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1 No one is willing to predict what may transpire at the peace conference.
2 In life what you aspire will transpire - be it loss or gain, sun or rain, joy or pain. RVM
3 However, when other parameters are varied it may transpire that the optimum window size varies as well.
4 It may thus transpire that a marginal improvement is insufficient to justify the increase in complexity associated with this algorithm.
5 Seven days transpire in the course of the play.
6 We do not know what will transpire when we have a new boss.
7 Train envision ability of the, and innovation ability, transpire their thoughts. To cultivate students'practice ability.
8 All memorable events, I should say, transpire in morning time and in a morning atmosphere.
9 We do not know what may transpire when we have a new boss.
10 Unless you truly don't care how things transpire, take the reins this week.
11 We don't know what will transpire when we have a new boss.
12 I hurriedly with body of the hanging drawbar, quickly hook lives a coral reef, mega honked not to put, otherwise,(www.Sentencedict.com) I would like a leaf samples may transpire coiled where.
13 Don't get me wrong, I fully anticipated demand for this game to be huge as it is such a glamourous tie, what I didn't expect was what would transpire as the hours passed by this morning.
14 Train the envision ability of the students, and innovation ability, transpire their thoughts.
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