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1 I'll need to lop off the lower branches of the tree.
2 Several branches had been lopped off .
3 Workmen have lopped off more branches in an effort to save the tree.
4 He had his arm lopped off by an electric saw.
5 More than 100 million pounds will be lopped off the prison building programme.
6 His ponytail had been lopped off.
7 I lopped off several pages of my report before submitting it to the meeting.
8 Lopped off brambles lay around and the long grass was all trampled.
9 I see developing trees with only two main growth arteries where one has been lopped off,(www.Sentencedict.com) leaving an odd-looking lopsided thing.
10 She put everything into it, and Ivy simply lopped off everything she said and left it lying there, dead.
11 Kanishka's head and torso were lopped off long ago.
12 His swamp-hunter boots could have been an elephant's feet lopped off and hollowed out.
13 Pick your head up to look too far down the road and get it lopped off.
14 If he did, it was lopped off.
15 The poor rarely fell trees: they mainly lop off small branches, twigs, roots and dead wood.
16 The result looked like an insidious, grey-green growth lopped off an otherwise healthy young tree to protect its trunk.
17 I say, 'Maybe you could lop off the second floor entirely.'
18 His article is too cumbersome. Let's lop off those repeated and empty words.
19 Let's lop off those repeated and empty words.
20 See, the Lord, the LORD Almighty, will lop off the boughs with great power. The lofty trees will be felled, the tall ones will be brought low.
21 See, the Lord, the Lord Almighty, will lop off the boughs with great power.
22 Your article is too cumbersome. Lop off those repeated and empty words.
23 Hrudey was a casualty of a team in dire financial trouble that wanted to lop off its higher-priced and older players.
24 Yep, that, s certainly the way Iran handles its protesters...can you say bullets and dull knives to lop off their heads!
25 To help pare their budgets, more Americans are bypassing the salon and opting to lop off their own locks.
26 You can talk about the origins of French nationalism in the middle of the eighteenth century, but it's very closely tied to this dynasty, at least until they lop off the guy's head in 1793.
27 There he would force him to lie down, and in order to fit him to the bed he would lop off the lower parts of his limbs.
28 It's like waking up one day, realizing you're overweight and deciding the way to fix that is to lop off your left leg below the knee.
29 The downturn has created a nation of cost, and hair- cutters. To help pare their budgets, more Americans are bypassing the salon and opting to lop off their own locks.
30 This would probably have been the case in the French Revolution too, had the movies been invented in time for the likes of Robespierre to lop off the heads of pesky auteurs.
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