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2. Alan has two children, aged eleven and nine.
3. They were often compelled to work eleven or twelve hours a day.Sentencedict.com
4. It's just coming up to ten minutes past eleven now.
5. She breezed in at eleven and greeted everyone with a smile.
6. A student over sixteen reckons as two under eleven in the calculation of school building costs.
7. Five and eleven add up to sixteen.
8. Eleven cars were involved in a pileup on the motorway.
9. Our business hours begin at eleven.
10. There are eleven members in the team.
11. They managed to pack eleven people into the car.
12. Mr Brown did not return home until eleven o'clock.
13. She was sent to jail for eleven months.
14. He spent eleven years in solitary confinement.
15. We won't open until eleven.
16. India has devalued the Rupee by about eleven per cent.
17. Normally it has only had eleven or twelve members in all. Now it will have seventeen at the very least.
18. She rolls in at eleven o'clock every evening.
19. You might catch him in about eleven o'clock.
20. She was sworn in, along with eleven other jurors.
21. At the age of eleven, Harry was initiated into the art of golf by his father.
22. It's eleven o'clock at night in Moscow.
23. Do you know the eleven times table?
24. Tullio has been modelling for Sandra for eleven years.
25. Annual consumption of wine has risen from five to eleven litres per head.
26. The Appeal Court has quashed the convictions of all eleven people.
27. She's not one for staying up late—she likes to be in bed by eleven.
28. He returned home in the summer of 1974 after eleven years of self-imposed exile.
29. the latest statistics on the literacy and numeracy of eleven to sixteen-year-olds.
30. Janet had been abused by her father since she was eleven.
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