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2. He does well, only that he's nervous at the start.
3. Love the evolution of such failure, leaving only that deep helpless.
4. He asked only that Ingrid stop behaving so scandalously.
5. I should come, only that I'm ill.
6. He spared us the details, saying only that he had been injured in the war.
7. Not only that, but his boat was sinking.
8. Not only that, it was lit by electric lamps.
9. Only that which is precise has resonance, he wrote.
10. He sulked, grateful only that he had not insisted on the iron mask, but had chosen the velvet one.
11. It was only that she couldn't stay in the house while mummy was being so horrible.
12. Only that portion of income above this figure is taxed at a marginally higher rate.
13. But not only that, even Sandman rested against a wall at the end of each episode and fell asleep.
14. I shall say only that when we returned for worship next day the whole building was pristine.
15. Not only that,[sentencedict.com] but this crucial phase of the mission would take place in orbit round the Moon.
16. But he was borrowing and lending for only that one day.
17. Not only that but we expect that reward to be a fair and just one.
18. Not only that, but she had been so upset, she had clean forgotten to plug Galactic Outbursts.
19. She was conscious only that she was now in Rome for the first time in her life.
20. They have forgotten who they are, knowing only that they have been trapped by an evil enchanter.
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21. Not only that, but at least half the land had been irrigated by Mormons.
22. Only that pinhead J. D. Hayworth has remained a loyal lackey.
23. Mr Christie would say only that a club statement would be issued later.
24. I want to qualify what I said earlier-I didn't mean he couldn't do the job, only that he would need supervision.
25. The modern-day locator has everything in its favour - provided only that it is fitted with a functioning battery.
26. If proofs there are in this book they are only that Marxism is now quite properly the preserve of cranks and dreamers.
27. Waiting lists can't be seen as bus queues Value of ethnography soc: Only that they're not queues.
28. In what follows I shall claim that postmodern cultural forms do indeed signify, only that they signify differently.
29. He knew very little about tests done on blood from bones, only that they could be carried out.
30. Every book teaches a lesson, even if the lesson is only that one has chosen the wrong book. Mason Cooley
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