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5, A goose was hatched among ducks.
6, The court heard how she and her lover hatched a plot to kill her husband.
7, The chicks/caterpillars/grubs have hatched.
8, The chickens have hatched out.
9, Silkworms are fed mulberry leaves after they have hatched.
10, The young disappeared soon after they were hatched.
11, I have hatched up a plan to deal with his playing way.
12, Three eggs have already hatched out.
13, I hatched all the arrangement for the dance.
14, The eggs are hatched under a fold of skin on the penguin's belly.
15, They hatched a plot to murder the king.
16, All the chicks have hatched out.
17, The hen has hatched all her chickens out.
18, The eldest prince hatched a plan to murder the king in collaboration with some ministers.
19, He hurried to know the matter hatched out.
20, The rebels hatched a plot to overthrow the government.
21, Newly hatched birds were prepared to accept practically anything as their parent.
22, The chicks have already hatched.
23, The chickens hatched this morning.
24, These were removed from the nest and hatched indoors in an incubator.
25, Once the eggs have hatched all surplus rockwork can be removed,(http://sentencedict.com/hatched.html) to ensure that fry do not get trapped under it.
26, I don't want to count my chickens before they are hatched.
27, It was in August of 1978 that the Bolton brothers hatched their plot to kill their parents.
28, Jeffrey's family and supporters suspected it to be a plot hatched by Captain Lake and his friends.
29, Breakfast consisted of coffee the texture of loose sand, pineapple slices, and eggs which would have hatched the next day.
30, The geese moved in, felt at home, laid eggs - and a most satisfactory twenty-four goslings hatched that year.
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