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1. She's managed somehow to procure his telephone number.
2. Can you procure some tickets for me?
3. It remained very difficult to procure food, fuel and other daily necessities.
4. Try to procure us some specimens of the polluted water from the river.
5. She managed to procure a ticket for the concert.
6. The meat they'd managed to procure assuaged their hunger.
7. Can you procure some specimens for me / procure me some specimens?
8. He therefore persuaded a friend to procure him a ticket without disclosing his identity.
9. Or try vinegar, which can be tricky to procure, but complements many of the dumplings.
10. Alice offered pamphlets and books, which she would procure for him.
11. The money will be used to procure medicine and food for local orphanages.
12. It was difficult to procure food.
13. I shall procure some clay and mould it.
14. Can you procure me some speciments?
15. What documents should he attempt to procure from Portland?
16. Can you procure that foreign magazine for me?
17. Can you procure the rare old book for me?sentencedict.com
18. Can you procure that rare old book?
19. One of my friends asked me to procure a position in the bank for him.
20. We want to procure through open bidding 10 , 550 small black and white TV set.
21. The Shareholders will procure that the Directors first make a declaration of solvency (if applicable).
22. Republic of Hong Kong shall not procure water or electricity from China.
23. The book is out of print and difficult to procure.
24. No doubt the bank left it to Mr. O'Brien to procure his wife to agree to enter into the security transaction.
25. As mentioned, it was already forbidden by law to procure an abortion.
26. If the borrowing member does not produce a basic valuation, then the building society must procure one itself.
27. I desire you to ask your good father if he can procure me a joiner or two and one or two masons.
28. Last year, India directed state-run telecoms carrier Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd BSNL.UL not to procure equipment from Chinese vendors in 15 states that have sensitive land borders.
29. To enter a man's house by virtue of a nameless warrant in order to procure evidence, is worse than the Spanish Inquisition; [it is] a law under which no Englishman would wish to live for an hour.
30. He seldom took them when he was alone, and he never had his own supplier, relying on doctor friends to procure hashish, opium, and, on one occasion, mescaline .
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