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(1) His suggestion is in a sense workable.
(2) Television in a sense has shrunk the world.
(3) What you say is true in a sense.
(4) You are right in a sense, but you don't know all the facts.
(5) He was, in a sense, given a blank cheque to negotiate the new South Africa.
(6) In a sense, both were right.
(7) What he says is right in a sense.
(8) In a sense it doesn't matter any more.
(9) Sophia had, in a sense, married beneath her .
(10) The experience of mystic trance is in a sense analogous to sleep or drunkenness.
(11) In a sense he's right.
(12) Exoneration is in a sense the obverse of responsibility.
(13) We thank Flaubert for picking it up; in a sense, the irony wasn't there until he observed it.
(14) Yet, in a sense, the dramatist was right and the actress wrong.
(15) In a sense we have already gone too far with the boy, exposed too many of our methods.
(16) In a sense, dealing with complaints is one of the after-the-sale services provided by suppliers.
(17) And in a sense it could.
(18) The riots were in a sense a foretaste of the Gordon Riots of the summer of 1780.
(19) In a sense, owning the benefits your organization achieves is the opposite of blaming consequences on forces beyond your control.
(20) In a sense, the social worker is responsible for the emotional and material well-being of the patient.
(21) In a sense the inclusion of an implied term of correspondence with description is a little surprising.
(22) In a sense, one can only be delighted that Leapor and other poets like her are receiving such serious attention.
(23) In a sense, the flattening of businesses in Workplace 2000 is a two-edged sword.
(24) In a sense it can be thought of as a direction of time that is at right angles to real time. Sentencedict.com
(25) Everything is brand new, in a sense.
(26) But it bewildered him and, in a sense, made him resentful.
(27) In buying your children all these things, you are in a sense buying them off.
(28) With the departure of Reich, the president loses an important voice. In a sense, he is losing his conscience.
(29) Atomic theory explained chemical change as the rearrangement of unchanging atoms, and therefore in a sense as superficial.
(30) Derry were the last county to retain their Ulster title in 1976, so in a sense history is against Donegal.
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