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(1) The shower tailed off into a drizzle.
(2) His voice tailed off as he drifted into sleep.
(3) The third group tailed off behind.
(4) The profits tailed off after a few years.
(5) The number of tourists tails off in October.
(6) His voice tailed off into silence.
(7) The number of tourists is tailing off.
(8) My interest in this subject has tailed off.
(9) His feeble excuses soon tailed off .
(10) Profits tailed off towards the end of the year.
(11) Owing to little response, his speech tailed off to a hesitant end.
(12) Last year, economic growth tailed off to below four percent.
(13) All voices tailed off when the teacher entered the classroom.
(14) The number of tourists starts to tail off in October.
(15) 'I didn't mean ...' Her voice tailed off in embarrassment.
(16) During the low-water flows, trout fishing was exceptional and has been since(Sentencedict.com ), although it has tailed off somewhat.
(17) Repetition of the remedy is continued for as long as is required, and the doses are tailed off gradually.
(18) The crews work their tail off and then only get six hours of rest a day.
(19) He said it would also be operated with shorter trains, reflecting a tailing off in the capital's explosive population growth.
(20) When I tailed off he sat nodding, like a doctor considering a diagnosis.
(21) The flak tailed off, mercifully, and Dickinson and Finlayson angled across from the north to join them.
(22) The acceleration finally began to tail off.
(23) Steve worked his tail off.
(24) The drug's effect does not tail off after it has been used repeatedly.
(25) Everybody will work their tail off to do the job with flying colors.
(26) The work of some students begins to tail off as approach their examination.
(27) The work of some students begins to tail off as they approach their examination.
(28) Take the long tail clip 6 respectively, from the side whipstitch yam net, as shown in figure 3 gauze net position[Sentencedict.com], then put all the long tail off the profiles with palm or punch in the pressure.
(29) At some date in the 1990s British oil production will probably tail off.
(30) If you find your work interesting, you can work your tail off.
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