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1 One has sometimes to resort to these little devices.
2 His punishing work schedule had made him resort to drugs.
3 If negotiations fail we shall have to resort to strike action.
4 She would never resort to the law courts to resolve her marital problems.
5 Many teachers and students resort to Beidaihe beach in the summer vacation.
6 He got hold of the money legally, without resort to violence.
7 We may have to resort to using untrained staff.
8 The conference resolved to resort to force to recover the lost territory.
9 Neither side wants to resort to violence .
10 The best means we should resort to is to build a long dam along the river.
11 They felt obliged to resort to violence.
12 The peasants believed their only choice was to resort to violence.
13 Sometimes I just have to resort to the carrot and stick approach with my children.
14 I had to resort to violence/threats to get my money.
15 Don't resort to cheap copies; save up for the real thing.
16 We had to resort to desperate measures .
17 He urged people not to resort to retaliatory violence.
18 Officials fear that extremists may resort to violence .
19 Vets have had to resort to killing the animals.
20 In the end,[www.Sentencedict.com] we had to resort to brute force to get the door open.
21 He couldn't have passed the exam without resort to cheating.
22 It's pathetic that grown men have to resort to violence like this.
23 In extreme situations, it may be necessary to resort to arbitration.
24 Officials fear extremists on both sides may resort to violence to try to derail the redeployment.
25 Don't resort to alcohol to relieve your stress.
26 He claimed his punishing work schedule had made him resort to taking the drug.
27 We hope they will be able to resolve the situation without resort to force.
28 There are hopes that the conflict can be resolved without resort to violence.
29 Congress has a responsibility to ensure that all peaceful options are exhausted before resort to war.
30 The Peeping Tom was not himself likely in the circumstances to resort to violence, and the constable was certainly not.
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