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3. We'll roll out the red carpet for the senator.
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4. The photographer shot the usual roll of pictures.
5. She put some margarine on her roll.
6. Give me that roll of string for my kite.
7. She was chomping on a bread roll.
8. A long drum roll introduced the trapeze artists.
9. Roll out the icing into a large square.
10. Could you roll up that string for me?
11. They have simply misunderstood what rock and roll is.
12. Roll the dough into balls and flatten slightly.
13. I hope you in the roll.
14. Roll out the dough into one large circle.
15. Most competition cars will only roll over if they hit an obstacle.
16. Round things roll easily.
17. We'll give her some VIP treatment and roll out the red carpet.
18. The student's omission from the honour roll was an oversight.
19. Reports of fresh successes roll in from all fronts of production.
20. You can quickly roll off some extra copies of the exercise on the duplicating machine.
21. At the roll call, the students answered up to their names.
22. There's a new roll of silver foil in there.
23. If society were a train, the etiquette would be the rails along which only the train could rumble forth; if society were a state coach, the etuquette would be the wheels and axis on which only the coach could roll forward.
24. We had to stand in the snow every morning for roll call.
25. He melded country music with blues to create rock and roll.
26. So what is really happening as the information bandwagon starts to roll?
27. He plucked a couple of plastic bags from the roll.
28. En-vironmentalists regard these moves as the government taking advantage of the national mood to roll back protective measures.
29. There was a great crash and then a long roll of drums.
30. Like the meeting of the seagulls and the waves we meet and come near.The seagulls fly off, the waves roll away and we depart.
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