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1. If we can't afford beef, we have to do with pork.
2. He'll have to do with what he has got; there is no more.
3. These factors, interestingly, all have to do with the quality of the work environment.
4. They have to do with overlapping, but not necessarily co-extensive aspirations for specialist teams.
5. The reasons for this are various, but mostly have to do with interleague play and unbalanced schedules.
6. Some of these testimonies have to do with stressors that employers are inflicting on people.
7. But it may also have to do with the so-called sports that were on display.
8. Most of them have to do with pattern recognition.
9. I thought it might have to do with the distraction of his continuing domestic situation.
10. The fears always have to do with undermining male solidarity and dominance.
11. What did finesse have to do with that wild upsurge of feeling which had almost overwhelmed her?
12. Did it have to do with space and time?
13. So what does that have to do with being stuck in career negativity?
14. More disturbing questions have to do with those who serve on juries.
15. But some of these projects clearly also have to do with the problem of conserving the built heritage.
16. After all(sentencedict.com), that is what you have to do with shopping trolleys.
17. The first two criteria have to do with setting agendas and the others with building networks.
18. It will have to do with Holy Week and Chimayo.
19. What on earth does any of this have to do with our feelings of conscious awareness?
20. What did the secret have to do with?
21. The deeper problems in the art market have to do with the depredations of the auction houses.
22. This may have to do with our chauvinistic attachment to learning as an exclusive mark of our species.
23. Some of the differences between Protestant denominations have to do with ritual.
24. What does all that retailing and wrapping paper have to do with peace on earth?
24. Sentencedict.com is a sentence dictionary, on which you can find nice sentences for a large number of words.
25. If the usual team is unable to come, we shall have to do with other players.
26. Some equations, asserted in a certain context or on certain assumptions, have to do with parts of causal circumstances.
27. The basic elements of the notion of a group have to do with interdependency or interaction.
28. It's unlike solidarity or fellow feeling or altruism because love and those other particular virtues or reasons for caring about other people have to do with who they are in particular.
29. Please put the matter right at once, letting us know what we have to do with the unsold balance of 50 dozen watches.
30. But learning is overrated as something difficult to evolve. This may have to do with our chauvinistic attachment to learning as an exclusive mark of our species.
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