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(1) Martin Parry, author of the report, says it's time for concerted action by world leaders.
(2) It is far easier to parry a direct blow than to stop it forcibly.
(3) That left him three strokes behind the pacesetter, Parry.
(4) On occasions Mr Parry was seen to wring his hands as he struggled with his emotions.
(5) Mrs Parry, have you marked our tests yet?
(6) Watching over his son,[sentencedict.com] Colin Parry felt extremely moved.
(7) I could parry some of the weaker kids.
(8) Parry became a repository for the tribe's oral history.
(9) And some, and among them Rhodri Parry, had more dangerous and precious things to hide from the retreating soldiery.
(10) Parry said he hadn't attached much importance to the decision.
(11) Then he responded brilliantly late on to parry a point-blank shot from the ill-starred Simpson.
(12) Mr Parry said that it was a very sad case.
(13) Parry gave an undertaking that pay television would not be introduced next season.
(14) Parry, 23, has twice reached the national quarter finals, losing each time to the legendary John Lyon.
(15) He slashed across his body to parry the attack of the man on the left.
(16) Parry kicked a penalty after three minutes before Stephens replied for Llanelli.
(17) Cound quick Bowler Andy Parry had put Llanidloes's unbeaten record under threat with 5-58.
(18) Clash keeper David Kramer was barely able to parry a 23-yard shot from the left side by Ted Chronopoulos.
(19) Parry: Hubert Parry's anthem "I Was Glad" is something I loved singing when I was boy chorister, but now usually seems over the top to me. Sentencedict.com
(20) William Parry). Through him the Hydrographic Office developed a far more scientific character than it had under Thomas Hurd.
(21) He could no longer parry the fierce attacks of the latter by simple avoidance.
(22) He broadcast his punch and the other man was able to parry it.
(23) I did not want to wound him, but to restrict myself to defence, to parry his attacks.
(24) As we have seen, it is far easier to parry a direct blow than to stop it forcibly.
(25) Without this revival before 1914 it is difficult to see how the parry could have survived the ten turbulent years that followed.
(26) It does not appear, however, to be supported by the findings of Parry and his colleagues.
(27) This week Woosnam was averaging 288 yards with his driver, Parry 257.
(28) Double elections favour the Liberal Democrats, who are the only parry with a wide choice of candidates and slick money-raising machinery.
(29) Ken Salazar, America's secretary of the interior, said he gave his approval only after making adjustments to parry all objectors.
(30) This season two Bolton players have been capped by England, Gary Cahill and Kevin Davies, in the same season for the first time since 1959 when Eddie Hopkinson, Ray Parry and Doug Holden appeared.
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