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1. He is recovering little by little.
2. Little by little, he formulated his plan for escape.
3. Little by little the snow disappeared.
4. Little by little he usurped his boss's authority.
5. Little by little he became accepted by the family.
6. His English is improving little by little.
7. Little by little she came to understand why he had behaved the way he did.
8. Little by little I was beginning to discover the truth about Garfield.
9. In the beginning he had felt well, but little by little he was becoming weaker.
10. Little by little, the smoke was dissipated by the breeze.
11. Little by little he dropped hints, but no details.
12. Little by little the bird builds its nest.
13. Little by little, Quinn adapted to his new life.
14. Little by little I learned Leslie's recent military history.
15. Little by little does the trick. Aesop
16. Then little by little words are exchanged.
17. Whisk in remaining 2 tablespoons butter little by little.
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19. Little by little I became more fluent in German.
20. Little by little, he became more forthcoming.
21. These things, therefore, became little by little private property.
22. Then, little by little, step by step, their dreams grow with the size of their business.
23. But little by little, as I got better, I started going back to it, trying to remember what happened.
24. Little by little there emerged minute royal principalities, then aristocratic towns, linked together by trade.
25. We manage to pump the whole story out of him little by little.
26. Bingo broke me in and taught me the ropes, and little by little I became his boy.
27. I run my fingers over this invisible object, and little by little curiosity gets the better of me.
28. No constant stirring over a flame while adding broth, little by little.
29. He could get caught up in the story, so to speak, and little by little begin to forget himself.
30. The fog had disappeared from the horizon and then little by little from the whole sky.
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