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1, This discussion is off the record and should not be minuted.
2, Strictly off the record, some members of staff will have to be made redundant.
3, Christie has clipped a tenth of a second off the record.
4, May I talk to you, strictly off the record?
5, The Prime Minister admitted, off the record, that the talks had failed.
6, The Prime Minister's remarks were strictly off the record.
7, He lopped eight seconds off the record.
8, Off the record, he told the interviewer what he thought of his colleagues.
9, Skaters and coaches will admit this, off the record.
10, I shaved and showered, clipping two seconds off the record, and was soon out on the highway heading for Faketown.
11, Nothing is off the record here.
12, Strictly off the record,[http://sentencedict.com/off the record.html] my feeling is that we are going to lose the election.
13, You want to be off the record?
14, You want to be off the record, keep your mouth shut.
15, Off the record, police officers are saying they are more and more unwilling to arrest those found in possession of small amounts of cannabis.
16, There is no off the record.
17, Officials, speaking off the record, said they were still worried about the situation.
18, The rest of the discussion, says Himmelstein, was off the record.
19, She took the needle off the record and turned the lights out.
20, He makes some remarks off the record about the rising crime figures.
21, May I speak off the record?
22, The Prime Minister admitted, ( strictly ) off the record, that the talks had failed.
23, Incidentally,(sentencedict.com) that was the first track off the record.
24, She made it clear that her comments were strictly off the record.
25, The President told the reporters his remarks were strictly off the record.
26, They said in 1976 that a tuned track could shave as much as 7 seconds off the record for the mile.
27, Well, I don't blame you, after ... All right: from here on you're totally off the record.
28, The senator told the reporters that his remarks were off the record.
29, Normally when we go on this sort of fact-finding mission the reporter's notes are off the record but we asked for permission to publish them as-is.
30, On Tuesday, spot gold shot up to a session high above $1,200 an ounce, though a bit off the record $1,248.95 per ounce set on May 14.
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