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1. Outside, mumbling, was one of New York's ever-present crazies.
2. The danger, the boredom, the ever-present discipline along with the exhilaration of aviation training are all vividly recalled.
3. The ever-present shadow cast by Camilla merely served to throw fuel on the flames.
4. This proved some consolation for the ever-present insecurity Jean-Claude's secret life imposed on me.
5. Although the ever-present rumors abounded, the next large-scale insurrection did not occur until January 1811 in Louisiana.
6. But although change is ever-present, some periods seem to see greater and more significant shifts than others.
7. Only the ever-present threat of them helped the peasants to retain part of the liberties and advantages that they had earlier acquired.
8. To leave the ever-present tension of Great Meadow was like shedding stiff, formal clothes or kicking off pinching shoes.
9. This last hazard is, of course, an ever-present danger in the social sciences, and can apply to any approach.
10. Many businesspeople feel a subtle but ever-present mistrust of their readers.
11. Their attitudes, values, habits of learning are ever-present in a school classroom.
12. Fans will anxiously await a fitness report on ever-present Pears before their crunch game at Wolves on Saturday.
13. Cholera remains an ever-present risk in many countries.
14. There, a child grows up under the ever-present attention of his parents; therefore the jungles and the savannahs know of no 'juvenile delinquency'.
15. For the past half-hour she had been feeling distinctly uneasy as the ever-present shadows had deepened into almost impenetrable blackness.
16. It also demonstrated how volatile the presidential race is, with change an ever-present participant.
17. Striker Paul Wilkinson must also be suffering fatigue as the only ever-present outfield player.
18. In turn the rural regions become much more productive as farmers appreciate the ever-present and growing demand for food from the urbanites.
19. With her were only her private secretary and the ever-present detective.
20. In reality, public companies not only compete against other: they also have to guard against the ever-present risk of takeovers.
21. In their place were a strange land, a strange people, and the ever-present possibility of violence and extinction.
22. Five days and four nights subjected to shelling and mortaring and the ever-present sniping.
23. The Chilcotts were still commonly known as Amossy's tribe, his shade an ever-present influence upon them.
24. It also demonstrated how volatile is a presidential race in which change is an ever-present participant.
25. A fresh, free-range egg should last beautifully at room temperature for at least a week but, with the ever-present risk of salmonella, all authorities now recommend keeping them refrigerated.
26. "Transparency gives the reader information by which she can undo some of the unintended effects of the ever-present biases," he said in a blog post last year.
27. The explanation of the many ways of impressing the subconscious mind and getting the right answers make this an extraordinarily valuable book and an ever-present help in time of trouble.
27. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
28. The blast of the brightly-coloured plastic trumpet has been likened to an elephant or a swarm of angry bees. It will provide a discordant and ever-present backdrop to events on the pitch.
29. Key uncertainties include the relationship between China and the US, the threat of internal unrest and the ever-present danger of unexpected, capricious political decisions.
30. The other thing which captured my attention during the story was the ever-present cigarette between the fingers or lips of our artist.
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