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1. There's no room for sentiment in business.
2. love is not only a sentiment but also an art.
3. This is a sentiment I wholeheartedly agree with.
4. Nationalist sentiment has increased in the area since the bombing.
5. Public sentiment is against any change to the law.
6. A section of defeat's sentiment most abstains from is,never forgets.
7. Should sentiment be controlled by reason?
8. Have clean and pure mind, noble sentiment; in each patient with a occupation smile; do not expect anything in return just offer in their heart.
9. Love is not only a sentiment but also an art.
10. There is no room for sentiment in business.
11. The film is flawed by slightly treacly sentiment.
12. They were busy canvassing and drumming up sentiment against the new government.
13. The Foreign Secretary echoed this sentiment.
14. I heartily subscribe to that sentiment.
15. There was no fatherly affection, no display of sentiment.
16. There's no place for sentiment in business.
17. All these writers run to sentiment.
17. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
18. He was more in touch with public sentiment than many of his critics.
19. The killings at the weekend helped arouse popular sentiment against the organization.
20. Political life has been infected by growing nationalist sentiment.
21. With the last sentiment, Arnold was in hearty agreement.
22. Laura kept that letter out of sentiment.
23. Public sentiment rapidly turned anti-American.
24. The people are renowned for their deep religious sentiment.
25. His speech loosed a tide of nationalist sentiment.
26. They were encouraging nationalistic sentiment among the students.
27. There can be no war nowadays between civilized nations, nor any peace that is not hollow and delusive unless sustained and backed up by the sentiment of the people who are parties to it.
28. I don't long for luxurious life and gorgeous appearance , but I need a complete in habitation for sentiment.
29. In the world of high finance, there is little room for sentiment.
30. It is imperative that courts decide cases based solely on the evidence and never on public sentiment, however strong.
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