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1. Several pedestrians had come to grief on the icy pavement.
2. So many marriages have come to grief over lack of money.
3. All his schemes for making money seem to come to grief.
4. She'd come to grief acting like that, but not from him.
5. Those who fly too high may come to grief.
6. Their marriage come to grief after only two years.
7. It is their dishonesty that causes them to come to grief.
8. If you don't look out, you will come to grief.
9. Those who underestimate the intelligence of the rivals come to grief.
10. They have come to grief and no mistake.
11. If you show such lack of modesty, you'll come to grief.
12. They will come to grief for It'sooner or later.
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13. Our comrades will also come to grief if they misuse their experience.
14. If I come to grief, Hilary, then so will you.
15. My plan come to grief.
16. All his little schemes for making money seem to come to grief.
17. This is often far from the case and many a combination has come to grief at the very last fence.
18. When it comes to that interesting pastime, most members of most species come to grief.
19. But out of sight at the other end of the course, Mr Hill had also come to grief.
20. Then might not the rotting stump of the tree split under their weight and they come to grief?
21. If our enemy overlooks this fact, he will certainly come to grief.
22. An editorial notes that communism's two great reform experiments have come to grief in different ways.
23. Although they frequently had narrow escapes, they did not often come to grief.
24. Over and over again in Muhammadan history, dynasties have come to grief because the sons of a sultan by different mothers could not agree, and in the resulting civil war universal ruin resulted .
25. Over and over again in Mohammedan history, dynasties have come to grief because the sons of a sultan by different mothers could not agree, and in the resulting civil war universal ruin resulted.
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