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1 His robust strength made him survive the disaster.
2 He looks robust and healthy enough.
3 It was a typically robust performance by the Foreign Secretary.
4 The company is taking a more robust approach to management.
5 He replied in characteristically robust style.
6 She was almost 90,(www.Sentencedict.com) but still very robust.
7 External doors should be of robust construction.
8 I want something sequacious now and robust.
9 The formerly robust economy has begun to weaken.
10 That chair's not very robust; don't sit on it.
11 His robust strength was a counterpoise to the disease.
12 A British Foreign Office minister has made a robust defence of the agreement.
13 But most still want a robust presence overseas.
14 The market clearing paradigm is reasonably robust and the Rational Expectations assumption is here most plausible.
15 Each was thus able to become a robust and self-aware entity, ready to defend its territory and its independence.
16 Shop around for good fish; active and robust, with well-developed fins and good colour.
17 He was not physically robust and his main recreation was playing bridge and parlour games.
18 Doctors, expressing surprise at her robust physical condition, believe she will survive.
19 He had a robust self-esteem, even though this was a blow, and he needed financially to continue working.
20 The economy is robust and the stock market has reached unprecedented heights in recent weeks.
21 Her brother Alex, two years older and much more robust in temperament, was her bulwark against the world.
22 The compact circuit, purpose-built with the betting shop service in mind, has surprised owners Ladbrokes with its robust evening trade.
23 Candidates who wanted enclosure were burned in effigy, their supporters wheeled about in muck-carts in the robust eighteenth-century fashion.
24 Kerberos may be adequate for those who do not need the more robust functions and properties of public-key systems.
25 This will flatten the stomach, not to mention all but the most robust of deckchairs.
26 LeBlond joined the company in 1975 and brought it from the brink of bankruptcy to its present robust status.
27 He develops long, thoughtful solos that move from ringing, robust sounds to delicate, soft melodic lines.
28 Is it possible, they asked, that nuclei from two-cell embryo are simply less robust than nuclei from zygotes?
29 He wore a tweed jacket over a dark blue turtle-necked jersey and he had a robust mod mustache.
30 These protectors are compatible with most cylinder mounting kits, very robust and economic in service.
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