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1 I've got a pair of aces.
2 Draw a pair of parallel lines.
3 He wore a pair of black trousers.
4 She has lost a pair of stockings.
5 Mother bought her a pair of tennis shoes.
6 She bought a pair of woollen hose yesterday.
7 He wears a pair of shorts.
8 Mother bought me a pair of trousers.
9 I've lost a pair of spectacles.
10 Xiao Li has made a pair of cottonpadded trousers for a retired worker.
11 She took a pair of scissors and cut the string.
12 She fished out a pair of David's socks for her cold feet.
13 The policeman slipped a pair of handcuffs on his wrists.
14 Sometimes a creature uses a pair of antennae to swim.
15 It feels self-indulgent spending so much on a pair of shoes.
16 They equipped themselves with a pair of sharp axes and set off for the forest.
17 That's not the right way to hold a pair of scissors.
18 The police officer clicked a pair of handcuffs around his wrists.
19 A dynamo on a bicycle will power a pair of lights while the wheels are going round.
20 She opened her suitcase and took out a pair of shoes.
21 A pair of wide tracks led through the slush and mud.
22 They act like a pair of overgrown children .
23 He was wearing a pair of blue overalls.
24 She wears a pair of sheer stockings.
25 She slipped on a pair of sunglasses.
26 I find the best tool for the purpose is a pair of shears.
27 She put the bite on me so that she could buy a pair of new shoes.
28 With strong will,[sentencedict.com](www.Sentencedict.com) is equivalent to the feet to a pair of wings.
29 The store is closing out tomorrow; I'll go and buy a pair of shoes.
30 This piece of material may be cut up to make a pair of trousers.
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