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1. The plans have already come in for fierce criticism in many quarters of the country.
2. Do you want to come in for a cup of tea?
3. The government's economic policies have come in for a lot of criticism.
4. Will you come in for a while?
5. The government has come in for severe criticism from all sides.
6. Can you come in for the X-rays on Friday?
7. The government has come in for fierce criticism over its handling of this affair.
8. The move, reportedly the President's idea, has come in for a lot of criticism.
9. The Government'seconomic policies have come in for much criticism in the newspapers.
10. The director has come in for a lot of criticism over his handling of the affair.
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11. He will probably come in for a good sum of money when his uncle dies.
12. I come in for me rosin and you're lying on the ground.
13. The touch judges come in for some even more serious verbals.
14. He's come in for a lot of criticism, most of it completely undeserved.
15. Taylor has come in for a lot of criticism for his part in the affair.
16. They can come in for a meal or a show and not have to worry about last trains, or driving back.
17. Can you come in for an interview?
18. Mr Gonzalez has also come in for criticism from within his own party.
19. McGee could come in for Andy Mockler, who is the latest injury casualty and leaves McHale with a depleted squad.
20. He may come in for a steak, but he wants to take his time and enjoy a leisurely meal.
21. Like those boys that come in for a single rose as if nobody's ever done that before.
22. Bernstein's work has come in for some strong criticism recently.
23. NTOs have come in for criticism for failing to make significant strides in plugging the skills gap.
24. Sometimes professional political operatives come in for a chat, Warlick said.
25. He often asked Philip to come in for a chat.
26. Dried fruit has come in for the first time, while women's fleeces are out. Hardboard is being replaced by MDF.
27. The Court of Appeal has struggled to reconcile the two decisions but has come in for criticism.
28. He was a very nice man and said we could come in for a chat.
29. While I was having lunch soldiers from the local garrison used to come in for snacks.
30. The patient's colour, face and body features as well as pulse and tongue will also come in for scrutiny.
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