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1. It has come to light that he was lying.
2. New evidence has recently come to light.
3. Fresh evidence has recently come to light which suggests that he didn't in fact commit the murder.
4. This evidence did not come to light until after the trial.
5. But as Judge Priore's investigation continues, more mysteries come to light.
6. The matter had come to light when the consignees in New York reported to London that the diamonds were overdue.
7. The swop did not come to light until Arlena, who suffered from a congenital heart defect, had to undergo surgery.
8. But other artists have come to light through less likely channels, such as the pages of colour supplements.
9. A political scandal has recently come to light.
10. Truth will come to light.
11. New evidence has come to light.
12. Nothing about this sum has come to light.
13. The mystery has now come to light.
14. Later, many similar substances come to light.
15. He pardoned after fresh evidence had come to light.
16. The predictions have come to light again after a well-preserved copy of the historic edition was found by John and Joyce Jenkins among a pile of magazines in a wardrobe at their home in Plymouth.
17. He was pardoned after fresh evidence had come to light.
18. Some important evidence has come to light about the murder.
19. These come to light especially where languages of the same family diverge.
20. Some inconsistencies in the present guidelines come to light only after scientists started doing research.
21. New facts about the ancient Egypt have recently come to light.
22. The judge ordered a retrial because new evidence had come to light.
23. The Vendor objects to being required to notify the Purchaser of breaches which may come to light between exchange and completion.
24. At the bottom, five sealed envelopes with smaller quantities of cocaine inside come to light.
24. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and build good sentences.
25. Many of the details of the events leading up to the bombing have come to light in recent months.
26. During this stage, the government may accept amendments or amend its own bill if deficiencies in drafting come to light.
27. A letter hidden for years by British silent movie pioneer Charlie Chaplin has come to light which claims he lied about his birthplace and was in fact born in a gypsy caravan.
28. Perhaps very soon a crime with perpetrator unknown will come to light.
29. Also, the structural imbalance and social conflicts inbuilt and deep-rooted in the US social fabric have come to light massively and extensively.
30. In the classic account "The Great Crash, " John Kenneth Galbraith notes that booms always mask many cases of embezzlement, which come to light during the bust.
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