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1. Documentaries are often narrated by well-known actors.
2. The book is narrated by Richard Papen, a Californian boy.
3. The story is narrated in flashback.
4. The main character narrates the story.
5. Some of the story was narrated in the film.
6. She entertained them by narrating her adventures in Africa.
7. The film was narrated by Andrew Sachs.
8. The story is narrated by its hero.
9. She also narrated a documentary about the Kirov Ballet School.
10. One by one the witnesses narrated the sequence of events which led up to the disaster.
11. He narrated to us the story of the two men's armed robbery.
12. The series narrates his attempts to find employment.
13. The twice-a-week free tours are narrated by museum docents.
14. You should get Stuart to narrate our schooldays together.
15. The story is narrated entirely by the heroine.
16. It is logical to narrate a climb from the valley upwards.
17. Linda Ronstadt narrates this fitting tribute to a Tucson treasure.
18. Magona has a surer touch when narrating the sweep of history that builds up to create inevitable results.
19. Having spent the last decade appearing in television mini-series and narrating Thomas the Tank Engine(sentencedict.com), Starr has rediscovered his musical roots.
20. Teaching history meant above all knowing how to narrate it.
21. To narrate or coordinate ( a newscast ).
22. Narrate the function and process of mobile MISC system.
23. Many of London's streets help narrate British history.
24. Around the campfire they would narrate tale after tale.
25. Shall I narrate a strange experience of mine?
26. Reading from the cards[sentencedict.com/narrate.html], Lana would then narrate the rearranged story.
27. The essay is to narrate the issues of the origin, development, eugenic measures and dispute of ethics.
28. Narrate the problems existing in the automatic reclosure parameter setting of SIEMENS feeder protection employed in the substations by our company and provide the methods to solve the problems.
29. The account of events leading up to her dismissal and her subsequent reinstatement is skilfully narrated.
30. All historical writings, even those which deal with complicated and abstract ideas, narrate stories about people and their lives.
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