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1 He acted the part with consummate skill.
2 He always takes part with his brother.
3 I don't want to part with you.
4 They persuade susceptible teenagers to part with their money.
5 I'd rather not part with my cash.
6 The journey coincides in part with the Pennine Way.
7 Despite his poverty,[www.Sentencedict.com] he refused to part with the family jewels.
8 In order to raise funds,Jane had to part with all her property.
9 I could never part with this ring.
10 The miser doesn't like to part with his money.
11 It's not easy to part with one's children.
12 Don't be too quick to part with your hard-earned cash.
13 I'm reluctant to part with any of the kittens, but we need the money.
14 You always take part with the unscrupulous man.
15 Joan doesn't want to part with the money.
16 Do not part with the shares on any account.
17 He is willing to part with his right to vote.
18 She felt bad and ran after him to part with twopence, and he swore at her again.
19 Breaks my heart to part with them but I am going to live abroad and can not take them with me.
20 Others may offer additional incentives for you to part with your money.
21 Rick decided to part with Ilsa on the grounds of patriotism and rebel solidarity.
22 Yet he is loath to part with skilled people who could prove difficult to replace come the upturn.
23 The microcomputer which is usually recognized as the part with the keyboard on top is the workhorse of the system.
24 It is true that the city can provide much convenience and entertainment, the very reason people can't bear to part with city life.
25 I was going to give away her old baby clothes, but I couldn't bring myself to part with them.
26 He was glad to be rid of the typewriter, though he had been unwilling to part with it until now.
27 Stand with anybody that stands right, stand with him while he is right and part with him when he goes wrong. Abraham Lincoln
28 The grail itself was sin, none other than sin itself; what greater obeisance to Love itself than to part with all?
29 It is a strange sensation, but many sense it from time to time: a consuming desire to part with money.
30 At least music lovers have made it known they're no longer willing to part with money for nothing.
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