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1. The highs and lows of life tend to average out in the end.
2. Months of high and low sales average out over the year.
3. Meals average out at 5 per head.
4. If I average out what I earn a month, it's about one and a half thousand pounds.
5. Sometimes I pay, sometimes he pays-it seems to average out .
6. Gains and losses average out to a large profit each month.
7. The cost should average out at about ￡6 per person.
8. Those figures average out to about four spouses a day slain by their partners.
9. Their working hours average out at 40 per week.
10. Meals at school average out to about 10 yuan per day.
11. The computer will average out the yearly statistics.
12. Sale increase have average out at 15 %.
13. Sometimes I pay, sometimes he pays, It'seems to average out at money in the end.
14. The special bonus above is average out and distributed according to Personal Group PV.
15. Your days are going to average out to about twenty - four hours.
16. The government's share of the cost was intended to average out at 25%.
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18. The Department's share of the costs of approved courses was intended to average out at 25%.
19. If some creatures can tolerate lower pHs and others cannot, you might expect things to average out: the tolerant and adaptable prosper, the more pernickety perish.
20. Ideally however, the ups and downs of the frequency response should average out to a flat line.
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21. How do your living expenses for the last term average out?
22. We feel the best course is to ask several people and then average out their answers.
23. For the rest of your life, " I said, "your days are going to average out to about twenty-four hours.
24. We will change match-ups for each negotiation during the course, so you may expect your good luck and bad luck to average out.
25. Sometimes I pay, sometimes he pays, it seems to average out at money in the end.
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