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Sentence count:133+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-01-19Updated:2020-07-24
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1. Social problems cropped up in the wake of natural disasters.
2. Seagulls followed in the wake of the huge ship.
3. Famine followed in the wake of the drought.
4. Dolphins sometimes play in the wake of the boats.
5. Airport security was extra tight in the wake of yesterday's bomb attacks.
6. There have been demonstrations on the streets in the wake of the recent bomb attack.
7. The country's president has appealed for international aid in the wake of the disaster.
8. Several governments have adopted tough new anti-terrorist legislation in the wake of the attacks.
9. Outbreaks of disease occurred in the wake of the drought.
10. Feelings there have been running high in the wake of last week's killing.
11. The morning was cold, in the wake of the north wind that had frozen the fields since mid-March.
12. Employees dismissed in the wake of such an exercise will usually be redundant.
13. Salomon discards a pay plan in the wake of a string of key departures.
14. The interest in the sale comes in the wake of Durham County Council's decision to close eight of its homes.
15. Cattle Ranching Hungry subsistence farmers follow in the wake of loggers.
16. Cars and vans rolled through the crowd(sentencedict.com), in the wake of the jeeps.
17. The move comes in the wake of the recent Echo Inquiry which exposed the potential danger in flats and bedsits.
18. The breakthrough against the gang came in the wake of the murder of Mr Truesdale at Oldpark Road.
19. In the wake of the Daily Post revelations, health chiefs have called an urgent meeting to discuss the matter.
20. Even in the wake of a setback, the healthy organization seeks to identify signs of progress and evidence of innovative thinking.
21. In the wake of this most recent setback, even 2 % now looks optimistic.
22. Hundreds of thousands have registered in the wake of the march, he said, including 30, 000 in Atlanta alone.
23. The governor has enjoyed a huge surge in the polls in the wake of last week's convention.
24. There were obvious signs of the feel-good factor in the last survey taken in the wake of the election result.
25. They also might enable companies to resume the building projects they abandoned in the wake of the December 1994 peso devaluation.
26. Several high-ranking Apple executives, including its top marketing officer, have left in the wake of Jobs' ascendance.
27. Like Kathy, she had found great spiritual consolation at Holy Trinity in the wake of a broken marriage.
28. One idea is to revive a bill put forward in 1991, in the wake of a previous corruption scandal.sentence dictionary
29. A spokesman for Walton Hospital said security would be put on full alert in the wake of the incident.
30. To some extent the advances made in our primary schools in the wake of the Plowden Report have been squandered.
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