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1 Americans today have an appetite for the truth.
2 If city dwellers do have an appetite for the square melon, they'll have to pay.
3 The provincial elections show that Iraqis have an appetite for it.
4 God intends for us to have an appetite for His Word.
5 To start with,(www.Sentencedict.com) you must have an appetite for knowledge.
6 I have an appetite for a nice big steak.
7 That seems as logical as biting into an orange to see if you have an appetite for an apple.
8 Their anxiety is not surprising, for seals and sharks feed along these shores, and both have an appetite for penguin.
9 A woman dictates before marriage in order that she may have an appetite for submission afterwards.
10 Although North America is the world's largest market for high intensity sweeteners, responsible for 60 percent of consumption, An said he still thinks Americans have an appetite for more sucralose.
11 But the Modern Warfare series has demonstrated that players have an appetite for games that purport to connect them to the wars their college roommates, or their sons, might be fighting in.
12 "Unless we do those things I don't think many people on my side of the aisle are going to have an appetite for increasing the debt ceiling," he said in a speech on the Senate floor.
13 Look forward, and China's internet-obsessed emerging middle class will surely have an appetite for liberty beyond the purely economic.
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