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1, He got a blow in the head.
2, He knocked his opponent down with one blow in the competition.
3, The enemy got a fatal blow in the battle.
4, She got a real blow in the argument.
5, His presidential hopes suffered a fatal blow in New Hampshire.
6, You can blow in cellulose or fiberglass for $ 1 to $ 2 a square foot.
7, Each year thereafter new species blow in from outside the fence and take root.
8, His presidential hopes thus suffered a fatal blow in the snow drifts of New Hampshire.
9, Claudia opened her window and let the wind blow in on her face.
10, It was not a mortal blow in the style of Lord Howe who brought about the downfall of Margaret Thatcher.
11, I try to let my biases just blow in the breeze.
12, I dealt him a hard blow in the head.
13, The blow in the stomach doubled him up.
14, He got a hard blow in his head.
15, He got a blow in the eye.
16, The wind be blow in small gust.
17, She received a terrible blow in the stomach.
18, Don't argue, you're not to blow in your funds at Washington prices.
19, Thus Miss Pross, who had never struck a blow in her life.
20, How to spot low blow in boxing match like a judge?
21, You are like the wind blow in spring into my heart.
22, Blow in the microphone and see the sights and sounds of alive on your phone.
23, You shall blow in the parching heat of your sister, the Sun,[http://sentencedict.com/blow in.html] and wither and blast all that you touch.
24, Her death in April 1994 was the second great blow in his life.
25, Very many died without ever a chance of dealing a blow in return.
26, The bomb was between us and the exit; it would probably blow in a moment, and wreck the whole bar.
27, He had declared that nobody has the right to strike a blow in this house except himself or me.
28, The lead poses little threat if undisturbed but "replacing old windows or drilling into walls to blow in insulation, for example, can contaminate the house with lead dust," CELA said.
29, Although the domino theory seemed to have been dealt a fatal blow in the wake of the Vietnam War, it has re-emerged, phoenix-like, in the current debate over Afghanistan.
30, Make sure you shut the windows so the wind doesn't blow in.
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