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1, She took a bite out of the slab of cake.
2, He wanted to take a bite out of the Big Apple .
3, He took a bite out of the pear.
4, I took a bite out of the sandwich.
5, There was a bite out of the top of the leg of lamb.
6, This oarsman says it took a bite out of his blade.
7, Buying school supplies, she said, took a big bite out of her allowance.
8, But coyotes are taking the biggest bite out of sheep farming in Northern California.
9, He agrees energy prices have taken a bite out of the workers'paychecks.
10, Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda another bite out of sequel to the 2008 summer blockbuster.
11, He agrees energy prices a bite out of workers'paychecks.
12, The moon takes a bite out of the sun Sunday over the seaside town of Valparaiso, Chile, during a partial solar eclipse.
13, A mouse once took a bite out of a bull's tail as he lay dozing.
14, Energy costs are taking a bite out of household budgets, especially for lower - income families.
15, Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda take another bite out of the Big Apple in the sequel to the 2008 summer blockbuster.
16, Cleaning takes a signficant bite out of my day.
17, He agrees energy prices have taken a bite out of workers'paychecks.
18, Bite out of a loophole,[http://sentencedict.com/bite out.html] Baiqian this loneliness.
19, Local taxes are going to be taking a bigger bite out of people's income than they ever have before.
20, I drank the tea which I had allowed to get cold and took a bite out of the kichel.
21, She must've sneaked into the pantry one day when nobody was looking and taken a bite out of that jelly.
22, The relatively slow pace of opening stores — only four so far in China — has led to knockoff Apple outlets, complete with stark white walls and the logo of an apple with a bite out of it.
23, As for animal foods, it's only common sense to me now that I wouldn't run up to a cow and try to take a bite out of its hide; nor would I bend down, shove its calf aside, and try to suckle its teats.
24, The negative wealth effect on the US economy could be US$800 billion. The knock-on effect could add considerably to it. It would obviously take a big bite out of the US$14 trillion American economy.
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