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1. One more gang to confuse.
2. Dont confuse the 2 please.
3. These words confuse the man.
4. It will confuse by every ruse.
5. You’re trying to confuse me.
6. It might just confuse her more.
7. Don’t confuse a blog with RSS.

8. Did I confuse but amuse? Ciao.
9. They use such lies to confuse.
10. She hopes they’ll confuse him.
11. One should not confuse mantras.
12. What if we confuse them?
13. The question seemed to confuse him.
14. I’m hoping it will confuse it.
15. That’ll confuse him, I said.
16. They confuse quality with quantity.
17. To confuse the black of frozen void.
18. These ideas can cloud and confuse us.
19. We do not confuse beauty with charm.
20. The Itinerary - Why Confuse Yourself?
21. Don’t confuse your grief with guilt.
22. Don’t let me confuse you with terms.
23. Don’t confuse these fats with all fats.
24. Don't confuse brains with a bull market.
25. It may have been a strategy; to confuse.
26. Stop it! You always confuse everything.
27. Not to confuse the issue, I don’t mean.
28. People confuse this behavior with a horse.
29. Metaphors can confuse as easily as clarify.
30. People confuse the simulation with reality.
31. We must not confuse boldness with arrogance.
32. This would confuse the hell out of the enemy.
33. I expected that would thoroughly confuse him.
34. Do not confuse 1 John 3: 2-3 with the Rapture.
35. Most people confuse karma with physical labour.
36. But I unlatched the door just to confuse you.
37. Oh, that Ben Nightline!--he's trying to confuse.
38. Don’t confuse time and space or space with time.
39. Hopefully a random trajectory would confuse them.
40. Please do not confuse that with being competitive.
41. Lewis is purposely trying to confuse this witness.
42. They may also confuse their belief with the facts.
43. No little brown snakes to frighten and confuse me.
44. Do not confuse it with the human concept of love.
45. Mother you confuse me, what are you talking about.
46. Don’t confuse his stubbornness with disappointment.
47. We children confuse it with the bridge of her violin.
48. They also flash brightly and are designed to confuse.
49. Please do not confuse this type of ignorance with the.
50. Do Not Confuse Strategic Plans with Long-Term Planning.
51. Banks only confuse the issue because for some of them.
52. Erma Bombeck said, Don’t confuse fame with success.
53. But don't confuse things and start to think the scenes.
54. In our preoccupation with words, we started to confuse.
55. Do not punish him, since it would just confuse him more.
56. But I guess they think that would just confuse folks.
57. I don’t confuse the cheetahs, I confuse your father.
58. It would be an error to confuse emotions with sentiments.
59. He gave me a confuse look; he thought that he was with me.
60. Who goes where? Rod enquired, hoping to confuse him.
61. Investors should never confuse yield with expected return.
62. Investors frequently confuse bear markets with corrections.
63. You don’t want to just confuse the daylights out of the.
64. See, I said to him, I don’t confuse the cheetahs.
65. My mother used to say, Don’t confuse me with the facts.
66. Know that I will always be true to self, don’t confuse it.
67. Don’t confuse the absorption of Ether with its destruction.
68. It becomes clearer why people confuse computation with con-.
69. As far as I’m concerned, people confuse lust with love.
70. Note things that confuse you and any questions that you have.
71. I would occasionally confuse them even further when I utter.
72. That should really confuse them, Kitara said, chuckling.
73. If you jump all around the place it may confuse your listeners.
74. Appearance must not foil, nor shifted sphere confuse thy brain.
75. Then you can vary your type of defence and confuse the attacker.
76. Do not confuse a strategic plan with goals or long-term planning.
77. Just to confuse you more I throw in one more term—stagflation.
78. They conspire to confuse everyone with the implication of weight.
79. Don’t confuse the generic term internetwork with the Internet.
80. Don't randomly mold them into one though, or you'll confuse the.
81. Ann’s answer seemed to completely confuse the young Carolingian.
82. You are right, Yania! These are only lies to try to confuse us.
83. The enemy would confuse us with the other, ‘normal’ squadrons.
84. Do not confuse a long body requirement with a long day requirement.
85. Religious leaders have labored to confuse humanity about the true.
86. It seemed like the best way to confuse the Reds, said Quarles.
87. By altering what he sees—making him confuse enemy with friend.
88. Hyperventilating would only confuse her thoughts and slow her down.
89. Nor thou with shadow'd hint confuse A life that leads melodious days.
90. I think that many confuse 'applicability' with 'allegory'; but the.
91. My father kept me in the background and male to confuse his enemies.
92. Are both of these necessary? Doesn’t this setup only confuse? Why.
93. Also, do not confuse this with the On Neck Line covered in Chapter 4.
94. It was as though this place were built to purposely confuse patients.
95. It will only confuse the glory of love from all things even yourself.
96. Not to confuse his group anymore, Philippe moved his left index finger.
97. But as a cultivator you can't confuse yourself with an everyday person.
98. Beyond that, too many opinions can often confuse things more than help.
99. PEG is a turbo charged P/E; it has an added ratio thrown in to confuse.
100. These messages may confuse the malevolent caller as well as friends or.
1. It was confusing to me.
2. It was a bit confusing.
3. Oh this is so confusing.
4. It was all so confusing.
5. It was a little confusing.
6. It is all so confusing!.
7. Oh! This is too confusing.
8. It would be too confusing.
9. It was all most confusing.
10. It’s all a bit confusing.
11. It was all a bit confusing.
12. OK, now this is confusing.
13. My dreams were very confusing.
14. That part was all so confusing.
15. He gave me this confusing look.
16. It was a bit confusing for me.
17. Another confusing idiom for him.
18. I know it’s all confusing.
19. All of this sounds confusing.
20. It’s so much and so confusing.
21. I find her widowhoods confusing.
22. It was a confusing political time.
23. Confusing more than anything else.
24. No matter how confusing it seemed.
25. It only made things more confusing.
26. Gods of Egypt, this is confusing!.
27. Stock Trader: That sounds confusing.
28. All of this was very confusing to.
29. Confusing are these future moments.
30. No, that would be very confusing.
31. Constant in confusing heart and head.
32. Sorry if that sounds a bit confusing.
33. The whole subject was very confusing.
34. I’m sorry too for confusing you.
35. Those farming farmers are confusing.
36. Actually, it‘s not really confusing.
37. His travel was frequent and confusing.
38. Overall, it was a confusing situation.
39. I'm afraid I'm just confusing the kids.
40. This is all very confusing, Stone.
41. But it’s a confusing message for kids.
42. Something could be confusing his senses.
43. He's confusing me with himself Holly.
44. Fearghal’s death all the more confusing.
45. That must have been so confusing for you.
46. How boring (and confusing) that would be.
47. It looked like fun, but it was confusing.
48. I still think you’re confusing ‘being.
49. The whole thing was confusing me to death.
50. His mind was a whirl of confusing questions.
51. The story is however still quite confusing.
52. Confusing feelings too often reign in the.
53. The jumbled mixture of confusing emotions.
54. But, something's, something's confusing me.
55. This was far more complicated and confusing.
56. If you find that confusing, just think how.
57. It is an exciting and often confusing event.
58. Thoughts raced around his head, confusing him.
59. The first day was always hectic and confusing.
60. Even more confusing was that he still could.
61. Still, there was no confusing the two songs.
62. He was confusing me Not that I’ll want to.
63. We've both been through a very confusing time.
64. My mind said: This is too confusing, too unfair.
65. It’s confusing and it just makes me so angry.
66. This may be slightly confusing, so see Figure 5.
67. Filling out the tax forms can be very confusing.
68. The array of scents in this place was confusing.
69. Two weeks away from Harriet was confusing for me.
70. They could see how confusing it all was for them.
71. The facts of this case certainly are confusing.
72. It was the most confusing feeling I’d ever had.
73. It was humbling, confusing, and utterly annoying.
74. Unfortunately, these can be confusing and complex.
75. They're still confusing our scanners pretty well.
76. Everything in my life is already confusing enough.
77. The guard escorted him back through the confusing.
78. You will be surprised how confusing the messages.
79. Yet nothing is to be gained by confusing the issue.
80. It's confusing when you're in a situation like that.
81. It is less confusing if I know the bottom line in me.
82. It is very confusing to people outside of Itsati.
83. This can be very subjective and therefore confusing.
84. This confusing description along with the fact that.
85. I know that it can be confusing to enter new territory.
86. While this can seem confusing, think about it this way.
87. This may seem confusing, but bear with me for a while.
88. It’s more confusing now than it was this morning.
89. It’s those fancy ways that are so confusing to me.
90. I know it sounds a bit confusing, but life is full of.
91. I suspected it would be very interesting, if confusing.
92. Mixing her German with the Greek was confusing for Zoe.
93. This job takes you to lost worlds and confusing places.
94. Without a plan the experience may become confusing and.
95. However, the candlestick signals in July are confusing.
96. It’s dusty and confusing and mesmerizing all at once.
97. This can be a little confusing at the beginning but as.
98. One of the most confusing aspects of the Mac OS was the.
99. There is nothing deranged or confusing about it in the.
100. Here in South Africa, the constellations were confusing.
1. I was a bit confused.
2. I was just so confused.
3. I looked at him confused.
4. I was very much confused.
5. He looked at me confused.
6. So why not be confused?
7. I looked at them confused.
8. I was dizzy and confused.
9. I shake my head, confused.
10. I stared at her, confused.
11. He was confused and tired.
12. He was much too confused.
13. I stared at him, confused.
14. I was even more confused.
15. Now, I was really confused.
16. Blake was confused as to.
17. Kat looks at him, confused.
18. Now he was really confused.
19. He looked to her confused.
20. We looked at him confused.
21. She was confused and her.
22. In his confused state he.
23. I gave him a confused look.
24. He looked at her confused.
25. Stu was angry and confused.
26. Shoop was a little confused.
27. They are confused as they.
28. I frowned at him confused.
29. But now I'm real confused.
30. She looked at me; confused.
31. I’m still a bit confused.
32. I was stunned and confused.
33. Now she was really confused.
34. It would get them confused.
35. She stared at him, confused.
36. He was hungry and confused.
37. I must have looked confused.
38. I started a confused shrug.
39. He even confused the curse.
40. I turn toward it, confused.
41. I was shocked and confused.
42. I think you are confused.
43. Henry looked confused at Mr.
44. For once Roman was confused.
45. Now she really was confused.
46. She looks confused but eager.
47. Stunned and confused at the.
48. Oh you are quite confused.
49. The lil bomber got confused.
50. He looked up at me, confused.
1. It confuses me.
2. That confuses men.
3. I think it confuses her.
4. This confuses levels of.
5. Confused light confuses memory.
6. I think that it confuses them a lot.
7. I have been in, and that confuses me.
8. It’s worthless and only confuses 90.
9. It still confuses me when he touches me.
10. It confuses him, this mention of the word easy again.
11. The game, whatever it is, confuses and causes the WAM.
12. It confuses what is created on the screen with actual events.
13. Her comment confuses me at first, but then I realize what she means.
14. Often the proliferation of names in the IT job world confuses others.
15. Now – I have something IMPORTANT to explain here – that confuses.
16. What confuses you the most about life? How do you plan to make it make.
17. Marcus and I are both part of the past and the present, but the N confuses me.
18. Ant capitalism confuses the situation even further than it has done in the past.
19. The poet hopelessly confuses the exploits of the Huns, theGoths, and the Cossacks.
20. A reference that confuses both investors and students alike is that some academic.
21. What is their hair's texture, and what is their hair type? Hair type is what confuses people the most.
22. His absence confuses the king for a moment until he remembers that Eugene actually isn't a part of his family.
23. That confuses people who prefer a bargain—the low-priced, unknown stocks they hope will take off and surprise us all.
24. In IWs, one is patriotic to the truth, but its mirror implication – the truth is patriotic – confuses fact and ideology.
25. It’s not just their speed that confuses me, but the man I thought to be burning in the car seems unharmed and on his feet, escaping.
26. This diverts suspicion and confuses it; and for the same reason I recommended that, even if you came back last night, you should not go home.
27. This confuses search engines because for them one URL is one page of content, not multiple pages, as the case with frames is and search engines.
28. The truly unusual thing is that you want to make a trade using those options despite the fact that there is some factor about them that confuses you.
29. Thoughts confuses reality when two levels of unfamiliar consciousness merges in martial science we forge all levels of consciousness and motion into action.
30. It tends only to conceal defects and weak points in the system resorting thereto, by throwing over it the halo of learning, and the play of much speaking which confuses more than enlightens.
31. How can you discern if this is your situation? If your dead Spiritual Guru or the Spiritual Guru far away never scares you, confuses you, pisses you off, makes you cry with frustration, or electrifies you.
32. The terrible error is that one confuses sex-love, love for children, for friends, with love of people through God, of people to whom you are indifferent, and still more of enemies, that is, of erring people.
33. I try to avoid using the word time, because until you Understand quite deeply the true Essence of this specific phenomenon, any mentioning of it confuses you and puts your traditional thinking in disorder.
34. The director says that they actually found a way to put a third floor inside the roof and it works great except that the walls are all slanted, which confuses their patients and makes the nurses whack their heads.
35. The first of these divisions of science is harmful, not only because it confuses people's perceptions and gives false decisions, but also because it exists, and occupies the ground which should belong to true science.
36. First off, he was reacting powerfully to my own apparent physical gifts without even being aware of that dimension of himself, which always confuses and excites me, and secondly he had the exact attributes of Quinn-black curly hair and vivid blue eyes-in a heavier, stronger, more physically comfortable frame.
37. It is especially the case with workmen who are intelligent but who have had no classical education; they are not masters of words, and, consequently, of ideas; they use a refined language which is not natural to them; it is a perplexity to them and consequently confuses their minds; they have had no time to filter it drop by drop.
38. What is art, if we put aside the conception of beauty, which confuses the whole matter? The latest and most comprehensible definitions of art, apart from the conception of beauty, are the following: (1 a) Art is an activity arising even in the animal kingdom, and springing from sexual desire and the propensity to play (Schiller, Darwin, Spencer), and (1 b) accompanied by a pleasurable excitement of the nervous system (Grant Allen).

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