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1 He had to go through the usual rigmarole of signing legal papers in order to complete the business deal.
2 Then the whole rigmarole starts over again.
3 I've never heard such a rigmarole.
4 I don't want to go through the rigmarole of taking him to court.
5 She turned up an hour late with some rigmarole about catching the wrong train.
6 I couldn't face the whole rigmarole of getting a work permit again.
7 The customs officials made us go through the rigmarole of opening up our bags for inspection.
8 The entire rigmarole, I realised,(www.Sentencedict.com) was just a charade.
9 Or do you go through a rigmarole of inserting diaphragms or taking pills?
10 After all this rigmarole, they were to write a story to fit the words and pictures they had chosen.
11 It was a rigmarole, a muddled torrent of words, not easy to follow and yet startling.
12 The nightly rigmarole of getting her settled is finally over.
13 Going through that rigmarole wouldn't protect what we have at all.
14 None of this rigmarole had occurred to him before he spoke.
15 This rigmarole may provide passing entertainment.
16 All that academic rigmarole was a waste of time.
17 She told me some rigmarole or other having lost her keys.
18 I couldn't be bothered to go through the rigmarole of changing clothes.
19 Commercial transactions involve extraordinary amounts of legal rigmarole – all implicitly stimulated by our learned friends.
20 She told me some rigmarole or other about having lost her keys.
21 Dear Harsnet, he wrote, why do you persist in this rigmarole of refusing even to acknowledge my existence?
22 No, she'd only have to go through the same rigmarole to get out.
23 We had to take a day off work to go through the rigmarole of getting state ID cards.
24 The most obvious change since the 2001 attacks has been the added rigmarole at American airports.
25 She had complained of the time the journey had taken and immediately he was off on a long rigmarole consisting of the number of buses and the frames of streets and stations.
26 But a little advance preparation can go a long way in helping you get through all that pre-flight rigmarole with minimum fuss.
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