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1 I slipped and struggled to regain my footing.
2 She did not regain consciousness and died the next day.
3 The President must seek to regain the high ground in the political debate.
4 She will now begin occupational therapy to regain the use of her hands.
5 I struggled to regain some dignity.
6 He somehow managed to regain his balance .
7 He did not regain consciousness for several days.
8 She made an effort to regain her self-control.
9 The swimmers struggled to regain the shore.
10 They finally managed to regain the beach.
11 Shall we regain the shore alive?
12 The team are struggling to regain last season's form.
13 When will she regain consciousness?
14 She's petitioning to regain custody of the child.
15 To cool herself and regain mental balance she went out of the room and had a walk in the garden.
16 The doctors don't know if he will ever regain the use of his legs.
17 The Conservatives are hoping to regain control of the city council.
18 He failed in his attempt to regain the world title.
19 She paused on the edge,(www.Sentencedict.com) trying to regain her balance.
20 He is making a bid to regain his World No. 1 ranking.
21 The fighter believes he can still regain some of his old magic.
22 She needs to regain a sense of her own worth.
23 The Indian team seem determined to regain the ground they lost in the last game.
24 He was determined to regain what his father had lost.
25 The government is desperate to regain credibility with the public.
26 The Baltics' own democratic traditions would help them to regain their rightful place in Europe.
27 She could faintly hear voices as she began to regain consciousness .
28 The longer you have been in shape in the past, the quicker you will regain fitness in future.
29 Thankfully, the pilot managed to pull out of the dive and regain control.
30 Three years after the tragedy she has only just begun to regain her equanimity.
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