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1 The circumstances warranted these measures.
2 This material is warranted pure silk.
3 Her interference was not warranted.
4 Further investigation is clearly warranted.
5 Do you think this fear is warranted?
6 It was felt Multavia warranted a full day.
7 But at least it warranted a retort.
8 The judicial caution and skepticism are completely warranted.
9 Deciding when insurance is warranted is a personal choice.
10 Three comments on extensive review are warranted.
11 The ease with which we had climbed warranted the untold indulgence of biscuits with our afternoon tea.
12 Similarly, it may be warranted in situations where highly confidential and sensitive material is to be handled by the job holder.
13 Their joint contribution would have warranted a commemorative book, had not one by chance bearing their names already been recently released.
14 In that case the sellers had warranted that a clay pulverising machine would process clay at six tons per hour.
15 Nor were all convinced that leprosy warranted being singled out for special attention.
16 It was not a casual departure which warranted little attention.
17 Obviously what she did was wrong,[www.Sentencedict.com] but I don't think it warranted quite such severe punishment.
18 The TV appearance was so brief that it hardly warranted comment.
19 Nevertheless, I do not accept that his pessimism is warranted in Britain.
20 In practice, of course, we would not do so unless we thought the commercial circumstances warranted it.
21 Therefore, if your daughter truly has scoliosis, the trial period you asked is not warranted.
22 This truth is revealed in a style totally lacking in rancor or hyperbole, both of which would often be warranted.
23 So important a man in Henley he had become that his obituary and funeral warranted 118 inches of space in the Standard.
24 Yet there is the anomaly that the Housing Executive employs contractors who are not warranted on major jobs.
25 Most access equipment can be hired if outright purchase is not warranted.
26 There was more complicity in his winks than was warranted.
27 The crucial point is that such expressions should be warranted by conceptual and communicative purposes recognized as having point in classroom activity.
28 It seems reasonably clear now that the haste precluded reasonable and deliberate judicial treatment of these cases and was not warranted.
29 Patients who absconded were always accepted back, whether their medical condition warranted it or not.
30 Still, it seems wrong not to want your local five to squeeze in a few extra games, warranted or not.
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