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1. May you come into a good fortune!
2. He wants to come into the business on his own terms.
3. Craft of all kinds come into this port.
4. She will never come into the bookstall again.
5. Come into the kitchen while I brew up.
6. Long skirts have come into fashion again.
7. Mother has come into her own since the children left home, and she is making a new life for herself.
8. Would you come into the bar and have a drink with me?
9. My father has just come into a fortune in diamonds.
10. She married for money - love didn't come into it.
11. The spring flowers have come into bloom.
12. Your glasses would completely steam up when you come into the warm room in winter.
13. You realize that by rights you should not come into this room, don't you? This is only for people who work here.
14. The new world order was expected to come into existence after the collapse of Communism in eastern Europe and the end of the Cold War.
15. A flood of cheap imports has come into the country.
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16. Josie doesn't come into the movie until quite near the end.
17. Come into the office.
18. Personal feelings don't come into it?we have to do what's right.
19. When did this word come into common use?
20. Political considerations do come into play when making policy.
21. At dusk more fish come into the shallows.
22. The cuts will come into effect next May.
23. Roses start to come into flower in June.
24. The new government will come into power next month.
25. These issues have recently come into sharp focus .
26. They have come into conflict, sometimes violently.
27. jiddu Krishnamurti, lndia-born religious philosop Aman who does not know what passion is will never knowlove because love can come into being only when there is total self aban -donment .
28. In the summer months a different set of climatic factors come into play.
29. I've worked very hard to pass this exam-luck doesn't come into it.
30. He took the job because he liked the work. Money didn't come into the equation.
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