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31) The minister readily annexed his seal to the document.
32) He broke the seal, and opened the envelope.
33) Fry the meat quickly to seal in the juices.
34) The meeting set the seal on the negotiations.
35) Her report was given the seal of approval by senior management.
36) They drank a glass of wine to seal their new friendship.
37) In 1972, Nixon himself went to China to set the seal on the new relationship.
38) The seal on the box broke when it fell from its hiding-place.
39) A number of employers have already given their seal of approval to the scheme.
40) This international award has set the seal on a long and distinguished career.
41) The project has been given the government's seal of approval .
42) Fry quickly to seal in the flavor of the meat.
43) Clean the seal on/around the fridge door regularly so that it remains airtight.
44) Senior management have given their seal of approval to the plans.
45) The call for a boycott could be enough to seal the fate of next week's general election.
46) The IMF has given its seal of approval to the government's economic strategy.
47) A hermetic seal is used at the top of this sample box.
48) The hermetic seal on the packet means that the food lasts longer.
49) This award has set the seal on a successful stage career.
50) A quick way to seal awkward gaps is to use a foam filler.
51) Two thousand grey seal pups are born there every autumn.
52) Only drink bottled water and check the seal isn't broken.
53) When assembling the pie, wet the edges where the two crusts join, to form a seal.
54) Because the transcript is still under seal, I am precluded by law from discussing the evidence.
55) The ivory gull often follows polar bears to feed on the remains of seal kills.
56) Once you've broken the seal of a bottle there's no way you can put it back together again.
57) I looked upon the gift as a seal on our friendship.
58) Write your letter and seal it in a blank envelope.
59) The Government has given the proposal its seal of approval.
60) The dark head of a seal bobbed up a few yards away.