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1. You don't stand a chance.
2. Only those who constantly retool themselves stand a chance of staying employed in the years ahead.
3. The driver didn't stand a chance of stopping in time.
4. He doesn't stand a chance of winning against such an experienced player.
5. No Labour rethink that ignores this will stand a chance of success in the future.
6. To stand a chance of winning the lottery, you need lots of different tickets.
7. The women stand a chance in the foil competition with Charlene DiMiceli.
8. In these circumstances[sentencedict.com], what ruling party would stand a chance?
9. I don't think we stand a chance.
10. His opponent did not stand a chance.
11. Peter doesn't stand a chance of being elected.
12. I don't think they stand a chance of winning.
13. In times like these he didn't stand a chance of getting another job.
14. Beset by such forces, small bones hardly stand a chance, which explains why paleontologists are so enthusiastic about finding a pint-sized predator in 75-million-year-old Canadian rock.
15. Those slippery strands of linguine won't stand a chance against this toothy server.
16. As always china is not that developed to stand a chance. America is powerful and can wipe-out china any day.
17. Do you think I stand a chance of winning place?
18. If you don't try, you don't stand a chance of gaining anything.
19. Oh , their goalie just does not stand a chance with that one.
19. Sentencedict.com is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find good sentences for a large number of words.
20. Winners stand a chance to role - play in the 988 idol drama.
21. We stand a chance of taking the prize, except for your place.
22. While one or two juveniles wouldn't stand a chance against two adult defenders, a menacing youth gang can easily muscle their way in on the feast.
23. And can I stand a chance of getting a table by the window?
24. If the opposition party can hang together over the next six months, they might just stand a chance of being elected.
25. It doesn't matter how qualified you are, if your face doesn't fit, you don't stand a chance.
26. This was the crunch match they really had to win to stand a chance of staying up.
27. While you're here don't say it, and we might all stand a chance of getting out of here alive.
28. Imagine 22 horses and a donkey ( racing ), you just wouldn't stand a chance.
29. If ordering a burger or a T-bone steak became as un-PC as smoking at the dinner table, then the environmentalists may actually stand a chance at making eco-veggies out of many of us.
30. A . Pistons . No doubt. I don't think Cavaliers stand a chance.
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