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1) The Earth is not a perfect sphere.
2) He rounded the clay into a sphere.
3) Her sphere of interests is very limited.
4) This area was formerly within the sphere of influence of the US.
5) The sculptor rounded the clay into a sphere.
6) All parts of the sphere were nicely counterpoised.
7) Biology is not my sphere.
8) The region is within the Russian sphere of influence.
9) His work is little known outside the academic sphere.
10) The matter is outside my sphere of responsibility.
11) It took him completely out of his sphere.
12) The earth is an oblate sphere.
13) Some scientists relegate parapsychology to the sphere of quackery.
14) A sphere is a solid figure.
15) Rome's sphere of influence extended across Europe,(http://sentencedict.com/sphere.html) North Africa and the Middle East.
16) However, statutory duties have a limited sphere of operation.
17) The gains to be made in the political sphere are, as Chapter S will show, more ambiguous and contradictory.
18) In the psychosomatic sphere it might cause headaches during or because of coitus or a tendency to nausea whenever coitus was performed.
19) The Riemann sphere still describes the array of physically distinct possibilities, but now only abstractly.
20) Doctors have replaced the top of his hip bone with a metal sphere.
21) He wanted to spread his ideas to a wider sphere than the school.
22) Women have often been excluded from positions of power in the public sphere.
23) Other members of the staff elaborated detailed parts of the plan, each within his special sphere of competence.
24) In this sense, economic disparity overrides political equality in the information sphere; the marketplace of ideas has grown severely skewed.
25) This acknowledged the need for a better trained workforce and for a previous lack of expenditure in the welfare sphere.
26) This formula differs somewhat from the classical Hertz expression for elastic deformation of a plane by a rigid sphere.
27) Likewise, many aspects of leisure and voluntary associations associated with residential location belong in the sphere of civil society.
28) Anthony Storr shows how these depressive fears were magically transmuted in the literary sphere.
29) Instead, it is a natural consequence of convection in a sphere.
30) Perhaps of greater significance, labourism influenced abstinence from the formal political sphere.
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