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1. After two years of married life, she was caught out.
2. Even the best whitewater rafters get caught out by the fierce rapids here.
3. Many investors were caught out by the collapse of the company.
4. Two of the team were caught out in the first innings.
5. He was caught out while lapping a slower rider.
6. She reacted like a child caught out in a lie.
7. Many investors were caught out by the fall in share prices.
8. I earnestly entreat that we don't get caught out again.
9. Occasionally, unusual creatures are washed to the shore, but they are rarely caught out at sea.
10. The government has been caught out by the speed of events.
11. A lot of people were caught out by the sudden change in the weather.
12. I had underestimated the importance placed on personal cleanliness and hygiene[sentencedict.com], and had been caught out on my underpants.
13. And to catch out those in the financial and wider communities who encouraged them to do so.
14. The tide of magic ebbed and the daemons were suddenly left stranded and dying, like fish caught out of water.
15. Provided that they have been well trained the specialists are far less likely to be caught out by a clever interviewer.
16. Rainbow feels caught out, blushes, nods a diffident assent, but says nothing.
17. Solicitors' firms are caught out by the housing market collapse.
18. He was caught out.
19. But to do so meant passing through Fen's cabin,(http://sentencedict.com) and she'd tried that once before and been caught out.
20. Those job seekers look to catch out companies.
21. It may catch out the unwary , particularly in wet conditions, but I don't think it's going to make a huge difference.
22. Let me catch out again.
23. Hackers catch out porn surfers.
24. Fortunately, most are still fairly easy to spot, and usually catch out only new users, but they will improve.
25. Once again it has been left to a recession to catch out those who overstretched themselves in the boom years.
26. She was able to escape, try to escape to go to their hometown to the western regions, the results he took the imperial guards catch out.
27. Not only are winning times more accurately recorded, but cheating athletes are easier to catch out.
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