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1 I had a good read of the paper before they arrived.
2 It was with some surprise that I read of his resignation.
3 I had read of the case in the local newspaper.
4 I was very glad to read of your coming to China in the morning's paper.
5 I've read of their achievements in a magazine.
6 I was shocked when I read of his death.
7 I had a quick read of the report before I left.
8 Can I have a read of your newspaper when you've finished?
9 I read of her resignation with some dismay.
10 Can I have a read of that timetable?
11 A careful read of this book will show that underpinning it is a terrible truth.
12 Now we read of the most direct and serious threat of all.
13 When I read of his death in 1986 he was still a paid-up member of ours.
14 Maybe you have read of gold being found in a particular locality,(www.Sentencedict.com) but now you can see it.
15 I laughed when I read of the things which they considered important: political creeds, literary cliques, careerist intrigues.
16 It makes me shudder to read of a timber like teak being stained.
17 Week by week we read of the latest opinion polls on this or that.
18 If you read of an experiment with real developers working for a week, and this shows an improvement in quality of design when using TDD, can we count on the results?
19 Seems I've read of quinoline and tricyclic compounds being potential vectors also though I cannot find the article at the moment.
20 He had read of her elopement while at Oxford.
21 He read of animals with prolonged pregnancies whose fetuses lacked a pituitary gland.
22 In them we read of a Page in the Chinese path symphonic music in China has trodden. In them we see the future of professional music composition in China as well.
23 Having read of his sailing in the morning papers, Bernard Higginbotham, Gertrude, and all the family came to say good-by, as did Hermann von Schmidt and Marian.
24 It is my read of human nature that our anthropocentrism is deeply engrained.
25 You see, Holiness is to permeate all read of life.
26 She had read of them in a periodical.
27 When we read of Jim Thorpe or of Colonel Ely Samuel Parker, we cannot tell from their names that they were Indians.
28 Shortlisted for the German book prize, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung called it "phenomenal, moving and humbling novel, perhaps the most memorable read of the autumn".
29 In fact, in the book of Judges, you will read of a temple to Israel's God, the God of the Covenant, and that temple is called the Temple to the God of the Covenant or Baal Berit.
30 A difference of color in the stars - oftener read of than seen in England - was really perceptible here.
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