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1, The airline is beginning to claw back some of the business it lost after the bomb explosion.
2, They will eventually be able to claw back all or most of the debt.
3, Newcastle managed to claw a goal back.
4, She tried to claw at his face.
5, The dogs continued to paw and claw frantically at the chain mesh.
6, The Chancellor will try to claw back ￡3.5 billion in next year's Budget.
7, Some did manage to claw their way up iron ladders to the safety of the upper deck.
8, They're trying to claw back their share of the market.
9, The company is trying to claw back its share of the market.
10, The company has managed to claw back its share of the market.
11, The Chancellor is expected to claw back £2.8 billion in the budget.
12, But extra tax revenue from working pensioners could claw back ￡130m.
13, Pack claw and body meat in alternate layers in small fire-proof pots.
14, Plump as a brioche,[http://sentencedict.com/claw.html] with twisted arms and claw legs.
15, You have to really work and claw your way up there.
16, Provided the manufacturer can claw back the benefits, this will increase its profitability.
17, They let the claw go each year and it grows back as big as ever.
18, Choose a claw hammer, which can pull nails out as well as drive them.
19, It has three pairs of legs, each ending in a large claw.
20, The old cladding can be easily removed using a claw hammer.
21, The rescuers could hear the sound of the trapped people desperately trying to claw their way through the rubble.
22, Reality overtakes it and it hasn't the reserves to claw back.
23, Dunne slipped his hand into the interior pocket of his pants and gripped the iron claw.
24, As with any pattern knitting(sentencedict.com), you must use the claw weights at the edges of the knitting.
25, There was not a man present who had not stepped over bodies of rivals to claw his way to his present position.
26, A woman stealing from my desk ... Unconsciously one hand became a claw reaching for the other's throat.
27, Each sported two flails of sinuous steel tentacles and a crab-like claw.
28, It was slightly curved at the end like a large claw.
29, Even sociology, it turns out, can be red in tooth and claw.
30, They grab hold of the killer's flesh, clamp tight and then cast off the claw.
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