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1. I beg to differ from you on the opinion.
2. I beg to differ with you on that point.
3. I must beg to differ on this point.
4. Many would beg to differ with his terminology.
5. Ken Howard might beg to differ.
6. The publishing industry may beg to differ.
7. Selling some of course. I beg to differ.
8. Many baseball fans in Cleveland beg to differ.
9. I beg to differ .
10. B : I beg to differ with you on this matter.
11. Apple and others beg to differ.sentencedict.com
12. I beg to differ with you on this matter.
13. Of course, some fashion lovers beg to differ.
14. I beg to differ from your opinion.
15. I beg to differ with you, Mr Morison.
16. We beg to differ.
17. Well having discussed this matter with many typical users of word processors, I beg to differ.
18. I believe that what consenting adults do in private is their business beg to differ.
19. " England has one of the worst climates in the world! " " I beg to differ! "
20. But an ensemble of gamelan masters , who play inharmonic instruments like gongs , might beg to differ.
21. You may think that football is better to watch than cricket, but I beg to differ.
22. Despite what everyone says no one wins the league by Christmas, I beg to differ.
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