Similar words: far from, differ from, learn from, from, as from, come from, away from, hear.
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1. If we do not hear from you by December 1, 1998...
2. The police are anxious to hear from anyone who may know the whereabouts of the firearms.
3. If you don't hear from the builders this week, make sure you chase them up.
4. When I didn't hear from the suppliers or receive a refund, I chased the matter up.
5. Michelle sounded excited to hear from him.
6. How often do you hear from your sister?
7. Now let's hear from Sue at our travel desk.
8. It was good to hear from him again.
9. We hear from him on a regular basis .
10. Do you ever hear from Jack?
11. I hear from him every now and then.
12. Don't be late again or you'll hear from him.
13. I am always pleased to hear from former students.
14. When they did not hear from her, they feared the worst.
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16. Police want to hear from anyone who has any information about the attack.
17. Drop us a line, it's always great to hear from you.
18. My guess is that we won't hear from him again.
19. We're particularly interested to hear from people who speak two or more European languages.
20. He was none too thrilled to hear from me at that hour.
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22. I was so pleased to hear from you.
23. Native marines in Lancashire I should like to hear from anyone who has set up a coldwater marine tank in this area.
24. Incidently, we often hear from clients that their good friends are supportive of their efforts.
25. I won't hear from her until the day after tomorrow, she told herself.
26. If you are interested, would like to hear from you on.
27. She must have been gratified to hear from a famous person like himself.
28. Do you have a knack for coming up with ideas? If so, we would love to hear from you.
29. The only jokes I tell are the ones that I hear from you.
30. I join him in congratulating the industry on its export achievements - something that we never hear from the Labour party.
More similar words: far from, differ from, learn from, from, as from, come from, away from, hear, free from, keep from, from now on, heart, apart from, aside from, hear of, at heart, depart from, derive from, exempt from, from memory, result from, by heart, benefit from, heart and soul, from time to time, year after year, frown, heal, head, Roman.