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    1. In New York City it is highly prized by models and is found in the finest cosmetic stores


    2. Because, up to about the year 1700 sugar was the exclusive amenity of the aristocracy, it came to be greatly prized by the masses as a delicacy


    3. She prized the cap off the unopened bottle of Xanax and proceeded to swallow them with the cognac, taking five or so at a time until the bottle was finished, breathing deeply as she did so in order to not cough from the spirit intake


    4. ’ Monty knew the agency prized his cleverness but think too far outside the box and they might decide your genius wasn’t worth the risk


    5. Sharon's prized Acer was


    6. him awed; he understood, now, why she was so prized by the Admiralty


    7. attractively, this legendary tea is prized by tea connoisseurs the world over


    8. For example, a child may be reluctant to part (at any price) with a prized baseball card of his favorite sport hero


    9. Uncle Hobart surveyed the mess the crowd had made of his prized tractor, now covered with all sorts of rubbish and disgusting slime


    10. prized possession, Barbara, and he was tel ing them to back off


















































































    1. Pension funds to be cashed in, which would take at least a week, plus some prize bonds, would come to just under 10k


    2. Reaching out and upward to hold the glittering prize upon the steps,


    3. Come the time of the next World Cup every commentator expected Terry to lead his national side to the ultimate football prize


    4. Entries were invited from gardeners across the land, the prize being the chance to have your very own television programme about gardening on one of the satellite television channels


    5. He spent the day preparing the soil in his allocated spot, mulching, weeding and hoeing, before gently placing his prize specimen in its ornamental pot in the middle of his display


    6. Beside her the stranger, her husband to be, swaggered and gloated over the princess, with his head held high, sure and certain in the winning of his prize


    7. These are the days when you have to work even harder on your technique so that you take home that prize


    8. The final straw for Helen Roach came one Saturday morning when Lucy announced to her mother during a now rare and troubled family breakfast that she had entered a competition advertised in her favourite music magazine, the prize being the chance to meet the mystery singer


    9. the his prize collection of amusing caricature pottery


    10. 'Never looted a bank before,' Mama said, 'and what a prize today


















































































    1. ‘A lot of them are virtual reality type things … where you have a quest and have to kill people and earn prizes


    2. while the eyes that stare upon the empty spaces fill with images of glittering prizes


    3. They are hoping for a boy this time and you get no prizes whatsoever for guessing what they intend to call him! But to return to the beautiful jewellery you sent – you say Joris bought it for you many years ago


    4. no prizes for guessing who's picking up the tab there!


    5. No prizes for guessing what the 'usual' is from Roland


    6. As Mrs Brown waffled on about their flock and the prizes they had won, Andy peered out of the window at the moor over which he had struggled so hopelessly only the day before – it looked so innocuous from inside the car


    7. draw the prizes ought to gain all that is lost by those who draw the blanks


    8. The vain hopes of gaining some of the great prizes is the sole cause of this


    9. As the great prizes in the lottery are


    10. get some fortune and preferment than common soldiers ; and the hope of those prizes is what


















































































    1. He quickly searched the bodies of the two other guards prizing out several hundred pounds of cash, two credit cards, car keys and a swipe card


    2. By not only prizing and sanctifying their use, but by training their brains to function as a tool through the ritualization of their lives; humans not only guaranteed their own survival, they insured the survival of their tools


    3. ‘Yes, I saw him, and am convinced that he fears nothing so much as a general engagement,’ repeated Dolgorukov, evidently prizing this general conclusion which he had arrived at from his interview with Napoleon


    4. Sick of ambitious and mercenary connexions, prizing more and more the sterling good of principle and temper, and chiefly anxious to bind by the strongest securities all that remained to him of domestic felicity, he had pondered with genuine satisfaction on the more than possibility of the two young friends finding their natural consolation in each other for all that had occurred of disappointment to either; and the joyful consent which met Edmund’s application, the high sense of having realised a great acquisition in the promise of Fanny for a daughter, formed just such a contrast with his early opinion on the subject when the poor little girl’s coming had been first agitated, as time is forever producing between the plans and decisions of mortals, for their own instruction, and their neighbours’ entertainment


    5. Sick of ambitious and mercenary connexions, prizing more and more the sterling good of principle and temper, and chiefly anxious to bind by the strongest securities all that remained to him of domestic felicity, he had pondered with genuine satisfaction on the more than possibility of the two young friends finding their natural consolation in each other for all that had occurred of disappointment to either; and the joyful consent which met Edmund’s application, the high sense of having realised a great acquisition in the promise of Fanny for a daughter, formed just such a contrast with his early opinion on the subject when the poor little girl’s coming had been first agitated, as time is forever producing between the plans and decisions of mortals, for their own instruction, and their neighbours’ entertainment


    6. Sick of ambitious and mercenary connexions, prizing more and more the sterling good of principle and temper, and chiefly anxious to bind by the strongest securities all that remained to him of domestic felicity, he had pondered with genuine satisfaction on the more than possibility of the two young friends finding their natural consolation in each other for all that had occurred of disappointment to either; and the joyful consent which met Edmund's application, the high sense of having realised a great acquisition in the promise of Fanny for a daughter, formed just such a contrast with his early opinion on the subject when the poor little girl's coming had been first agitated, as time is for ever producing between the plans and decisions of mortals, for their own instruction, and their neighbours' entertainment


    7. He was fond of the Book of Job, and had somehow got hold of a copy of the sayings and sermons of “the God-fearing Father Isaac the Syrian,” which he read persistently for years together, understanding very little of it, but perhaps prizing and loving it the more for that


    8. He knew the old man's habit of talking slowly and deliberately, regardless of the impression he was making and of the delay he was causing, and highly prizing his flat, dull and always gleefully complacent German wit


    9. And it is on the basis of this perception that we should appraise all the phenomena of our life, and, among the rest, our art also; choosing from all its realms whatever transmits feelings flowing from this religious perception, highly prizing and encouraging such art, rejecting whatever is contrary to this perception, and not attributing to the rest of art an importance not properly pertaining to it


    10. “Yes, I saw him, and am convinced that he fears nothing so much as a general engagement,” repeated Dolgorúkov, evidently prizing this general conclusion which he had arrived at from his interview with Napoleon


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    prize in English

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