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3 She examines the interplay between changing gender divisions and urban change.
4 It's not fair on the students to keep changing the timetable.
5 He rarely does anything more strenuous than changing the channels on the television.
6 We deprecated changing the policy at present.
7 The pilot avoided a collision by changing course.
8 The changing seasons mark the passing of time.
9 Life is a natural cycle, just like the changing seasons.
10 The changing size of an infant's head is considered an index of brain growth.
11 Have you tried changing the fuse?
12 She was in a funk about changing jobs.
13 The emerging science of photography was already changing fashions in art.
14 Changing trains with all that luggage was a real hassle.
15 The pattern of family life has been changing over recent years.
16 Changing jobs is the only way out.
17 The plug on my iron needs changing.
18 She tried to nudge him into changing his mind .
19 We are gradually changing over to a completely metric system.
20 In the contemporary western world(sentencedict.com), rapidly changing styles cater to a desire for novelty and individualism.
21 The library has a policy of mounting changing exhibitions.
22 He proposed changing the name of the company.
23 A dynamic government is necessary to meet the demands of a changing society.
24 The patient showed a marked improvement in her condition after changing medication.
25 The nature of promises is that they remain immune to changing circumstances.
26 The best love is the one that makes you a better person,[www.Sentencedict.com] without changing you into someone other than yourself.
27 DNA decides what we are, but not who we are. What we are never changed, but who we are never stop changing.
28 I find it suddenly,sometimes it'd be precious happiness if nothing is changing.
29 How many loved your moments of glad grace. And loved your beauty with love false or true. But one man loved the pilgrim soul in you. And loved the sorrows of your changing face.
30 There are two primary choices in life: to accept conditions as they exist, or accept the responsibility for changing them. Denis Waitley
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