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1. He appeared hardly capable of conducting a coherent conversation.
2. The Government lacks a coherent economic policy.
3. He has failed to work out a coherent strategy for modernising the service.
4. They were never a coherent group.
5. Their views coalesced to form a coherent policy.
6. He's not very coherent on the telephone.
7. The subjects of the curriculum form a coherent whole.
8. The President's policy is perfectly coherent.
9. You're not being very coherent.
10. The film lacks a coherent story.
11. He sounded coherent, but he was too ill to have any idea what he was saying.
12. Without a coherent set of policies to persuade the electorate, the Republicans have resorted to sloganeering and empty rhetoric.
13. She only became coherent again two hours after the attack.
14. A coherent strategy for getting more people back to work needs to be developed.
15. The state is not a unified and internally coherent entity.
16. No coherent policy on radioactive waste disposal.
17. This makes the music less coherent, even enigmatic.
18. A coherent theory of jurisdiction is produced.
19. Her mind devoid of any coherent thought, Hilary panicked.
20. But no coherent pattern has emerged.
21. Real skins are much less coherent than the stereotype.
22. The party's policies were based on prejudice rather than on any coherent ideology.
23. The three years of the course are planned as a coherent whole.
24. He's so calm when he answers questions in interviews. I wish I could be that coherent.
25. He was so upset that he was incapable of coherent thought.
26. He tried to fit the pieces of evidence together to make a coherent whole.
27. Little attempt was made to integrate the parts into a coherent whole.
27. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
28. He marvelled that a man in such intense pain could be so coherent.
29. The view of party leader coalesce to form a coherent policy.
30. She was struggling to organize her ideas into a coherent whole.
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