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1 Stanley traversed the continent from west to east.
2 She loved the African continent.
3 Statesmen will crisscross the Continent.
4 Coffee was introduced into England from the Continent.
5 Africa is a big continent.
6 There are two long rivers within the continent.
7 He found driving on the Continent very different to Britain.
8 Africa is a continent.
9 It is geographically more diverse than any other continent.
10 Wolves are still found on the continent of Europe.
11 We're going to spend a weekend on the Continent.
12 Africa is a continent, but Greenland is not.
13 The sea divides England and the Continent.
14 The famine threatened to depopulate the continent.
15 The scientists estimate that nearly two-thirds of the continent has become drier over the past 60 years.
16 On the continent people are more tolerant of children in public places.
17 Live animals are transported across the continent,(www.Sentencedict.com) packed tightly into lorries.
18 The world's coldest continent, and the most difficult to reach, is Antarctica.
19 You can't generalize about a continent as varied as Europe.
20 Ancient historians wrote of a lost continent beneath the ocean.
21 As it expands its services around the continent, the competition it offers should force the other airlines to raise their game.
22 Columbus discovered America but did not explore the new continent.
23 Geographically, the UK is on the periphery of Europe, while Paris is at the heart of the continent.
24 I dream of the realization of the unity of Africa, whereby its leaders combine in their efforts to solve the problems of this continent. I dream of our vast deserts, of our forests, of all our great wildernesses.
25 The city lay defenceless before the most powerful fighting force on the continent.
26 Its shops are among the most stylish on the Continent.
27 For the purposes of this book, America is taken to include the continent north of Mexico.
28 She emigrated to America in 1995. Many people from other parts of the continent dislike this use of America to mean just the US, but it is very common.
29 He made some inquiries and discovered she had gone to the Continent.
30 Historically and culturally, Britain has always been linked to the continent.
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