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2. Don't come in here with your boots all covered in muck.
3. When does the train come in?
4. Barry had obviously come in on the tail-end of the conversation.
5. You startled me I didn't hear you come in.
6. Your knowledge of German may come in useful .
7. The vitamins come in a form that is easily utilized by the body.
8. These shirts come in three different colours: white, pale blue and khaki.
9. I glanced up quickly to see who had come in.
10. I stepped aside so that she might come in.
11. Shutters usually come in pairs and are hung like doors on hinges.
12. If your ship doesn't come in, swim out to it.
13. Did I really hear someone come in, or was it only a fancy?
14. Candles come in all shapes and sizes.
15. I vaguely remember hearing him come in.
16. The plans have already come in for fierce criticism in many quarters of the country.
17. I advise you to buy one?it may come in handy one day.
18. I'm not very well today, I can't come in.
19. Hurry! hurry! the police will come in no time; help the box down; throw it into the car.
20. Come in, please . Don't wait out in the rain.
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21. Dogs come in all shapes and sizes.
22. Do you want to come in for a cup of tea?
23. Hearing someone come in, he hid himself behind the curtain.
24. She had come in quest of advice.
25. For some reason we all have to come in early tomorrow.
26. Is it alright to come in?
27. Guests were told to come in fancy dress.
28. May I come in? --Please, do.
29. The government's economic policies have come in for a lot of criticism.
30. Try not to wake the whole house when you come in!
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