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1. It'll do the trick.
2. A bit more flour should do the trick.
3. Sometimes a few choice words will do the trick.
4. The bathrobe did not do the trick.
5. In Tucson, January golf tournaments do the trick.
6. It certainly seemed to do the trick.
7. That seemed to do the trick, or at least he thought so.
8. A doctored ball should do the trick for both at the same time.
9. Often a little give from one side will do the trick.
10. Can he also do the trick of getting out of here?
11. She didn't somehow think a stitch cutter would do the trick quite so well!
12. Something less than a precision guided missile would do the trick.
13. The second surgery on my knee seemed to do the trick.
14. Maybe computer science would do the trick.
15. Another turn of the pliers would do the trick.
16. Inhalations of menthol may do the trick.
16. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and create good sentences.
17. This sauce needs a bit of flavour - I know, some lemon juice should/ought to do the trick.
18. Still other companies seize on one of the cure-alls currently being widely touted and hope that it will do the trick.
19. Should you have any difficulty, a word with your Club rep will normally do the trick.
20. In fact, any strategy to reduce the number of receptors occupied could do the trick.
21. If your problems are straight forward, this low-cost solution may do the trick.
22. You don't have to breach netiquette to get flamed-just expressing a contrary or naive opinion should do the trick.
23. If the economy is floundering and confidence has faltered, a burst of spending might do the trick in turning around expectations.
24. Then ask her if she feels close enough to you to try it-that should do the trick.
25. Can a younger lover beat the ageing blues - or would a change of style do the trick for you?
26. Brown said the system has got to change-and suggested that the threat of less money may do the trick.
27. We took Ben to the vet and he was given a course of antibiotics, which seemed to do the trick.
28. Manz told her physician about the idea, and he agreed that group therapy might just do the trick.
29. If company cars, company fitted-kitchens or company hi-fi seem to do the trick, sad but fine.
30. Mr Kilroy-Silk, a high flier on the egg circuit, tells me he can do the trick with three eggs simultaneously.
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