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1, Despite the occasional lapse, this was a fine performance by the young saxophonist.
2, A momentary lapse in the final set cost her the match.
3, His lapse into drunkenness followed a long run of bad luck.
4, A brief lapse in the final set cost her the match.
5, Your booking will automatically lapse unless you confirm it.
6, She had allowed her membership to lapse.
7, A single lapse of concentration cost Sampras the game.
8, A defensive lapse by Keown allowed Tottenham to score.
9, One momentary lapse in concentration could prove fatal.
10, He knew that he might soon lapse into unconsciousness.
11, He wrote to us after a considerable lapse of time.
12, The lapse of year will never efface that scene of ruins from my memory.
13, I had a momentary lapse when I couldn't remember his name.
14, After a lapse of six months we met up again.
15, The usual time lapse between request and delivery is two days.
16, He turned up again after a lapse of two years.
17, Her lapse into German didn't seem peculiar. After all, it was her native tongue.
18, I had a little lapse of concentration in the middle of the race.
19, There is usually a time lapse between receipt of new information and its publication.
20, It was an odd lapse for one who is normally so polite.
21, Ford allowed the name and trademark to lapse during the Eighties.
22, The management's decision to ignore the safety warnings demonstrated a remarkable lapse of judgment.
23, On Friday he showed neither decency nor dignity. It was an uncommon lapse.
24, The association needs to win back former members who have allowed their subscriptions to lapse.
25, The incident was being seen as a serious security lapse.
26, He is usually well - behaved; this rudeness is only a lapse.
27, I forgot to thank her for the invitation but I don't think she noticed my lapse.
28, Remind me to renew the driver's license. It will lapse next month.
29, Teenagers occasionally find it all too much to cope with and lapse into bad behaviour.
30, He forgot to offer Darren a drink,[http://sentencedict.com/lapse.html] but Marie did not appear to notice the lapse.
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