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(1) We've had no food to speak of today.
(2) The house had no garden to speak of.
(3) They've got no friends to speak of.
(4) Often had I intended to speak of it.
(5) We've not had any summer to speak of.
(6) They have no weaponry to speak of.
(7) She has saved a little money, but nothing to speak of.
(8) I don't think his handwriting was anything to speak of.
(9) She's saved a little money but nothing to speak of.
(10) There's been no rain to speak of for several months.
(11) It had no bones to speak of.
(12) There were no Republicans to speak of then.
(13) The flight home was nothing to speak of.
(14) No wind-chill to speak of, to polish us off.
(15) But it would be misleading to speak of separation given the religious foundations of his natural philosophy.
(16) We continue to speak of a scientific revolution because earlier systems of belief were emphatically overthrown.
(17) There was no discipline problem there, to speak of, because the principal and teachers ran such a tight ship.
(18) No ad campaign, no sales to speak of, no one showed up for readings.
(19) There are no restaurants or motels, no industry to speak of, only deer and wild turkey roaming the surrounding forest.
(20) Now to speak of the School and the methods Cizek employs.
(21) His supple skin had no lines to speak of; he preserved it with various expensive creams and face masks.
(22) No kin to speak of, except for that rowdy bunch in Ireland, of course.
(23) Increasingly, however, city officials tended to speak of the grant as a source of general fund revenue.
(24) It was unrealistic to speak of giving tests and homework to children who were already under great academic pressure.
(25) How far is it possible to speak of a partnership at all if only a restricted set of activities is undertaken?
(26) He was possessed of a large fortune, but sadly no brains to speak of.
(27) In all, the unit has a staff of 18 and no budget to speak of. Sentencedict.com
(28) We also reject the belief that knowing how to use terminology in which to speak of language is undesirable.
(29) In most cases of explanatory surveys it is perhaps less appropriate to speak of samples at all in the strict sense.
(30) In much of his treatment of Kabylia Bourdieu is loath to speak of symbolic capital at all.
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