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2 Not a few violent scenes were cut from the film before it came to show.
3 She thought the film far too violent to show to children.
4 Haiti's first elected president was deposed in a violent military coup .
5 A quarter of current inmates have committed violent crimes.
6 Liam had suffered violent sickness and diarrhoea.
7 Students were involved in violent clashes with the police.
8 He became violent and abusive toward Ben's mother.
9 31 people have been injured in violent incidents throughout the day.
10 The more he drank, the more violent he became.
11 The soldiers launched into a violent attack.
12 He gave him a violent blow on the head.
13 He's a man of violent passions.
14 The train stopped with a violent jerk , nearly tipping me out of my bunk.
15 She started to get a bit violent.
16 Police have to be realistic about violent crime.
17 The organization helped defuse potentially violent situations.
18 Violent storms wreaked havoc on the French Riviera,(www.Sentencedict.com) leaving three people dead and dozens injured.
19 The prisoners who escaped are violent and dangerous.
20 They launched out into a violent debate over proposal.
21 The film contains some violent scenes.
22 Some violent men beat up their sons, until the boys are strong enough to hit back.
23 They caught him and gave him a violent beating.
24 They laid violent hands on him.
25 Widespread famine had triggered a number of violent protests.
26 An exceptionally violent cyclone hit the town last night.
27 The only to commandeer a man can be violent memories, is the live better.
28 Some videos have been banned on the basis that they are too violent.
29 I overate at the party last night and got violent indigestion.
30 The government must take action now to stop the rise in violent crime.
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