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(1) His waterproof trousers were brand new and stiff.
(2) How can he afford to buy himself a brand new car?
(3) It would be uneconomical to send a brand new tape.
(4) She bought her car brand new.
(5) His coat looked as if it was brand new.
(6) Someone had driven into the back of his brand new car.
(7) For most of us, a brand new designer kitchen is something we can only dream about.
(8) She told me it was brand new and I was stupid enough to believe her.
(9) Everything is brand new, in a sense.
(10) They're pictured here in their brand new packs.
(11) All of it looked brand new.
(12) The stove's brand new? That's good.
(13) Denny just bought a brand new color printer.
(14) One brand new product that seems to have scored a huge hit at the recent MacWorld show is Adobe's Illustrator.
(15) Well, there's a brand new salon in London that may have the answer to all your dreams.
(16) Even in 1987 the brand new ship was suffering smells similar to those which led to the deaths of Katherine and James Tomlins.
(17) Your invention certainly does not have to be brand new or expensive.
(18) Last thing,(Sentencedict.com) last thing I bought was brand new drawers and a kitchen table set.
(19) A handsome green book, brand new, was held up before her and then put into her hands.
(20) Standing beside him in the playground of the brand new glitter-and-glass comprehensive school was Tina Shepherd.
(21) I recently installed a brand new, 1. 6-gigabyte Western Digital hard drive in my 100-megahertz Pentium clone.
(22) Far more boats are bought second-hand than are bought brand new.
(23) They made a clean sweep of their old furniture and replaced it with brand new pieces. Sentencedict.com
(24) Thatcher is unique among her predecessors in having given the English language a brand new ism, created from her own name.
(25) His eyes were out on stalks as he watched his neighbour drive past in a brand new Porsche.
(26) My dad bought me a 67 Chevy automatic, with a brand new paint job.
(27) School joy: Eastbourne School, Darlington, will take delivery of a brand new ￡14,000 minibus on Wednesday.
(28) He had a little girl with him, maybe four years old, wearing a brand new dress several sizes too big.
(29) Along the side of the track, from the farmyard to the front gate, some one had built a brand new fence.
(30) We may well ask: where shall I begin in teaching a brand new congregation?
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