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1 I was amazed at the extent of his knowledge.
2 The playground covers over an acre in extent.
3 She cannot comprehend the extent of the disaster.
4 She was exaggerating the true extent of the problem.
5 I agree with you to some extent.
6 He'd always been odd, but not to this extent.
7 What is the extent of your garden?
8 To an extent you have something there.
9 This jog warmed me to a certain extent.
10 The overall extent of civilian casualties remained unclear.
11 The open ground was several acres in extent.
12 It is difficult to assess the full extent of the damage.
13 They finally awoke to the full extent of the problem.
14 From the roof we could see the full extent of the park.
15 The government itself has little information on the extent of industrial pollution.
16 To what extent will the budget have to be modified?
17 Both parties were held to be to some extent culpable.
18 The allegations implicated Abe to such an extent he was forced to resign.
19 We all to some extent remember the good times and forget the bad.
20 She was aghast at the extent of the damage to her car.
21 The two categories overlap to some extent.
22 This will relieve pressure on the trains to some extent.
23 When your heart is getting exhausted to a certain extent(sentencedict.com),[www.Sentencedict.com]you are too weak to anger.
24 Through doing this, the teacher will be able to ascertain the extent to which the child understands what he is reading.
25 Genius is hard work, someone once said. If this is not entirely correct, at least it is to a great extent right.
26 The new race track is nearly six miles in extent.
27 I know it seems that only love what you are trained to live up to what extent.
28 The pollution of the forest has seriously affected plant life and, to a lesser extent, wildlife.
29 Both drinking and smoking among young people are increasing to an alarming extent.
30 No medication works in isolation but is affected to a greater or lesser extent by many other factors.
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