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1 The book includes a range of memorably eccentric characters.
2 The National Theatre's production is memorably staged.
3 She excelled in many great roles,(www.Sentencedict.com) most memorably as Lady Macbeth at the National Theatre.
4 The book includes some memorably seedy characters and scabrous descriptions.
5 That is a memorably neat summary of a Positive science approach.
6 Coronation Day, in June 1953, was a memorably wet day.
7 Horowitz could play Chopin memorably.
8 A memorably moment in your life, events with family or friends, and other similar kinds of situations also get stored in long-term memory.
9 The book includes some memorably seedy characters and scabrous description.
10 Or, most memorably, makes her two daughters' music lessons so grueling that one girl leaves tooth marks on the piano?
11 His manager memorably said on seeing the 14-year-old winger in his trial that "he looked as relaxed and natural on the park as a dog chasing a piece of silver paper in the wind".
12 A few big predators have memorably beaten the odds, at least for a while.
13 As the notedJapan expert Cole Porter memorably put it: "It's Too Darn Hot."
14 As Winston Churchill so memorably put it: "When you have to kill a man, it costs nothing to be polite.
15 One profile memorably likened the firm to a "great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money.
16 A tagline is a slogan which succinctly, memorably, and descriptively sums up a company or product.
17 As President Obama's former chief of staff memorably pointed out, no serious crisis should go to waste.
18 Taylorism, which Charlie Chaplin lampooned so memorably in "Modern Times", has spread from the industrial to the post-industrial economy.
19 For example it has a good story, exciting in parts, amusing in parts and with some memorably drawn characters.
20 James Black is a measured, pragmatic Lepidus, who lets down his hair rather memorably at the Romans' revel.
21 Mrs. Obama has worn black and red before — memorably, on the night her husband was elected president.
22 But he also finds other vantage points from which to gaze at the heaving muck of New York, most memorably Manhattan's municipal courthouse.
23 First we need a computer that doesn't give Toronto as an answer to a clue about "U.S. Cities, " as Watson memorably did for Final Jeopardy in the first game.
24 Ferguson, after all, had soon discovered that the manner in which the Champions League was won so memorably in 1999 would never do as a standard operating procedure.
25 Prepare stories that illustrate times when you have successfully solved problems or performed memorably .
26 Again, Liverpool went on to win the Final time beating Milan memorably on penalties.
27 Electrometric method: by pasting gauge, multiple times standardization, load-strain curve was got, then the dynamic memorably holding force of SMC for fixating tubular bone was calculated.
28 Men respect women who make their own money, as one Wall Street man memorably reminded a beautiful young gold-digger.
29 Indeed, after new coach Paulo Bento confirmed that he would remain the captain of the side, Cristiano delivered a trio of virtuoso performances against Denmark, Iceland and most memorably, Spain.
30 British cars like the Allegro and the Morris Marina, once memorably described as a skip on wheels, have come to embody the national humiliation of that benighted era.
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