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1. Hurricane Hugo will go down in the record books as the costliest storm ever faced by insurers.
2. Bubka rewrote the pole-vault record books during his career.
3. His name was expunged from the record books.
4. I saw a baseball record book a minute ago.
5. A recorded book allows them to participate in class discussions or do well on tests.
6. He also admitted forging entries in his diesel record book.
7. A vicar preached his way into the record books when he delivered a sermon lasting 28 hours and 45 minutes.
8. They have rewritten the record books, stormed the male bastion of Grandmaster chess[sentencedict.com], and defied the laws of probability.
9. Her achievements were struck from the record book.
10. Operation analysis record book is notfilled according to the existing regulations.
11. Please submit the filled form with applicant's AYP record book.
12. Guinness first published its record book in 1955.
13. I saw the record book wrote many kids who have got the kidney stone.
14. Designs or modifies a grade record book to record these results.
15. He still has some way to go to earn a place in the golfing record books.
16. Now his fate is to be for ever bracketed in the political record books with Austen Chamberlain.
17. She will need to go if she is to take what would seem to be a deserved place in the record books.
18. With more of the same in the forecast for the weekend(http://sentencedict.com/record book.html), the record books are awaiting the shredder.
19. As of Saturday, both seemingly interminable droughts were over, sending historians in the organization scurrying for the record book.
20. Briton Ken Edwards, a former rat-catcher and part-time entertainer, made it into the record book after eating 36 medium-sized cockroaches in one minute on March 5, 2001.
21. Booking consists of logging the name and the reason for the arrest in the record book.
22. Briton Ken Edwards, a former rat-catcher and part-time entertainer, made itsintosthe record book after eating 36 medium-sized cockroaches in one minute on March 5, 2001.
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