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3. to move as if accompanied by a singsong.
4. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
5. The kind old man is accompanied all the time.
6. His wife accompanied him on the trip.
7. The official was accompanied by all the pomp of his high position.
8. The gang chief went everywhere accompanied by his henchman.
9. A warm and harmonious song has accompanied us for three years.
10. She accompanied me to the doctor's.
11. Children under fourteen should be accompanied by a parent.
12. The course books are accompanied by four cassettes.
13. She was accompanied by her elder sister.
14. The dish was accompanied by a variety of pickles.
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15. He accompanied his words with actions.
16. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
17. He sang and Alice accompanied him on the piano.
18. Depression is almost always accompanied by insomnia.
19. They accompanied him during his exercise periods.
20. You will be accompanied as far as the border; thereafter you must find your own way.
21. Her entrance was accompanied by suitably dramatic music.
22. The text is accompanied by illustrations.
23. He was accompanied on the expedition by his wife.
24. She accompanied him from a sense of loyalty.
25. We can only print letters which are accompanied by the writer's name and address.
26. Ageing is accompanied by a slow degeneration of his mental faculties.
27. The minister was accompanied by his secretary to the hospital.
28. The festival is accompanied by a huge influx of tourists.
29. His actions were accompanied by a rambling monologue.
30. Diana's house was crowded with happy people whose spontaneous outbursts of song were accompanied by lively music.
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