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1. She decided not to go through with the operation.
2. I had no choice but to go through with it.
3. He's determined to go through with the marriage despite his parents' opposition.
4. The company has decided not to go through with the takeover of its smaller rival.
5. How could he go through with this horrible farce?
6. But they're determined to go through with it.
7. That meant only one thing: he had to go through with it.
8. But they did not yet feel able to go through with changes in their actual behaviour.
9. She had to go through with it now, as she had exchanged contracts on the house.
10. How could she ever go through with it?
11. Did he go through with the treatment?
12. They are determined to go through with the undertaking.
13. Surely they will go through with the plan.
14. He is determined to go through with the undertaking.
15. He is determined to go through with the work.
16. For many couples, the decision to go through with prenatal testing is a no-brainer.
17. He felt that he had to go through with the marriage ceremony before May.
18. But will anyone have the bottle to go through with it?
19. He'd threatened to divorce her but I never thought he'd go through with it.
20. Richard pleaded for Belinda to reconsider and not to go through with the divorce.
21. For months I had been either unwilling or unable to go through with it.
22. I wanted to ask her out, but I lost my nerve and couldn't go through with it.
23. He beat her up and told her he would have her deported if she didn't go through with the pregnancy.
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24. That depended, of course, on whether he decided to go through with it or not.
25. So you have to make eight copies and then go through with a highlighter, one on each one.
26. And even as he began, a top executive from Renault-Williams tried to persuade him not to go through with it.
27. The hour had long since passed for his call to Virginia Stillman, and he debated whether to go through with it.
28. But, Spencer told his friend Humphrey Bogart, he didn't think he could go through with it.
29. No, Joan, you have crowned him; and you must go through with it.
30. This was a great lesson to me, and now I saw, though too late, the folly of beginning a work before we count the cost, and before we judge rightly of our own strength to go through with it.
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