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1. There's space for three people. Four at a pinch.
2. At a pinch it can be used as a weapon.
3. The recipe is for beef, but at a pinch you could use chicken.
4. Six people, and more at a pinch, could be seated comfortably at the table.
5. We can get six people round this table at a pinch.
6. Ponyets could have handled them at a pinch.
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7. Interior is snug but seats four at a pinch.
8. Or at a pinch he might be able to squeeze himself into the desk drawer and hide.
9. Her appointments for the following week could, at a pinch, be postponed.
10. You could, at a pinch, also serve either with the Pizzettas.
11. A penny at a pinch is worth a pound.
12. At a pinch this can be used as a weapon.
13. The new man's people say everything , at a pinch, has taken place in a legal framework.
14. Never trust a friend who deserts you at a pinch.
15. I need £2000 to set up the business, but I suppose £1500 would do at a pinch.
16. We can put up ten people for the night at a pinch.
17. But this novel has not just one but two barmen who could also at a pinch be hailed as lords of language.
18. Our flat was a little box that would have probably accommodated Michael's sports shoes at a pinch.
19. There is a large bench seat in the rear which will accommodate two adults or three smaller people at a pinch.
20. They can put up at least 6 people for the night at a pinch.
21. They can at least 6 people for the night at a pinch.
22. We really need three but we could manage with two at a pinch.
23. Morris is of those who can always get money at a pinch.
24. And the coxswain, Israel Hands, was a careful, wily, old, experienced seaman, who could be trusted at a pinch with almost anything.
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