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(1) We must be almost to Denver.
(2) I had to change planes in Denver.
(3) She now works in our Denver branch.
(4) Denver has the inside track among 10 sites being considered.
(5) Denver had won the championship by defeating the Cleveland Browns 23-20 in overtime.
(6) Seattle chalked up another win last night over Denver.
(7) Denver aimed his gun but did not shoot.
(8) He blamed an October snowstorm in Denver for losing a $ 500 bet on the Broncos.
(9) Denver climbed up on the bed and folded her arms under her apron.
(10) Terrell Davis, Broncos(sentencedict.com/denver.html), ran for 207 yards as Denver recovered after blowing a 20-point lead to beat Buffalo in overtime.
(11) In Denver, only Tim McVeigh was on trial.
(12) They live in Lakewood, a suburb of Denver.
(13) Letters poured into the Denver fund group thanking it for giving smaller investors a break.
(14) Denver had two drunken driving arrests in Colorado and was to be tried on one of those charges in January.
(15) Denver then flew the composite fiberglass craft to Monterey.
(16) All the roads to Denver were blocked by snow drifts.
(17) Denver removed her hat and put the quilt with two squares of color over her feet.
(18) Denver 105, Bulls 99: Bulls made 39. 8 percent of their shots.
(19) Denver was seen at many major events in the Monterey area.
(20) David Richendifer of Denver said he had noticed added security in hotels and office buildings where his company makes deliveries.
(21) Pat came from a working-class Catholic family in Denver, where her father had worked as an electrician.
(22) These trains haul freight between Grand Junction and Denver.
(23) I was pregnant with Denver but I had milk for my baby girl.
(24) Secretary Deborah Butler, 33, planned to fire as she watched his motorcade in Denver, Colorado.
(25) The Raiders actually have had two weeks to prepare for Denver, with both teams coming off their bye week.
(26) She had taken it for granted that they would spend the night in Denver.
(27) She had seen her pouty lips open wide with the pleasure of sugar or some piece of news Denver gave her.
(28) I fell asleep on the bus and ended up in Denver.
(29) One thing Galarraga should consider before he makes the move: The thin air in Denver has been good to him.
(30) Beginning in 1976, they withdrew from public view, living in camps in Wyoming and then houses in Dallas and Denver.
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