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241 There was one bit of vital evidence which helped win the case.
242 Fiorentina's win against Palermo last night has considerably increased their chances of promotion this season.
243 The party is struggling to win back voters who have been alienated by recent scandals.
244 The Europeans had hoped to win, and, indeed, had looked like winning.
245 This contest is wide open: any of half a dozen teams could win it.
246 The manager said that the team's win on Saturday would be a spur to even greater effort this season.
247 They intend to win the next election on the plank of developing trade.
248 Liverpool came back from being 2-0 down to win the game.
249 The women's volleyball team put up a desperate fight to win the world championship at all costs.
250 The party's change of policy has been dictated by its need to win back the support of voters.
251 After last night's win Johnson has taken the lead in the championship table.
252 We'll be working hard over the next ten days to win over the undecided voters.
253 We all knew that to win we'd have to shut down Bobby Mitchell.
254 If you get a 7 or 11 on your first roll[sentencedict.com], you win.
254 Sentencedict.com is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find excellent sentences for a large number of words.
255 It's not going to be easy but we'll win through in the end.
256 I have always been against swanking about all the things I have been lucky enough to win.
257 The sender of the first correct entry drawn will win a weekend for two in Venice.
258 We didn't win the competition, but there you go - we can always try again next year.
259 He predicted the French would win hands down in the play-offs.
260 She showed real character in her attempts to win over the crowd.
261 From the way things look at the moment, the Republicans are unlikely to win this election.
262 If the players think they can win this match easily, they are in for a rude awakening.
263 The team showed great character in coming back to win.
264 He said he would seek to unify the Conservative Party and win the next general election.