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1. The team's supporters sang a victory chant.
2. He was greeted by the chant of "Judas! Judas!".
3. chant the eulogy of sb.
4. Others in the crowd took up the chant .
5. The fans started to sing the familiar football chant, "Here we go, here we go,(sentencedict.com) here we go!".
6. The subject of his poem is to chant the praises of labour heroes.
7. The chant was deafeningly clear from the outset.
8. The old woman began to chant.
9. The rest of the dryads began a low chant.
10. We chant at a Shinto shrine.
11. The chant is certain to be sustained until the International Board announce their decision at their annual meeting in Auckland next April.
12. You just sit on the ground, chant, douse yourself with gasoline and light a match.
13. The former had come to Chant in a derelict house in Clerkenwell; about that there was no ambiguity.
14. They chant their tables before playtime with tops, skipping ropes and hoops.
15. A V-sign, an offensive tattoo and a drunken chant could be sufficient for a police officer to act.
16. Yet each year they continue to chant the get-tough mantra: more funding, more firepower and stiffer sanctions.
17. And then he stopped to chant and puff at the pipe.
18. Between each song, a chant pushes up like a hushed inhale, murmuring from a hesitant corner.
18. Sentencedict.com is a sentence dictionary, on which you can find nice sentences for a large number of words.
19. The music is as old as Gregorian chant and as fresh as a Disney soundtrack.
20. They stepped forward, and raised Chant by his broken arms.
21. The old man continued to chant and Corbett suddenly felt more relaxed.
22. When was the last time you heard that chant in the Coliseum?
23. All those slogans we used to chant sound so hackneyed now.
24. He nodded Chant on, and together they headed over the ill-lit and squalid ground.
25. Running in a clump through a crowded station, like the Bash Street Kids, keeping perfect time with chant and clap.
26. I fancied I could hear the cold laughter of market traders and the chant of children's games.
27. Some of the allure is a residue of the Gregorian chant mania of a few years ago.
28. Some were wounded before they left the destroyer, including Stuart Chant and Sergeant Chamberlain.
29. To forget the words in the middle of a chant would be most embarrassing.
30. As the pace began to quicken and the complicated threads of the chant began to rise Rincewind found himself watching fascinated.
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