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1 'Yes and no,' she replied cryptically.
2 "Not necessarily," she says cryptically.
3 Most of these likely never spread or spread cryptically for a while and burned out, " he added."
4 Most of my students knew, at least cryptically, what happened in Tiananmen Square right around the year most of them were born.
5 Michael cryptically replies, "I don't have a few years."
6 Less cryptically, he said the arms race was still on.
7 The article also added, cryptically, "U.S. President Barack Obama is thought to have been nominated but it's unclear on what grounds."
8 You will find it, " the giant answered cryptically ."
9 And you over think. Always speak cryptically.
10 And you over think , Always speak Cryptically , Used to be , The same energy ,(www.Sentencedict.com) Now's a dead battery.
11 The discussion of the time problem does not take very long as I have already mentioned essential aspects of it in section 3.1 – if somewhat cryptically.
12 The amending of A - Key must be processed cryptically in OTA authentication.
13 “Good. Now move onto the second thing, ” she cryptically says.
14 It has only a single, illuminated button that serves as the on-off switch and an indicator light that blinks cryptically in different colors.
15 So I am thinking about it, " the Bianconeri hero concluded cryptically."
16 "Until AIDS was initially recognized in 1981, the virus was cryptically [hiddenly] circulating in a sophisticated medical environment for the better part of 12 years, " Worobey said.
17 The printer was sad. He spent the rest of the day inside, sobbing and blinking lights cryptically (for that is what little printers do when they are sad).
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