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1. Here the music modulates from E to G.
2. Play it on the G string.
3. Don't drop the "g" in "dancing" and "walking".
4. What does'T. G.' stand for in 'T. G. Smith'?
5. They keep animals, e.g. goats and cattle.
6. The music modulates from G to D.
7. Play an F followed by a G.
8. G is soft in 'gin' and hard in 'get'.
9. This word goes under G.
10. 'Gold' begins with G / 'G'.
11. You should eat more food that contains a lot of fibre, e.g. fruit, vegetables and bread.
12. Spacecraft re-entering the earth's atmosphere are affected by g forces.
13. The interval from G to A is a whole tone.
14. 'God' begins with G/'G'.
15. A selection of correspondence from P G Wodehouse realised ￡1,232.
16. Road fragmentation kills vulnerable species, e.g. barn owls.
17. Yes, people like G.P., for all his faults.
18. G was a three-ring circus on Super Bowl Sunday.
19. Balto G A beautifully executed, edge-of-your-seat exciting animated adventure.
20. Metaphor: e.g. chain reaction 3.
21. G.W. Davidson will be in charge.
22. Babe G A best picture Oscar nominee.
23. I could not serve under L.G. again.
24. G Gravel rounded stone chips, coarser than sand.
25. G.. Kennan wants to call up the National Guard.
25. Sentencedict.com is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find excellent sentences for a large number of words.
26. At the end of this phrase, the music modulates from C to G.
27. The verb should be in the plural, e . g . " have " in " they have " .
28. At this point the players have to modulate from E to G.
29. The names of political parties are always capitalized, e.g. the Green Party.
30. To make this cake, you'll need 2 eggs, 175 g sugar and 175 g flour.