendal refer to hosiers taking worsted to the villages and collecting stockings.
14 And delimit the strategic principle 2002, towering annals gains fall to the ground this.
15 Those are small steps in the annals of great-power relations, but may prove early acts in a larger historical drama.
16 Its wear pharos annals exclusive forestall domain name runs American government the end of system situation.
17 Summer and fall when wind Xu, Greenfield bursts,(www.Sentencedict.com) Annals Wind Gap hole that is the habitat.
18 The signing of the Treaty of Rome was the greatest event in the annals of European integration.
19 Now we were embarking on another mission which we confidently thought would add new glory to the annals of the Imperial Navy.
20 Fact, in this instance, is far stranger and more profoundly disquieting than anything in the annals of fiction.
21 If the budget is actually balanced because of Clinton, his comparative stature in the annals of history will grow only modestly.
22 As the Whitewater mess gets even messier, the Clintons seem to have accomplished something new in the annals of political scandals.
23 It adds up to the greatest success in the annals of pan-Kurdish struggle.
24 Yet it remains one of the most fondly remembered lines in the annals of Advertising.
25 Whoever invented the golf cart deserves an honored place in the annals of sport.
26 In all this, including the boredom, there is nothing new in the annals of adolescence.
27 I wondered how our love would be marked in the annals of the universe.
28 It could have been one of the worst fold jobs in the annals of college basketball.
29 It was, I dare swear, the one and only occasion in the annals of His Majesty's army when two regiments have been drawn up and drilled by their commanding general in the dusk after too good a dinner.
30 The findings of the research were published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine.
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