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1. You can't wear the red pants.
2. Mr. Jay wears the pants in that family.
3. He came in panting after running up the steps.
4. He was panting heavily as he ran.
5. I put on my bra and pants.
6. He was panting for breath.
7. Bell-bottomed pants are out of fashion now.
8. She was wearing dark blue pants and a white sweater.
9. George puffed and panted and he tried to keep up.
10. They came panting up to his door with their unwieldy baggage.
11. He was panting when he reached the top of the hill.
12. Do we have to watch this pants programme?
13. The serf pant along behind his master's horse.
14. He came in panting for a cup of tea.
15. The little boy was panting after the others.
16. He was panting with desire for her.
17. His pants rose a full three inches off his shoes.
18. She was panting with the effort of carrying the suitcase.
19. Terry stripped down to her bra and pants and tried on the dress.
20. Tilly had wet her pants so I was looking for somewhere to change her.
21. He continues to pant for breath.
22. This was followed by Station facilities at Pant with its cafeteria,(Sentencedict.com)(sentencedict.com) licensed restaurant shop and toilet facilities plus local workshops.
23. They pant after liberation.
24. Here, pull up your pant legs and let me see if your knees are hurt.
25. This pair of pant was converted into shorts.
26. My spirit pant for Thee O living word.
27. It had a saddle with springs sticking out, which wore away the seat of my pants.
28. No, but I am aware of them if I pant a lot climbing up in a flight of stairs.
29. Connahs Quay were angry over Halkyn's decision to call off their match at Pant Newydd an hour before the scheduled start.
30. Police confirmed yesterday that at 11.10am on Sunday information had been received that Pant y Carneddi, Pennal, was on fire.
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