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1) Even an experienced climber can get into trouble.
2) Perhaps I shouldn't say that-I might get into trouble.
3) You mustn't tell or we'll get into trouble.
4) If you get into trouble, don't hesitate to ask for help.
5) I hope you won't get into trouble because of what I said to your dad.
6) You get into trouble and I have to stump up the money for you.
7) Adolescents are most likely to get into trouble when they're at a loose end.
8) I didn't want to get into trouble.
9) Businesspeople who use the per diem rule get into trouble because they overpay per diem rates.
10) Walkers and climbers who get into trouble are often found later to have strayed off their intended course.
11) It is not just gang members who get into trouble - it's middle-class and upper-class kids as well.
12) Active, occupied children are less likely to get into trouble.
13) And he wasn't the kind of bloke to get into trouble with some people that might matter.
14) Don't copy my work or we'll both get into trouble.
15) They loose all sense of direction and get into trouble.
16) Newspapers tended to get into trouble with governments, something which had happened before independence and since.
17) His children seem to get into trouble at every opportunity.
18) Harry's going to get into trouble if he keeps skiving off on Friday afternoons.
19) Boredom is one of the main reasons kids get into trouble.
20) And that we only get into trouble if we drive them while eating a Kit Kat.
21) Even an experienced cumber will get into trouble.
22) There's nothing to do in this town except mooching around the streets; no wonder young people get into trouble.
23) I didn't say anything because I didn't want to get into trouble .
24) Her sister, 10-year-old Claire, was amazed that people could make rude jokes and not get into trouble for it.
25) I don't want to be a spokesperson for why things go wrong in Hollywood, because then I get into trouble.
26) She wants to take biscuits from the kitchen but she doesn't because she knows she will get into trouble.
27) And when it comes to the home-office deduction,[http://sentencedict.com/get into trouble.html] business owners get into trouble in two areas: 1.
28) A lot of kids don't have enough to do in their spare time, and that's when they get into trouble.
29) Try to sail in a location offering safety cover - a rescue boat to pick you up if you get into trouble.
30) I talked to some of the people around there because I didn't want to get into trouble.
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