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1. She gave a clear and lucid account of her plans for the company's future.
2. You must write in a clear and lucid style.
3. His prose as always lucid and compelling.
4. In her more lucid moments the old lady would talk about her past.
5. His explanation was lucid and to the point.
6. In a rare lucid moment, she looked at me and smiled.
7. She's delirious, but has lucid intervals.
8. He wasn't very lucid, he didn't quite know where he was.
9. She does have occasional lucid moments.
10. You have such a lucid style.
11. His style is lucid and he emerges as an honest broker who judiciously weighs the historical evidence.
12. Lucid, intelligent, and shrewd, this is a most useful contribution to a fascinating but little-studied period of history.
13. After finishing, she became lucid, recognized Jung, and greeted him.
14. At the moment, Peter is lucid and quite talkative, but his condition is becoming worse.
15. He read it carefully, the lucid language and poetry of argument clearing and settling his mind. Darkness fell.
16. Eva was more lucid than most of the other women, yet she never got out of the locked ward.
17. Her normally lucid style had slipped and she had forgotten huge chunks of the recent past.
18. Lucid she is would like fresh tomatoes, apples and oranges.
19. Lucid will be replaced by Atlantis astronaut John Blaha.
20. The house move was a perfectly symmetrical operation: lucid, elegant.
21. In one of my less lucid moments, I had volunteered to host Thanksgiving dinner.
22. I grow star-shaped and lucid like a cog at the core of the system.
23. The drugs she's taking make her drowsy and confused, but there are times when she's quite lucid.
24. Haig was immediately impressed by Charteris's expertise and by his lucid explanation of the work.
25. Each slips new readers the story so far, Clarke in lucid flashback or reflection, Asimov with surprising clumsiness.
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26. Sarah Bradford is right to spend two-thirds of her quiet, lucid biography on the years before the assassination.
27. Nevertheless, these volumes have drawn together many little-known areas of social insect and spider biology in lucid accounts.
28. Though small and frail, he was a powerful and lucid debater.
29. He is said, despite his years, to be fit, lucid and raring to re-enter the political fray.
30. One passionate advocate of appraisals is Canon Hardaker, whose lucid guidelines should be compulsory reading for many a line manager.
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