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1. The government is having to introduce some difficult changes, particularly in moving over to a market economy.
2. We will introduce legal safeguards against fraud.
3. Ms. Kane, I would like to introduce my boss, Mr. Sato to you.
4. I'd like to introduce my younger son, Mark.
5. He said the government must introduce tax incentives to encourage investment.
6. Let me introduce Bob, one of the club's stalwart.
7. It gives me great pleasure to introduce our guest speaker.
8. Can I introduce myself? I'm Helen Robins.
9. It is my pleasure, nay privilege, to introduce tonight's guest speaker.
10. Relative pronouns and adverbs introduce attributive clauses.
11. Allow me to introduce my wife.
12. The Russian leader wants to introduce further changes.
13. Ms. Kane, let me introduce my boss,[Sentencedict.com ] Mr. Sato to you.
14. The local council plans to introduce new regulations on parking.
15. He's been worried that the government will introduce conscription ever since the war began.
16. Allow me to introduce Dr Amberg.
17. We must introduce some system into our office routine.
18. Allow me to introduce myself.
19. Just a minute, Margaret, I want to introduce you to Betty.
20. I'd like to introduce our newly appointed members of staff.
21. The educational bureau demands that all schools introduce a new course into the curriculum.
22. Allow me to introduce a friend to you.
23. Emboldened by the wine, he went over to introduce himself to her.
24. They want to introduce a system of identity cards.
25. I need hardly say what a pleasure it is to introduce our speaker.
26. The wine made him bold enough to approach her and introduce himself.
27. I think she felt snubbed because Anthony hadn't bothered to introduce himself.
28. If you could stop on for more days I would introduce you to the famous writer.
29. The government insists that 'prison works' and plans to introduce a tougher sentencing policy for people convicted of violent crime.
30. With such a majority, the administration was emboldened to introduce radical new policies.
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