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1, Their marriage is under great strain at the moment.
2, Relations with neighbouring countries are under strain at present.
3, Strain at a gnat and swallow a camel.
4, Does he strain at my request?
5, He felt a throbbing strain at the outer corners of his eyes, and pressed them with his finger-tips.
6, As the caprylic aldehyde content increased strain at break and tensile strength were decreased.
7, The result shows that the plastic strain at the heel region induced by wire bonding process, molding process and the thermal stress and strain in solder reflow are the main causes of heel crack.
8, Extracellular enzymes secreted by DY 3 strain at 8 can hydrolyze Carboxymethylcellulose ( CMC ).
9, The trouble with these negotiations is that they strain at a gnat and swallow a camel.
10, The difference of temperature and strain at vary area of structure often lead cracks.
11, Ye blind guides, which strain at a gnat, and swallow a camel.
12, The control parameters are maximum tensile strain at the bottom of structural layers, vertical compressive strain on the top of roadbed and deflection on the surface of pavement.
13, He is just the chap to strain at a gnat and swallow a camel.
14, Patient M17 was the only individual who was colonised by the epidemic strain at the time of first referral to the unit.
15, She had a busy week,(http://sentencedict.com/strain at.html) and she's under a lot of strain at the moment.
16, Hill has ended his last three games in agony since he first suffered the muscle strain at Ipswich earlier this month.
17, As was suggested in argument, that would indeed be to swallow the elephant and strain at the gnat.
18, The course of recrystallization is speeded up with increasing the velocity of strain at a constant total distortion.
19, When the ratio not more than 0.2, CFRP tensile strain can reach or exceed the permissible strain at ultimate capacity state, and therefore CFRP can work efficiently.
20, Vertical alignment of QDsin multilayers is interpreted with lateral tensile strain at the growth front, when the thickness of the spacer layer is below a critical value.
21, She'll consider it your fault if we quarrel because you strain at a gnat.
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