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1. I've never put money on a horse.
2. Chris will be promoted - I'd put money on it.
3. He stopped at the betting shop to put money on a horse.
4. He'll be there tonight. I'd put money on it.
5. If I were a gambling man, I'd put money on the Saints.
6. She'd be willing to put money on that.
7. They put money on the table, too, perfect strangers expressing unmistakable monetary interest in the Tonelli Nation.
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8. They're seen to be safe, other banks will put money on deposit with them.
9. Some people say the government should not put money on art such as music and painting.
10. Some people said the government should not put money on art, such as music and painting.
11. Some people said the government shouldn't put money on building theaters and sports stadiums; they should spend more money on medical care and education. Agree or not agree?
12. I don't think that anybody is able to put money on who was the lightest car at the start in Bahrain, maybe there are some surprises.
13. Some people think that the government shouldn't put money on building theaters and sports stadiums; they should spend more money on medical care and education.
14. He'll be back in an hour. I'd put money on it.
15. It means will put money on the line.
16. Although knowing him as I do, I wouldn't put money on that.
17. But then, thinking about Mrs Cody at Zaria's rest home, I still wouldn't have put money on me.
18. Even the madmen wouldn't have him in real life, I 'd put money on it.
19. On the basis of what I told them, they put money on the line.
20. Still, Hoffman is confident the industry can thrive — and he's put money on it.
21. "We're entering an era of deficit reduction, " Adams said. "I'd put money on it that defense budgets will be cut. "
22. It is possible even the first bit of the story is a little hazy too, as I wouldn't put money on Lopez having told me the right country. The only thing I would put money on is him getting me out alive.
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