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1. Conversely, you might say that it is ridiculous.
2. In real life, nobody was all bad, nor, conversely, all good.
3. American consumers prefer white eggs; conversely, British buyers like brown eggs.
4. Conversely, if a person expects that meeting deadlines will not earn praise, he or she may not be as motivated.
5. Conversely, it may not be hard to relinquish certain roles and tasks which were never experienced as rewarding.
6. Conversely, reading a right-wing paper had much more influence upon perceptions of Britain's performance than on perceptions of family circumstances.
7. Conversely, by painting your house you make the whole street look nicer and give consumption benefits to your neighbours.
8. Conversely, potassium and phosphate are the principal intracellular cations and anions, respectively.
9. Conversely, privately rented dwellings had fallen in proportion from 44.6 percent at the former date to 16 percent in 1975.
10. Conversely the under-confident person may be hesitant to predict danger or to react to it with sufficient purpose or determination.
11. Conversely, in motivating individuals to leave or withdraw, relative deprivation of individual rewards is a major influence.
12. Conversely, the lack of adequate financial planning is often a key element in the failure of many business enterprises.
13. Conversely, you may be entitled to disobey an instruction which management ostensibly has the power to give.
14. Conversely, people who enjoy Mystery-Suspense may also like Romantic Mysteries.
15. Or conversely, if some one else were to use your browser, it couldn't tell the difference.
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16. Conversely, shots taken from a low angle impart a feeling of inferiority or weakness.
17. Conversely a loosely woven fabric would not be successful for a Roman blind, which requires a firm, stable fabric.
18. Conversely, activities which seem on the surface to be the same may turn out to realize different underlying assumptions.
19. But, conversely, as long as more than one course of action is possible, the crisis has not been reached.
20. The more marked terms, conversely, represent pretensions of freedom and anarchy in writer, performer and audience alike.
21. Conversely, if you have been papering over the cracks of a relationship these same eclipses will seek them out.
22. Conversely, many younger people will be the first generation in their family who can expect to inherit substantial amounts.
23. Conversely, it plummeted in the years after 1873, when the economy of the United States was acutely depressed.
24. Conversely, do not be bullied by the boat to leeward.
25. Conversely, victory for Bath leaves them very much in the title hunt, hot on the heels of Leicester.
26. When something sensational happens to us, sharing the happiness of the occasion with friends intensifies our joy. Conversely, in times of trouble and tension, when our spirits are low, unburdening our worries and fears to compassionate friends alleviates the stress.
27. I don't think that when people grow up, they will become more broad-minded and can accept everything. Conversely, I think it's a selecting process, knowing what's the most important and what's the least. And then be a simple man.
28. 't think that when people grow up, they will become morebroad-minded and can accept everything. Conversely, I think it's aselecting process, knowing what's the most important and what's theleast. And then be a simple man.
29. Women suffering from anorexia are still convinced that their thin, frail bodies are fat and unsightly. Conversely, some people who are a great deal heavier than they should be can persuade themselves that they are 'just right'.
30. You can add the fluid to the powder, or, conversely, the powder to the fluid.
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