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1, Can I bank on your support?
2, You can bank on him to hand you a reasonable bill for your services.
3, I wrote to my bank on 6th March.
4, "Do you think she'll come?" "I wouldn't bank on it".
5, Don't bank on your friends to help you out of trouble.
6, Have you been to the bank on the square?
7, Shows you can invest in. Bank on.
8, I'll stop at the bank on the way home.
9, Middleton had denied breaking into the bank on 6 December last year while acting with others, with intent to steal.
10, If football's not your game ... you can bank on a feast of other sports this holiday weekend.
11, You can always bank on Ally McCoist to defuse the tension.
12, The bank on each side of the oak tree was bare and consisted of a light,[http://sentencedict.com/bank on.html] gravelly soil.
13, On a steeply wooded bank on the brink of a stream valley I walked into the cherry grove.
14, A trader could no longer bank on mortgages' being cheap because of a dearth of buyers.
15, Payments are made to the exporter by the bank on presentation of documents certifying compliance with the original contract.
16, The bank on this side is low, only half a metre above the white plain of the snow-covered river.
17, So Guthrie went to Cincinnati to rob a bank on his own.
18, You can bank on me when you need money.
19, The bank on this street was held up.
20, I bank on your help.
21, The bank on Wednesday also trimmed reserve requirements for banks, freeing up more cash for lending.
22, She might already have cleaned up but I wouldn't bank on it .
23, "He's not still there, I suppose?" — "I wouldn't bank on that," she said.
24, It became the biggest seller of stocks and bonds by slowly building an investment bank on top of its traditional brokerage business.
25, I moved down the corridor, as instructed, and rounded the elevators to the bank on the far side.
26, I would have, too, I thought, after I went to the bank on Monday.
27, In the latest raid, customers and staff were held at gunpoint in the Ballyholme branch of the Northern Bank on Wednesday.
28, Acting Det Insp Steve Richards urged people taking money to the bank on a regular basis to vary the routes and times.
29, You just walk down this corridor and around these elevators to the bank on the far side.
30, Make a left at Crenshaw Boulevard and you'll see a bank on your right.