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1 I wish someone would invent an everlasting light bulb.
2 Can't you invent a better excuse than that?
3 I stood still, trying to invent a plausible excuse.
4 What excuse did he invent this time?
5 Many children invent an imaginary friend.
6 His father had helped invent a whole new way of doing business.
7 We have to invent a new method for sneaking prisoners out without being noticed by the guards.
8 But I didn't invent the story - everything I told you is true.
9 Parasites invent new keys; hosts change the locks.
10 Economic factors are predominant in the motivation to invent.
11 Invent some reason to quieten old Nosy Salt.
12 They began to invent ways of doing it better.
13 I cursed my luck and began to invent adventures.
14 Invent, too,[www.Sentencedict.com] some dialogue between Androcles and the lion.
15 After the war, the engineers had to invent some mammoth excavation devices to shoehorn them out.
16 I had been almost ready to invent some pretext for a foray to the northward.
17 So why was she tempted to invent such an extreme ending?
18 Jazzy grooves and top-class rapping; this helped invent trip-hop and all manner of other dubious things.
19 You can also invent little games, such as kicking a ball in a bucket or bowl of water.
20 Young people are fitter to invent than to judge; fitter for execution than for counsel; and more fit for new projects than for settled business. Francis Bacon
21 Turner did not invent the term, but merely gave it a new and more specialist application.
22 As things are, he has not only to invent his method, but also do most of the spadework for himself.
24 To avoid this trap, pick from the following list of ten top orders or invent your own.
25 While you are doing this trick it's a good idea to invent a little patter.
26 Tamayo said he would, but only if Remba could invent a process that would allow them to have a relief-like dimensionality.
27 If the woman didn't move soon she would have to invent an excuse.
28 He was mostly happy without an excessive amount of work, and when it was not there he did not invent it.
29 And when we run out of local traditions to invent, we can import from abroad.
30 Time is an equal opportunity employer. Each human being has exactly the same number of hours and minutes every day. Rich people can't buy more hours. Scientists can't invent new minutes. And you can't save time to spend it on another day. Even so, time is amazingly fair and forgiving. No matter how much time you've wasted in the past, you still have an entire tomorrow. Denis Waitley
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