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(1) Wild notions inhabit his mind.
(2) They inhabit the tropical forests.
(3) Many forms of aquatic life inhabit ponds.
(4) Wild tribes still inhabit part of the Philippines.
(5) I have no idea what sort of people inhabit the area.
(6) Several different species of fish inhabit these turbid shallow waters.
(7) Over 1(sentencedict.com),500 different species of fish inhabit the waters around the reef.
(8) The characters in his novels inhabit a bleak and hopeless universe.
(9) Some very rare birds inhabit our stretch of the river.
(10) They inhabit reed huts built on stilts above the water.
(11) But new exquisite life can't inhabit such places.
(12) Lark buntings inhabit the prairies, breeding in alfalfa fields.
(13) The bacteria that inhabit the undersea hot springs fall into this group.
(14) I've no idea what sort of people inhabit the area.
(15) The tribes which inhabit the Upper Hunter and the adjacent parts of the colony are extremely harmless and well disposed.
(16) The people who inhabit this world are people like us,(sentencedict.com) people who pass us in the street.
(17) Few creatures inhabit the ocean floor, where there is no light to sustain them.
(18) Our dramatispersonae are the people who inhabit these places and the people who speak about them in various public ways.
(19) What is the largest air-breathing creature ever to inhabit the earth?
(20) Woodpeckers inhabit hollow trees.
(21) He is the sort of well-groomed man you expect to inhabit an executive-size corporate office.
(22) On the Labour side, there is a solid body of such members who inhabit the Tearoom.
(23) Reading such a text we are reminded that the world we inhabit is constructed, not given; constructed in language.
(24) Lush simplicity, spatial silence and rhythmic repetition create a musical atmosphere the mind can inhabit.
(25) This demand has to be made in conjunction with demands for greater control over public housing, by those who inhabit it.
(26) The farina varies according to the region, and with it the spirits that inhabit the landscape, often seven in number.
(27) It may take patience, but it is important to be fastidious about what sort of home you are prepared to inhabit.
(28) It is clear that the destination of post-mortem existence was a world other than and different from the world human beings inhabit.
(29) It feeds upon flying insects and the tiny fish that inhabit the Aquasphere.
(30) A suggestive hint comes from Trinidad where small fish called guppies vary in color according to the stretch of water they inhabit.
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