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(1) I find what he says rather hard to credit.
(2) They couldn't find what they wanted and decided to look elsewhere.
(3) I find what you have said very encouraging.
(4) I did eventually find what I was after.
(5) He flipped through the papers but could not find what he was looking for.
(6) Far from winning concessions, however, they will find what they are doing is abhorrent both to the Protestant and Catholic communities.
(7) You need to find what is right with your current life-style, in terms of food and exercise, and what needs improvement.
(8) Please go to the periodical reading room and find what you want.
(9) If you can't find what they need now or if it feels like the person's only agenda is to beat you to a pulp, don't feel badly about taking a time-out if needed.
(10) I find what you say most enlightening.
(11) You'll find what you need to know in the Customized Programs section of the policy manual.
(12) He added, If the test does not find what the theory predicts about W boson scattering, it would be evidence that one of string theory s key mathematical assumptions is violated.
(13) You can find what you need easily if you search in the OPAC.
(14) Some firms give up the ghost before they find what they are looking for.
(15) Why do people always find what they are looking for in the last place they look?
(16) 'Both of you have to mellow out and find what works for you, ' say Ms. Weber.
(17) I've reorganized my files so that I can easily find what I'm looking for.
(18) Keep your eyes open and your feet moving forward. You'll find what you need.
(19) I've been puzzling over all the figures, trying to find what happened to the missing money.
(20) I've made exhaustive enquiries, but haven't been able to find what I want.
(21) Thank you for going to so much trouble to find what I was looking for. Sentencedict.com
(22) The shop assistant went out of his way to find what we needed.
(23) They move immediately to the pragmatic therapeutic approach and try to find what action restores the child to normal.
(24) Try to listen to and understand others, even if you find what they say uncongenial or hard to follow. 3.
(25) If you value your career, the argument would go, you find what you are supposed to.
(26) It sometimes requires experience, or help of a luthier, to find what lies beneath the surface.
(27) When you're searching for a location in Bing's Maps and find what you are looking for, you can add the location to a Collection that's tied into to your Windows Live account.
(28) You can specify criteria in the left section of the Project Home Page to find what you are looking for by choosing from tags, attributes, and folders to narrow the list of artifacts.
(29) Lisa has a very busy day today. Lookat the bold-faced letters, put them in order and find what she is going to buy to her aunts house.
(30) Using a numerical technique familiar to him from his day job, he was able to find what looked like the best.
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