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1. Many US cities now have non-stop flights to Aspen.
2. Cathay Pacific flies daily non-stop to Hong Kong from Heathrow.
3. We flew non-stop from Paris to Chicago.
4. The snow fell non-stop for 24 hours.
5. The training was non-stop and continued for three days.
6. He chattered non-stop all the way.http://sentencedict.com
7. Amy and her group had driven non-stop through Spain.
8. They talked non-stop about the play.
9. It rained non-stop all week.
10. British Airways offers non-stop flights from London to Tehran.
11. The machine guns blasted away non-stop.
12. He worked non-stop for three months, at considerable cost to his health.
13. It felt like we travelled non-stop for the entire week.
14. After talking non-stop for two hours, her voice started to fail.
15. We managed to get a non-stop flight to New York.
16. Four days of non-stop demonstrations have emboldened the anti-government protesters.
17. It's available on non-stop flights from Heathrow to Tokyo.
18. Non-stop entertainment, meal and wine included in fixed price.
19. A titillating evening of non-stop misadventure awaits.
20. Dozens of reporters fired non-stop questions at him.
21. The Acts is a non-stop travelogue.
22. Forget the old adage about non-stop bicycling; the growing Community badly needs a decade of constitutional calm.
23. The overweight people tend to eat in a non-stop motion.
24. For a side weaned on non-stop youthful fantasy, the inevitable intrusion of reality in the Premiership is proving a disturbing experience.
25. Non-stop swearing, stripping off on the field, making V-signs at the sponsor's daughter.
26. He waded through it with a non-stop grin and managed to turn it to political advantage.
27. Although in non-stop pain, he has put off the operation until the Formula One championship season is over.
28. They are to attempt to be the first to circle the Earth non-stop by balloon.
29. As it is the hay and silage season, we had been going non-stop since dawn.
30. The dramatic turnabout undoubtedly reflects the trauma of once again seeing non-stop television coverage of bloodied bodies and grieving families.
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