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1. Evan would be in deep trouble if he was caught.
2. He let me down when I was in deep trouble.
3. From what I heard the company's in deep trouble.
4. Anybody who steps out of line will be in deep trouble.
5. The company is in deep trouble again.
6. If he was caught, Ewan would be in deep trouble.
7. Our governments are in deep trouble today.
8. The German team were in deep trouble at the beginning of the match but in the end they came through.
9. At home, Felipe Gonzalez's Socialists are in deep trouble.
10. He's in deep trouble.
11. Again he got him in deep trouble, knocking him down three times last year.
12. He is in deep trouble.
13. We're in deep trouble.
14. Even in deep trouble for the future of life we have to maintain an optimistic attitude.
15. The rest of the economy remains in deep trouble.
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16. The global economy is in deep trouble and we are affected by it.
17. Our company is in deep trouble.
18. But by 2002, it was clear Ivory Coast in deep trouble, as Mr Ward had predicted.
19. He warned management during training camp that the team would be in deep trouble if either he or Johnson suffered injuries.
20. It put him, as investor in these two as well as Ballantynes the printers who were also insolvent, in deep trouble.
21. It was perfectly obvious from the accounts that the company was in deep trouble.
22. Planning permission for a big housing development has been refused, and the group is in deep trouble over it.
23. If everyone except Fifi and Manuel shows up at the compound, the lovers will be in deep trouble.
24. By the time I was involved the business had chalked up losses for many years and was in deep trouble.
25. When massive emergency transfusions become commonplace , a patient is usually in deep trouble.
26. The commercial - property market in most other parts of the developed world is in deep trouble.
27. Laurie: You know Annie some day your going to get us all in deep trouble.
28. When Jung , 43, took over Avon in November 1999, the company was in deep trouble.
29. For a variety of reasons, including too few resources, a muddled strategy and the venality and incompetence of the elected government of Hamid Karzai, the Western effort is in deep trouble.
30. If he isn't, America and the rest of the world are in deep trouble.
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