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1 He stands a fair chance of going abroad.
2 There's a fair chance that nobody will come to the talk.
3 There's a fair chance that we might win this time.
4 Fred doesn't stand a fair chance of being elected.
5 There's a fair chance we'll be coming over to England this summer.
6 People get a fair chance to turn themselves around.
7 But people demand a fair chance at justice as surely as they demand medical care.
8 The private sector must be given a fair chance to compete for local authority contracts.
9 On present betting,[www.Sentencedict.com] there is a fair chance the pound will finally join the system by the end of next year.
10 Had he done so, there was a fair chance of victory.
11 You appreciate that there is a fair chance that you might find yourself prematurely in another world?
12 She feels she has a fair chance.
13 The boss gave people a very fair chance for promotions.
14 Equal opportunity means everyone will have a fair chance at becoming incompetent.
15 I think we stand a fair chance of success.
16 I think you have a fair chance of receiving a scholarship.
17 To not get a fair chance to defend his title,[sentencedict.com] that's too bad.
18 A fair chance in life is denied to many women.
19 There may is fair chance if you will not rule out the use of bulk carrier.
20 She played left - handed to give her opponent a fair chance.
21 The youth Law changes are in their infancy and are an asset to the game if they are given a fair chance.
22 If it were not for the debilitating character question, Clinton would surely have a fair chance of beating Bush.
23 If my luck continues to hold , I think I've got a fair chance.
24 When you are bored of watching your child play football and start chatting with the other parents on the touchline, there is a fair chance that they will tell you something interesting.
25 We then stop listening . even worse, this often adds rudeness to inattentiveness, as once you have decided what to say there is a fair chance you will interrupt to say it.
26 We have to come with a way for new acts to get a fair chance.
27 " If a man's got ability, I'll always give him a fair chance.
28 President Buchanan had promised the people of Kansas that they would have a fair chance to vote on their constitution.
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