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1. One unexpected spin-off of the course was the forming of some really close friendships.
2. The TV comedy series is a spin-off of the original movie.
3. This new material is a spin-off from the space industry.
3. Sentencedict.com is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find good sentences for a large number of words.
4. The stage show is a spin-off from a television programme.
5. But there are two spin-off implications for hoteliers.
6. This project had an unexpected spin-off effect for Ward's market in that wealthy agriculturalists became private patrons.
7. PacTel said competition, not the spin-off, has caused financial pressures.
8. They were probably introduced as a spin-off from the revived interest in heraldry in the early eighteenth century.
9. But the spin-off will hold exclusive rights to the vaccine and related scientific data.
10. One unexpected spin-off was the growth of a few genuine friendships.
11. The online catalogue was a spin-off which did not stem from any desire to serve the user better.
12. General economic arguments, however, omit the spin-off benefits from the inventiveness of financial operators in search of bargains and easy profits.
13. The orrery is a spin-off project and the result of brainstorming for the clock, and was completed in 2005.
14. Gemini Gold is a spin-off of the Privateer remake project code base and builds on improved resources with artwork and gameplay improvements.
15. The spin-off ends a long association between the tobacco industry and the Rupert family, which established Rembrandt Tobacco in South Africe in 1948.
16. One big spin-off of this boom is the possibility of innovation blowback to emerging markets like Africa.
17. Since the average successful "spin-off" takes about 7.5 years the commitment to innovation initiatives need to be well beyond "next quarter."
18. It generated a spin-off book that included nostalgic essays by some of the children.
19. Another spin-off is that programmers, designers[sentencedict.com], and writers work independently of each other -- a good thing if you are handling a large project.
20. Orange stumped up ￡95 million for the Press Association's news service spin-off.
21. We already knew films were just projected light, as a spin-off discovery from experimentation with Park Drives.
22. But the drama of a violent conflict that was caused partly by environmental factors has not had a spin-off effect for turtles.
23. Within a year of this change virtually every unionized contractor had established spin-off companies.
24. The cuts reflect diminished debt protection measures and increased business risk associated with the planned spin-off, it commented.
25. It helps, of course, that so many of its customers are children, who tend to be more receptive to spin-off products than adults.
26. The work of Dr Ferrari and Dr Tasciotti has also generated a spin-off.
27. Due to some historical reason, the majority of China's publicly listed companies were born of some high-productive capital from their mother companies and from spin-off listing.
28. Gary from 'The Only Way is Macclesfield' shops for a new car in his spin-off reality show 'OMG, LOL, FYI It's Gary!!!'.
29. Gregor Roth: The initial version of xSocket is a spin-off, of a high performance SMTP server evaluation project.
30. Due to some historical reasons, the majority of Chinese publicly listed companies were born of some high-productive capital from their mother companies and from spin-off listing.
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