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1. Franklin was free to do pretty much whatever he pleased.
2. The guard left us pretty much alone.
3. He is pretty much pulled down by his illness.
4. The city is pretty much plain vanilla.
5. They're all pretty much the same.
6. The result was pretty much to be expected.
7. The two are pretty much the same.
8. I've pretty much finished here.
9. One dog looks pretty much like another to me.
10. His new government looks pretty much like the old one.
11. The software is pretty much there - it just needs a little tweaking.
12. Nothing really changes around here. One day is pretty much like the next.
13. For small objects, acrylic has pretty much replaced wood.
14. Carla seems pretty much content with her life.
15. Amanda pretty much rules the roost in that house.
16. These wool blankets pretty much last forever, don't they?
17. Then I pretty much give them free rein.
18. She was pretty much raised by a grandfather she calls an anarchist and studied cultural anthropology at the University of Wisconsin.
19. In either case, the outcome is pretty much a sure thing.
20. We pretty much accept without protest the idea that part-time workers will get paid less.
21. Doyle, a passionate man who says pretty much what he thinks(sentencedict.com), has upset more than a few with his assessments.
22. By 1980 the continent was pretty much divided ideologically, with the United States gaining an upper hand over the Soviet adventurists.
23. Perception was pretty much neurophysiology: sensory inhibition, Mach band phenomena, iconic storage, and the like.
24. Once we'd scored the third goal, the match was pretty much in the bag.
25. Add the peel and boil slowly until all the sugar syrup is pretty much absorbed.
26. Legal racial segregation has been outlawed; blacks have the vote; votes are pretty much equal in value.
27. After a month of putting government education ideology into practice(sentencedict.com), life in her classroom is pretty much what it always was.
28. Since I was there six years ago some things have changed and others have remained pretty much the same.
29. The serious cutting will occur in the social welfare programs, which are pretty much all that remain.
30. By the start of the 1980s, however, the company had cut its operating costs pretty much to the bone.
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