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1. If a jewel falls into the mire, it remains as precious as before; and though dust should ascend to heaven, its former worthlessness will not be altered.
2. We must not be drawn into the mire of civil war.
3. The wheels got stuck in the mire.
4. The Party sank deeper into the mire of conflict.
5. My name had been dragged through the mire .
6. The wheels sank deeper into the mire.
7. Having skirted the mire itself without success, the search-party fanned out to cover a wider area(sentence dictionary), calling Horatia's name.
8. I sink in deep mire, where there is no foothold.
9. She must have galloped through marsh and mire for an hour.
10. Locust Abortion Technician was a glorious mire, a glistening palace of ordure, a cataract of dysentery.
11. When it's wet it's a mire out there.
12. I was sinking fast in the mire of soft money.
13. No one who had ever struggled in the mire as she had, could fail to understand.
14. I will talk you through the mire and help you decide.
15. The ground gave under their feet, a yielding mire of rain-sodden dead leaves.
16. Biological denitrogenation theory, A/O technological process, mire taming and operation management were discussed in this paper.
17. I don't want my son's good name dragged through the mire.
18. The government was sinking deeper and deeper into the mire .
19. His enemies had made false accusations against him and wanted to drag him through the mire.
20. Remember the Barbasol can full of frozen embryos, lost in the rainy mire?
21. Mire Secondly, Pache's style does not lend any air of the dynamism needed to steer Bull out of its current mire.
22. The market place can be confusing but Trader Horn picks his way through the mire Going for the grand tour.
23. As the country is at present face down in the mire, such a development could only have positive benefits for us all.
24. It was a hopeless task, we were slowly sinking in the mire.
25. He gave a perfect demonstration of how egg on the face leads a pompous body still further into the mire.
26. Diplomats can live on a brilliant surface of respectability and still risk sliding into the mire of distrust hidden below.
27. It will take a political Houdini escape trick to keep him from being sucked further into the mire.
28. One outstanding local example was the Broyle in Ringmer, 2000 acres of scrub and clay mire, an old deer park.
29. With Manchester City winning at Newcastle, the defeat drags his side firmly back into the relegation mire.
30. Be ever vigilant; close over your thoughts; extricate yourself from the mire of evil.
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