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    1. They have a tough plastic or hide side to expose to the ground, or sand in this case, with a nylon lining and dacron batting

    2. The harder you try, the more you expose yourself to injury

    3. He wondered if he should go to the council with this question? That would certainly expose everything of Tahlmute's past and doing that would likely lose him the job

    4. They needed him to expose her real identity

    5. so that he can expose her essence,

    6. Oh where! Where! Where shall I expose? I will not

    7. Expose the one that would keep the

    8. Although why anyone wanting to expose themselves outside Green Lanes would do it at seven-thirty on a Sunday morning is a mystery to me

    9. to expose her neck

    10. “I don’t expose a picture anyway,” she said

    11. Why would you want to needlessly expose yourself to that much danger?”

    12. He was nervous about doing so because that would expose him to the same native for a considerable length of time and he could tell she already thought he was suspiciously strange from the way she looked at him when he left

    13. In one case he took a ceiling out to expose fourteen floors of a tiny little abandoned atrium above what was now a crossroads between commercial and streetcar

    14. soul realm and to expose the lies we have believed so that we are

    15. and the prophetic will also expose the lies that have crept in

    16. E-mail can be a very cold medium, but when you expose yourself to your

    17. To divide it was to ruin it, and to expose every part of it to be oppressed and swallowed up by the incursions of its neighbours

    18. The pecuniary advantages which they receive from one another are mutual and equal, and such a tenant will expose neither his life nor his fortune in the service of the proprietor

    19. After a few attempts, Helez got the hang of it and soon she was able, gradually and very seductively, to expose more and more flesh until she was totally naked

    20. No wonder no one has been able to expose and bring then down so far

    21. Alternatively, the dream denotes your readiness to expose or reveal an aspect of yourself that was previously private

    22. If you are not bothered by being in your underwear, then it suggests that you are ready to reveal or expose something that was previously hidden

    23. I decided that the only decent thing to do would be to expose this fiction

    24. I picked at the bandages on my hands, finally pulling them away to expose the blisters underneath

    25. Walking over to him, she bent over the counter purposefully in order to expose her large, round tits as they pushed up from her low-cut dress

    26. The people on the other side of the water are afraid lest their distance from the seat of government might expose them to many oppressions ; but their representatives in parliament, of which the number ought from the first to be considerable, would easily be able to protect them from all oppression

    27. It is unnecessary, I apprehend, at present to say anything further, in order to expose the folly of a system which fatal experience has now sufficiently exposed

    28. They set themselves, therefore, to expose the many errors of that translation, which the Roman catholic clergy were thus put under the necessity of defending or explaining

    29. The patrons of each system of natural and moral philosophy, naturally endeavoured to expose the weakness of the arguments adduced to support the systems which were opposite to their own

    30. wasn't strictly necessary since the computer was already programmed to lower its now rejuvenated shield for the sixteen picoseconds required – or rather estimated – to expose Scott to the temporal eradication wave

    31. } Fourthly, by subjecting the people to the frequent visits and the odious examination of the tax-gatherers, it may expose them to much unnecessary trouble, vexation, and oppression ; and though vexation is not, strictly speaking, expense, it is certainly equivalent to the expense at which every man would be willing to redeem himself from it

    32. be regarded as one of those pedantic pieces of hypocrisy which, instead of gaining credit with anybody, serve only to expose the person who affects to practise them to the suspicion of buing a greater knave than most of his neighbours

    33. Fourthly, such taxes, by subjecting at least the dealers in the taxed commodities, to the frequent visits and odious examination of the tax-gatherers, expose them sometimes, no doubt, to some degree of oppression, and always to much trouble and vexation; and though vexation, as has already been said, is not strictly speaking expense, it is certainly equivalent to the expense at which every man would be willing to redeem himself from it

    34. The thick layers of snow were pushed back in neat circles to expose the paved stone in places

    35. ” Though when the woman leaned forward to expose the tops of her breasts, then hitched up her skirt to show her legs up to her lower thighs, he knew that last comment was not entirely truthful

    36. Hayley smiled to expose her little white fangs

    37. It does nothing but expose the malice and ignorance of our government

    38. Some of the very writers, who in Havana had misled the public with faked stories of victorious insurgent armies sweeping the Island, now found material at the expense of the Cubans in the expose of the phantasms created by their own imagination

    39. An individual willing to expose him or herself to Shame is someone who finds his or her Guilt too cumbersome or awkward to bear

    40. For indeed, I tell you, My will is to expose the hardness of your hearts

    41. Most African journalists do not live in fear and expose these things all the time

    42. We recommend barium files where we change the contents slightly and expose it to a co-worker and see what is reflected in the newspapers etc

    43. The neurosurgeon suggested redoing the shunt to expose

    44. The elven doctor turned her arm to expose her elbow and produced a syringe and bottle from the black bag he carried, measuring out the proper sedation antagonist and injecting it straight into her vein

    45. “They were there to deliver bad news: a major shakeup that reached all the way to the White House threatened to expose them all

    46. and smarter decisions about what you expose yourself and your dog to

    47. about what you expose

    48. If the plot had gone forward, if they had found a commander who would not expose the plot, could it have succeeded? Between the world wars, the US Army only numbered 140,000, less than a third of the size of the League's army

    49. Should she go down to the side gate? Would that expose the plot? "What should I do?" she kept repeating to herself

    50. He would not allow himself to fall for such tricks of the soul, and his wary eye would be on the lookout for signs that would expose this man as a pawn of the archenemies

    1. Ensure that she is exposed of both men and women doing all sorts of

    2. "I think that the kinds of things that women are exposed to tend to be in more of a chronic or repeated nature

    3. Men go to war and are exposed to combat stress

    4. Men are exposed to more acts of random physical violence

    5. The kinds of interpersonal violence that women are exposed to tend to be in domestic situations, by, unfortunately, parents or other family members, and they tend not to be one-shot deals

    6. Though why I should be, I don’t know … we live in a very exposed world when it comes to what is considered newsworthy

    7. The children are exposed to good habits (‘sanskars’) by the elders

    8. In urban areas this is not easy, as people are not exposed to the community living as is possible in villages

    9. Most of us have been exposed to the concept of God from our childhood

    10. We have also the responsibility to help our less fortunate brethren, at least in their old age, to be exposed to spiritual thoughts and service to others instead of self-preservation

    11. Still later the communication improved as we were either exposed to some spiritual advice or wanted help to get over some problem or tension

    12. exposed wood shaving floor of her tin cell yard, feeling as though she ran under the

    13. buzzed against his exposed chest

    14. John glances awkwardly about the limo, his big secret suddenly exposed

    15. leather on his exposed feet, of tailored cotton against his chest, and the thickness of

    16. She brought her feet down gently to the sand on a beach of moderate surf, one of the exposed sides of this island

    17. I held the bucket in front of my exposed manhood

    18. ‘I thought it would be better coming out here, the village pub is rather exposed, I feel

    19. He was not able to discover a veron account for any of them, and he was pretty sure the codes he had were good because the codes had exposed their financials

    20. Floor panels lay exposed here and there, with the guts of the place, cables and wires, exposed and trailing across the floor

    21. Blood dripped from my bruised nose onto Robbie’s face as I aimed my own fist at his now exposed jaw

    22. What could he tell a child who was increasingly exposed to this world

    23. September’s clarion call to looming winter began to gnaw at the flesh on her exposed legs

    24. “I just want to go home”, she said, trying to breathe softly while mustering the militia of authority to protect her exposed flanks

    25. It had been hard visiting Abery before but Joris hadn’t been there and she’d been able to withdraw into herself to some extent … and the European trip had been hectic, demanding her full attention … and in London afterwards she’d been occupied in achieving Joris’s purpose … and the trip across had kept her mind busy, first with JJ and then Iain … and even coming back, being at The Centre and travelling on the wasteg … that too had been manageable … but now … with no purpose to drive her, no solitude to enfold her and no Joris but only the shadow of his memory imprinted in JJ’s face and voice … she felt naked, vulnerable and viciously exposed to the scouring of her grief

    26. the ones with diamante midriffs exposed

    27. The production of collagen is affected when the skin is exposed to reactive oxygen

    28. where the plaster still adheres to exposed rib lathes

    29. and exposed stumps of timber

    30. ‘Well, we looked round the slate mine – it’s a terrible place, no green at all, just the grey exposed slate … I hated the atmosphere of the place – it would have been a hard life working the slate

    31. This bay is least exposed to wind and high waves, and is the closest natural harbour to both Sophia and Faria

    32. The gown tumbled to the ground leaving her completely exposed, utterly physical and utterly vulnerable, if only for a second

    33. I suppose I should have been impressed but even as the courtesy gig nudged the boarding steps, I had never felt so naked and exposed

    34. formed when water was exposed overnight to the

    35. systems that are continually connected to the Internet, exposed to the World-

    36. He looked at the boat again and noticed that a couple feet more sand was exposed now than when they got here

    37. However much it goes against the grain to have my personal life exposed, I cannot just disappear

    38. The one eye that was exposed, blinked

    39. The tide was out further than she had seen it so far; it had exposed another five or so metres of rock pools

    40. In another corner of the sheet was a doodle of a dress cut so low that both cheeks and both breasts were exposed, yet it had a long train that trailed across the floor behind, but was open beyond the crotch in front

    41. In the second ambulance Bex has her right arm exposed so that it lies along her side with her palm facing upwards

    42. Sweat drips off his forehead onto Leona's exposed chest

    43. This was a philosophy he hadn’t been exposed to

    44. “So you’ve exposed us for the common folk that we are

    45. language was astonishing for one exposed for the first time

    46. The interior room was over three stories high at the top of the elevator shaft, the huge arch in the shaft where it turned over was exposed

    47. Consumer durable goods were expected to last from a decade for cheap clothing, to a century for light duty devices that aren’t exposed to the elements

    48. If you look, there’s a gouge where the soil is newly exposed

    49. The end of the drive where they stand is sheltered and they’re not exposed to the midday sun; it seems they like standing there

    50. with his other arm and felt the jagged edge of the exposed bone

    1. It always exposes

    2. Planting during the wrong time of year also exposes plants to insects that would not normally affect your plants, if they planted at the right time

    3. Having women in the business meeting exposes them to the

    4. And what is it that is represented at the cross that so exposes them? Nothing more grants us access into an understanding of how they operate like the cross of Jesus Christ

    5. When the light of the kingdom of God shines it exposes the lies of the enemy and sets the captives free

    6. If, by not raising the price high enough, he discourages the consumption so little, that the supply of the season is likely to fall short of the consumption of the season, he not only loses a part of the profit which he might otherwise have made, but he exposes the people to suffer before the end of the season, instead of the hardships of a dearth, the dreadful horrors of a famine

    7. survive the hardships to which the bad conduct of their parents exposes them, yet the example of that bad conduct commonly corrupts their morals ; so that, instead of being useful to society by their industry, they become public nuisances by their vices and disorders

    8. ) He unwittingly exposes the left"s ignorant, self-serving interpretation of our Constitution by referring to the chimera of a „living constitution

    9. exposes their real purposes

    10. Finally, the sea recedes and exposes the seabed which gradually turns into desert

    11. the contentious woman are similar; whoever hides her hides the wind, and the ointment on his right hand, which exposes itself

    12. Teachableness David exposes his humility in verses 4 and 5, and shows that

    13. In addition to this, Paul exposes many doctrines to the same treatment, as we can see from

    14. Now Paul exposes his hidden self, he is a sinner, just as we are! I am reminded that

    15. They cannot handle anything that exposes truth

    16. Well then, this book exposes precisely the antithesis of such saying, for it symbolizes the abundant fruit of a quite strong, unbent and solid tree, which has

    17. The robed figure shifts his head and exposes his face: the man is I—but older and bearded and sickly

    18. In his thesis, Roger exposes Alarcon’s will to bring to the novel the profound conflicts of life and the complexity of human feelings in a convergence of social evolution within Christian traditional canons

    19. The interference with the construction of nuclear power plants has come from the environmentalists and exposes their real purposes

    20. , exposes him to the lobbyists who pour money

    21. He who maltreats an animal, exposes it to

    22. serves herself of an animal for transportation ends, that exposes or exhibits them with a

    23. Example 7 Kim Il-sung’s North Korea Kang Chol-Hwang34 exposes the terrible truth about the ‘Utopian’ country, North Korea, and its cruelly suppressed people in his account, Aquariums of Pyonyang

    24. He is controlled by the illusion of 'country' and exposes himself to serious danger in times of

    25. Nudity is also a sin because it exposes the penis

    26. If the Word spoken is truly inspired by the Holy Spirit, you’ll find that it comforts and challenges and builds up and exposes ‘the secrets of men’s hearts’ compelling those who hear to acknowledge that God is speaking (1 Corinthians 14:3, 24–31)

    27. Gerard takes him to the hospital out of town, fills in the papers for him, displaying a doctored driver’s license that indicates it has expired, and referring to a medical plan number whose file exposes his past excesses and criminal behavior, but in Gerard’s old name

    28. exposes her arms, shoulders, cleavage and thighs’

    29. exposes of what I considered to

    30. In my opinion, the absence of African-American missionaries exposes one of the greatest injustices that whites have ever inflicted upon African Americans—teaching them a form of Christianity that does not empower them to carry the Gospel worldwide

    31. Primatologist Anna Nekaris exposes the conditions of traumatized Slow Loris on the BBC documentary 'Jungle Gremlins of Java'

    32. When he does so, he exposes this manuscript, which he then

    33. 2) Interest rates vary, and a short-term loan exposes the firm to both a potential rise in rates, and income volatility

    34. This light that exposes my vileness, exposes the sin and error of my existence, to show me the perfection of God

    35. feel is confidential to them and exposes their profit margins, so we have had to conduct a separate

    36. given it is cold, windy, and snowy out, as it exposes my neck to the

    37. Carpet bombing from high altitude, as I said earlier this morning, is too inaccurate and exposes our bombers to the full force of German air defenses

    38. exposes one of the most frightening, often-hidden social problems

    39. ‘’Do not worry, mademoiselle: you will be treated with respect, unless the inquiry exposes you as an impostor, in which case your punishment will be harsh indeed

    40. anything that exposes the buyer to potential liabilities as well as

    41. the investment, this is the area that exposes the buyer to the greatest risks

    42. · Someone with needs standing in front of us in need exposes the reality of our love and spiritual maturity it reveals what’s in our heart

    43. He exposes the pride, and the carnal way of thinking they had, about positions and titles and so on

    44. · He again exposes the pride, positional thinking of His followers

    45. Then, the innocence of love and total intimacy exposes him to compassion, leading him to diametrically opposite life energies, marked by forgiveness

    46. Have a look in Matthew, Chapter 16 and you'll see again how Jesus exposes that, behind the self-centred way of life, there is a demonic power

    47. The next thing about generosity: Generosity usually exposes Greed

    48. Judas was greedy, and he wanted more money; and so generosity often exposes greed

    49. Power is how He expresses the love, but that's not the only way love is expressed, and so now Jesus does something that stuns them; He exposes the pride and the carnal way of thinking they had about positions and titles and so on

    50. “While stress exposes our true character, it also helps develop our true character

    1. turned as he fell, and a razored paw ripped across his chest, exposing bone and torn

    2. Provide a way to access the elements of an aggregate object sequentially without exposing its

    3. As you are already aware, I have been researching the condensates in the dark bodies along our path by exposing captive antimatter condensates to the tangler beam while it is illuminating bodies too big for collection

    4. When Boras took the throne, it would be for a very short time; Matai planned on killing him and exposing his devious plans, thus proving his loyalty to Aura

    5. The witch stood over him and smiled, exposing her

    6. The book pages were all picked up exposing the

    7. given her when she was married did a great job of exposing every injury, and

    8. The spotlight was turned on the floor now, exposing a platform

    9. Heather opened the wide double doors to her family’s home, exposing the

    10. Heather took the wet rag and wiped the blood away, exposing a one-inch

    11. sides of his green jacket flowed in the wind, exposing fifty or so bullet holes

    12. us, exposing that which is not of Him and teaching us the truth of

    13. The dwarf bowed, exposing the gray matter of his brain through a gaping hole in the back of his head, then he stepped out of LeCynic's way

    14. giving glory to His name and exposing the lies of the enemy

    15. She glanced at him, the sunlight catching her cheek, shining through her flesh as though it were paper and exposing a network of pulsing veins

    16. Instead, the man grinned with satisfaction, exposing his stained teeth

    17. If a person should at any time exceed in it, he can easily reform without exposing himself to the censure of the public

    18. In the process she ripped it open across her chest, exposing a breast

    19. When her vegetarian meal was sadly restricted some days due to dangerous conditions in her environment, she would have to limit her diet, attempting to locate whatever she could without overly exposing herself to the risks around her

    20. You may feel nervous about exposing yourself and are feeling a resurgence of those old emotions and feelings that you felt back when you and your ex were together

    21. The demand of such countries for corn may frequently become so great and so urgent, that a small state in their neighbourhood, which happened at the same time to be labouring under some degree of dearth, could not venture to supply them without exposing itself to the like dreadful calamity

    22. Instantly a window appeared exposing a keypad, which she tapped and instantly heard a voice

    23. The silver panel clattered to the ground, exposing a circuit board of optronic nodes and fibre optic channels

    24. The whole expense of justice, too, might easily be defrayed by the fees of court ; and, without exposing the administration of justice to any real hazard of corruption, the public revenue might thus be entirely discharged from a certain, though perhaps but a small incumbrance

    25. The slightest degree of knowledge and application will enable him to do this, without exposing himself to contempt or derision, by saying any thing that is really foolish, absurd, or ridiculous

    26. Dramatic representations, besides, frequently exposing their artifices to public ridicule, and sometimes even to public execration, were, upon that account, more than all other diversions, the objects of their peculiar abhorrence

    27. back, exposing teeth as milky as his skin

    28. They wanted him there to appear to be unchanged, to act as normal, thus exposing the true intentions of his enigmatic contact

    29. Lieutenant (now Colonel) Miley, who represented headquarters at the front, made superhuman effort to sustain relations with the various brigades, fearlessly exposing himself in the performance of the work of a full staff

    30. In fact, for some people, having been ―exposed,‖ or as is oftentimes the case, (I believe) exposing oneself, is understood as a purifying act of atonement

    31. ‘You may go in,’ she said to me, exposing her yellow stained teeth

    32. ‖tabloid‖ circuit, is offering his inestimable services to PETA as public spokesperson; exposing the ―harmful‖ effects of milk and other dairy products on preschoolers

    33. The rodent squealed loudly as the skin and muscle along its spine parted, exposing the blood stained ribs beneath

    34. William smiled as he pulled the towel from around his neck, exposing his bare chest and a small flesh wound on the top of his right shoulder

    35. Neither does it improve matters by exposing the modern viewer to imaginary, trumped-up ―reality‖ survival programs pitting women, who are just as likely to cop the coveted prize, against men in feats requiring athleticism and strength

    36. I quickly pushed the button and the doors opened exposing the hallway and

    37. Tightening his lips hard to stop the curse that threatened to burst forth, he ripped across the material with the knife, exposing the interior of the settee

    38. Cheney also devoted an enormous amount of time to pushing for a pardon for Scooter Libby, a staff member convicted of perjury and obstructing the investigation of a leak exposing the identity of a CIA agent

    39. Not only that, but the whole fiasco had driven this guy Walston to murder and come dangerously near exposing the entire operation

    40. Exposing her nakedness to all around her

    41. He pushed the leaf against Claire’s finger exposing her open cut to the liquid

    42. Ruby turned her head, exposing a satisfied smile

    43. Finally the moment arrived and the beast lifted his head, exposing his throat

    44. It was unzipped halfway to the waist, exposing an icon or something on a chain, and a lot of brown fur

    45. I had known that when he first came to join, but I could not risk exposing him at the wrong time

    46. exposing the problems, showing their concern

    47. I undo the buttons of my gray Abnegation shirt, exposing my arms, revealing more of my body than anyone else has ever seen

    48. After seizing power and spurred by the fall of Monterrey, he raised an army of twenty-five thousand and marched north, exposing his army to cold, hunger, thirst and exhaustion

    49. Ganesh preferred the façade than exposing these truths to Ravi, for he really did care about him

    50. Herzog, her old biology teacher who used to get more joy out of dissecting his students and exposing their insides to the class than he did those boring dead frogs

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