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1. You take a chance on the weather if you holiday in the UK.
2. We may take a chance on her being at home.
3. He was taking a chance on a relatively new young actor.
4. I won't take a chance on a July holiday in Britain — it always rains.
5. "You take a chance on the weather if you holiday in the UK." — "So what?"
6. The manager took a chance on the young goalkeeper.
7. We took a chance on the weather and planned to have the party outside.
8. He had to take a chance on it.
9. Cauthen could have a major chance on Spritsail if that horse's poor run at Ascot last week could be ignored.
10. He persuaded the record company to take a chance on the band, and it became a huge hit.
11. I met an old friend by chance on the train.
12. Some one will probably take a chance on Bryant anyway, Twardzik said.
13. He got his first chance on the early August day that Mayor George Miller awarded him the one-year job.
14. I still had a great chance on the last two holes.
15. Should I take a chance on him?
16. He would just have to take a chance on being interrupted.
17. Why would people take a chance on getting involved with forced labor?
18. Taking A Chance On Love, As if U're never hurt!
19. He spoke to the Don directly, taking a chance on incurring Michael's ill will.
20. And finally, never ever fail to take a chance on love.
21. Perhaps you might chance on the dictionary at some old bookstall.
22. She encourages them to take a chance on new ideas and initiatives.
23. This technique imposes no chance on the main seismic instruments or detectors.
24. We were very lucky to chance on him in the reading room.
25. I ran into her by chance on my way home.sentencedict .com
26. You can fail at what you don't want, so you might as well take a chance on doing what you love.
27. But Democrats threatened to disrupt the proceedings on welfare reform if the alternative was denied a chance on the floor.
28. And the policeman wanted to check his facts before deciding to take a chance on a long shot.
29. Five minutes before the break, Jan Molby's pass gave Rob Jones a chance on the edge of the penalty area.
30. Can anyone out there tell me what frequency Radio 5 broadcasts on ... by any chance on shortwave?
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