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1 Most readers are likely to lose interest when he descends into the realms of rhetorical terminology.
2 Most lose interest once they enter the real world and find work in other areas. 6.
3 When my daughter seemed to lose interest in breastfeeding and demanded more solid food, I spent several days feeling depressed.
4 In reality children usually start to lose interest after about two weeks once they realize that they can earn them relatively easily.
5 Without recognition, people lose interest in success.
6 Without recognition, people lose interest in success. Without recognition, people become depersonalized and anonymous.
7 They lose interest and start drifting away in ones and twos.
8 Do not ramble or your interviewer could lose interest.
9 Outgoing . Lose interest quickly - easily bored. Egotistical.
10 Or they may lose interest instantly and not follow up on the appointment.
11 It's just typical of Ian to spend all that money on the equipment and then lose interest half way through the course.
12 This is a problem because fathers who do not live with their children lose interest in them.
13 The major problem is that pupils may concentrate solely on the game aspect and also lose interest quickly.
14 However, as this infection and its psychological effects progressed, I began to lose interest in the usual pleasures of life (a condition called anhedonia),(www.Sentencedict.com) including pleasure from sex.
15 And because the Blue Jay was a color like everybody and everything else people began to lose interest.
16 Ironically, such behavior subverts a man's goal, because women generally lose interest in guys who get clingy and act more like a butler than a boyfriend.
17 While this is useful for familiarizing yourself with the unit, it's not going to be useful for real applications, and you and your kids will lose interest quickly.
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