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1. Is it OK with you if I come about six?
2. How did the problem come about in the first place?
3. How did the accident come about?
4. I don't know how this confusion has come about.
5. How did this dangerous state of affairs come about?
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6. How did it come about that he knew where we were?
7. How did this state of affairs come about?
8. Any border changes will come about only by negotiation.
9. The interest in primitive art had come about largely, of course, through the work of Gauguin.
10. Instead it will come about through natural selection.
11. And they come about through inheritance,[sentencedict.com] acquisition or invention.
12. She guessed they'd come about twenty yards inland; she could still hear the sigh and fall of the incoming tide.
13. A union will only come about by 1997 if a substantial majority of Community members agree it should.
14. A number of educational reforms have come about as a result of the report.
15. These changes all come about gradually and are prerequisites to the development of the schemata permitting conservation.
16. How does it come about that different substances are found in different parts of the body?
17. How did it come about?
18. His extra two years had come about because he'd shot a security guard in the leg with a twelve-bore.
19. Any possible solution to the Irish question can only come about through dialogue.
20. On the other hand, a reduction in costs can come about through elimination of waste.
21. It is logically possible that any degree of perfection may come about.
22. Some one has been murdered in mysterious circumstances: how has it come about?
23. In the event the anticipated collapse of the first genetic engineering company amid a pile of bad debts did not come about.
24. Britain should therefore not hesitate to use whatever powers and diplomatic skills she possesses to ensure that it does not come about.
25. It hides from the inferiors the sources of domination and the process by which this has come about.
26. As far as can be made out, systems of fingerspelling have always come about by hearing invention.
27. The flushing models have thrown a curve to geophysicists trying to work out how this cycle has come about.
28. And is it not highly unlikely that there should be a rule which ensures that what we desire will come about?
29. How did they allow this sorry state of affairs to come about?
30. The citizens of Athens recognized that responsible citizenship would not come about automatically; it had to be carefully cultivated.
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