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2. Please wedge this cabinet to keep it from tipping.
3. The window doesn't stay closed unless you wedge it.
4. A wedge had been tapped into their friendship.
5. I don't want to drive a wedge between the two of you .
6. He hammered the wedge into the crack in the stone.
7. Push a wedge under the door to keep it open while we're carrying the boxes in.
8. Wedge the plug into the hole.
9. I don't want to drive a wedge between you and your father.
10. Auntie Ann put a huge wedge of fruit cake on my plate.
11. Put a wedge under the door so that it will stay open.
12. I started to feel Toby was driving a wedge between us.
13. Their divorce has driven a wedge between the two families.
14. I think it's the thin end of the wedge when you have armed police permanently on patrol round a city.
15. The wedge is an important early mechanical invention.
16. Carefully cut a thin wedge out of the cake.
17. Her hair was stiff and phosphorous, a dome-like wedge.
18. She'd driven a wedge between herself and Guy.
19. Serve with a wedge of fresh wholemeal bread.
20. This possibility depends on a wedge between price and marginal,(sentencedict.com) not average cost.
21. Opening the executive case, he extracted a rubber wedge, jammed it under the door.
22. Identity cards for football supporters could be the thin end of the wedge - soon everyone might have to carry identification.
23. The government says it only wants to privatize one or two railway lines, but I think it's the thin end of the wedge.They'll all be privatised soon.
24. privatize one or two railway lines, but I think it's the thin end of the wedge . They'll all be privatised soon.
25. The government says it only wants to privatize one or two railway lines, but I think it's the thin end of the wedge.They'll all be privatized soon.
26. It would be silly to let things which have happened in the past drive a wedge between us now.
27. Workers believe the job cuts are just the thin end of the wedge.
28. The introduction of a tax on workplace parking is seen by many as the thin end of the wedge.
29. Unions regard the government's intention to ban overtime as the thin end of the wedge.
30. To do that you must use a variety of clubs for chipping, from the sand wedge to the 5 or 4-iron.