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1, I'll just jot down their phone number before I forget it.
2, Could you just jot his name on there?
3, Let me jot down your number and I'll call you tomorrow.
4, Could you jot your address and phone number in my address book?
5, Have a pad and pencil ready and jot down some of your thoughts.
6, It makes not one jot of difference.
7, Listen carefully to the instructions and jot them down.
8, I don't care a jot for their feelings.
9, I carry a notebook so that I can jot down any ideas.
10, At the end of every day,(http://sentencedict.com/jot.html) jot down a brief note on how peppy or tired you felt.
11, There was not a jot of humour in the man.
12, There's not a jot of truth in what he says .
13, I'll jot down their address before I forget it.
14, There's not a jot of truth in his story.
15, Keep a pad handy to jot down queries as they occur.
16, There is not a jot of evidence to say it does them any good.
17, I'll just jot down the address for you.
18, Listen to talks - read articles - then jot down a few headings on what message is being conveyed.
19, It is useful to jot down a few examples under each point as this aids understanding and memory.
20, With listing, you jot down a few words, saving the real writing for later.
21, Just jot down Cale's home base on a postcard.
22, Legally this matters not a jot.
23, Do not jot down figures which have little basis in fact.
24, You should jot questions down as they occur to you during the talk.
25, You need to jot down the main purpose, headings, ideas ... then build your structure before you begin.
26, Carry a notepad and pen or pencil with you to jot down ideas.
27, Older he undoubtedly is, but he is not a jot wiser.
28, Six out of 10 voters are still not buying and three weeks of slogging seem to have made not a jot of difference.
29, It is 1962 now, but the Colony hasn't changed a jot.
30, He took to keeping Stella at his side during rehearsals, ostensibly to jot down notes.
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