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    1. To manage our weight and maintain optimum health, we have to focus on eating efficiently

    2. ’ I replied as steadily as I can manage

    3. The catch is fiddly, but I manage it second time, and open the door

    4. It takes a considerable amount of restraint on my part not to go with the two of them as they head off to the annexe, but I manage it

    5. "Look, I've got 12 people to manage here, including yourself

    6. We can manage

    7. By dint of her breathing in a lot and me tugging hard, we manage to get her into it

    8. Stephen rings just after two in the afternoon to see how we are getting on and to tell me that he’s intending to get here as near to five as he can manage

    9. "But I have to talk to you about where I'm going to live and how we're going to manage this tiny island of the league

    10. Then he could manage a restructured mortgage, interest only for a year and pay off Sammy on his terms over the course of six months

    11. ’ I manage to enunciate at the second try

    12. With their cuteness, tricks, tears, mischief, as well as with their endless demands, they manage to keep their parents always busy -especially their mother

    13. Fighting for air I could only manage the faintest of whispers in reply to his question

    14. Then I fly out of the window and along Nereid st; black dogs get in my way as I fly towards the playground, yet I manage to leave them behind

    15. You’ll need to manage their output

    16. ’ I replied with as deadpan a face as I can manage … making her laugh

    17. Her face was still full of fear and a smile was all he could manage then before her face washed out in the glare from the alien reactor’s detonation

    18. That explains it: I have heard about certain persons lately who, although they are illiterate, have become successful travelling salesmen and earn up to 700,000 drachmas per month! Taking into account that a salesman's commission is no higher than 10%, how do they manage to make sales of 7,000,000 drachmas every month? What do they really sell? Encyclopedias? Come on now! Nowadays you can find cheap and voluminous encyclopedias in bookstores or, even, on offer in newspapers! Why would anyone pay dearly a commercial traveller? Unless they sell other things, other ''services'', instead of books

    19. ‘Is there a problem?’ I asked in as ordinary a voice as I can manage, as I lead her into the kitchen and starting to clear my breakfast things away

    20. ‘Yes, I can manage trains, thank you Angie

    21. Even so, she did manage to drag the subject round to Abery

    22. Despite anticipating that the sound of the water flowing past my head as I sleep in the cabin bed allotted to me would awaken memories that would prevent me sleeping, I do manage to drop off and woke to find myself in a different world; the flat lowlands have been replaced by rolling hills which, even though the plants and animals show the ubiquitous signs of malaise I have seen elsewhere, is lovely to behold

    23. It takes a while to get my belongings organised as I want them, but I still manage to be up on deck before the boat casts off

    24. ‘But I can manage, thanks

    25. A towel, some soap and that is about all I am going to manage

    26. ’ I said deliberately, determined not to let this man think I can’t manage

    27. By dint of sheer willpower and a certain amount of gritting of the teeth against the pain, I manage to get dressed and pack up my bags again

    28. With a physical urgency usually reserved for athletes and Special Forces troops, Miss Jones launched herself into a standing position, braced her legs upon the pavement and picked up her handbag in the most menacing way that she could manage

    29. ’ He said, taking my elbow and helping me over to the patch of ground he has settled on for our camp despite my protestations that I can manage

    30. With an effort, I manage to throw one arm round her neck, swallowing a fair amount of water in the process, but once there, it means she can support me as she swims strongly towards land

    31. Even in those far off days in the caravan, she had known how to manage their affairs, limited though they may have been back then, and he was quite content to leave the day to day nitty-gritty of bills and services in her capable hands

    32. about all I can manage

    33. ‘I did think of that just now, but it’s too isolated for me to manage on my own and then there’s the question of relocating the kids … they’re settled where they are, Gary, not to mention the fact I’d have to find a job

    34. ” Not on the same night, of course”, she added just to be sure that she could manage the linen

    35. Most Federal agencies have experts who are available to help organizations apply for and manage their grants

    36. I can see from my reflection in the mirror, that I manage a very reasonable impression of amused surprise … I’m impressed …

    37. How they manage to avoid hitting each other I do not know, but I have to say that, although most cars sport some sort of scratch or dent, I didn’t see a single accident

    38. They were going to rape her but found they were still too young, though they did manage to get her clothes off

    39. We manage it with five minutes to spare and are downstairs in the lounge when Rob arrives

    40. that she could manage

    41. Then there is Joanna who, if she could manage it, would be an eternal student

    42. Her dad couldn’t manage the stairs and they’d had one of the rooms at the back made into a bedroom

    43. But, you had to admire the way she took the reins firmly in her hands, working through the house, cleaning, repairing and clearing out the junk – just as well really, her mother was a poor thing and couldn’t manage at all

    44. After lunch, I manage to get started on Bunty again but am interrupted just after three by the arrival of a woman in reception who wants to talk to someone about an article in the last edition

    45. to manage their affairs, limited though they may have been back

    46. manage with all of that expensive fishing gear you keep buying

    47. Life was just about perfect if he could manage the price of a small

    48. Can I manage dry toast? Don't know, my mouth is still horribly dry

    49. I stagger to the door and, at the third try, manage to open it

    50. 'I think I can manage, Dave

    1. " That sounded rather small, but then again, she had managed to dig up what happened to Tdeshi on a trail that was twenty decades old, this was only fourteen

    2. Her parents continue trying to make her into something they never managed when they were her age

    3. “That isn’t yours,” The Operator managed to say

    4. It took us a few tries, but the bravest of us managed to rip the papers from his calloused hands

    5. steadied and he managed to focus

    6. He said he’d seen Joanna with this guy and, somehow or other, the police managed to track him down – don’t know how they did it

    7. the table, but instead he managed to swallow it manfully and smile thinly

    8. He panted hard, still mired in the primeval floor, but managed to steel his shaking

    9. in the process, but finally he managed to fall back onto the relative safety of his bed

    10. terror coursing through his veins, he managed to shake his clothes out and dress,

    11. oh shit! Stephen didn’t say if he had managed to arrange one for tomorrow

    12. Johnny managed three strides, perhaps half the distance that he needed, before

    13. A while later, somewhat breathless from manoeuvring the heavy box down the ladder but gratified that I have managed it on my own, I sit on the bed and start going through my history

    14. Goodness knows what he managed to get his mother to put together for a picnic

    15. managed to smear it across his jaw and nose a little more vividly

    16. Tom managed to catch a glimpse of her leaving the car park

    17. How I managed to keep my hands off Stephen over breakfast I do not know

    18. Let me explain: After one and a half month of inaction, we finally carried out a telepathy experiment which “of course” proved to be a flop! Not even one of us managed to make a close guess of the object placed on the reception table

    19. In all of my time in captivity I don’t think I ever managed to sleep, not truly and deeply

    20. Rania, a mediocre dancer, has also been promoted to the fourth place of the circle – probably because she has managed to join the clique

    21. George managed to win my confidence very soon, as he appeared to be a thoughtful and understanding person

    22. Anyway, at a moment he found a black pen and the opportunity to smudge two of the three pages of my published story! When I saw that, I flew off the handle! The little monster managed to stain the only success I've had in my life insofar!

    23. I awoke to the sound of the door being unlocked and, although it was agony to move now that my limbs had stiffened after the beating, I managed to kneel and cover my nakedness with the bottom of my blood-spattered tee-shirt

    24. Despite my screaming bruises and the blood soaking across my tattered face, I managed to spring up and land astride Robbie’s chest

    25. Through my tears I managed to stroke his forehead as gently as I could

    26. The guys running the mechanical shop had managed to put together a very good imitation of an ocean racer and it was now ready for some long distance trials

    27. Despite being a little wobbly after spending several days in bed, not to mention carrying the after effects of what she’d heard described as a nasty case of concussion, she still managed to summon sufficient willpower to be curious about what she saw as they walked through the interminable corridors of the hospital towards the car park

    28. He let a few drops fall from his mouth onto the kerchief and, rather than wiping away the dust on his face and lips, he just managed to smear it across his jaw and nose a little more vividly

    29. Son to focus on anything but the pain, but he managed to pull himself out of

    30. He managed to shuffle and drag himself upright, until, bowed and spindle thin, he finally stood free of the wall

    31. It took some minutes to alert the girl ostensibly serving at the counter but Kara managed to obtain some refreshments eventually

    32. Somehow he managed to evade all the welcome and noise and bustle and sneak her into the house and along the shadowy, silent hallways to her bed chamber

    33. By dint of hiding in one or other of them whenever she felt particularly overcome, she managed to maintain her sanity

    34. It was slow going, but he managed to get to the bathroom

    35. "I managed to snag a few inglethors

    36. With the help of both Poopsie and Lardyme, who managed to stop

    37. managed to do the wheel ferrings early, so there isn’t anything to

    38. They had managed to reach Buttercup; they cycled down to the

    39. Where a shaft of light has managed to break through the canopy, there are bright green ferns, but in the main, it is easy going over the pine-needle strewn ground with no bushes or undergrowth

    40. The three fierce defenders finally managed to overpower it and bring it down

    41. Breaking and entering was not something that Archibald had studied with his tutors, and so it was with some difficulty and quite a lot of noise that he eventually managed to force a window at the back of the ramshackle and degenerate building

    42. Some trees managed to break part of her fall

    43. By arranging the suits, shirts, blouses and skirts by label, size and colour she managed to shift most of the better items to middle class bargain hunters and a good deal of the less fashionable items to the local student population

    44. He forbade her to take a break until the whole wardrobe had been disposed of and it wasn’t until nearly four o’clock that afternoon that Cyberia managed to trudge home wearily, smelling of sweat, fried burgers and other people’s loose change

    45. In truth she might not have managed if Nuran hadn't been so hung over and helpless

    46. Self-control was an art that Miss Jones and her family had perfected through many long years of carefully managed breeding and etiquette

    47. The young man managed two or three disjointed paces before he too crumpled and flaked, finally tripping over an uneven paving stone and falling chin first to the floor

    48. On their second pass they managed to destroy all but about 20 of the misshapen, abominations

    49. Ichor managed to send word to the White to relay to Jake

    50. ’ He said concentrating on nurturing the tiny flame he has managed to achieve

    1. I frequently have coffee with Doreen who is married to Henry – you know the chap who manages their props and scenery

    2. It takes some doing to keep them apart, but John manages by hanging onto their collars and spreading his arms wide

    3. if Satan manages to deceive you (it is his job on the earth, as he is a

    4. But in her usual fashion, she manages through it with poise and a warm smile, "Hey there Apollo, I'm glad you're here

    5. If a single human manages to cut it once or twice in the arm before dying, that's just spicy food

    6. At some stage during that time, she manages to tell Caderl the news about their marriage and I witness him having a quiet, if enthusiastic word with Berndt, clasping him by his injured arm in his excitement and then having to apologise speedily as a result of being a little too excited

    7. To my utter amazement, he goes on to say that Joris’ last mission was to guard me on my quest to retrieve the last of the Elements, emphasising that without Joris’s protection, the task would have failed – he also manages to suggest that Joris had a hand in the retrieval of the other Elements without actually saying so – but I’m not going to quibble over that

    8. Dave manages to find a parking space without too much trouble and after discussion about whether I am up to going for a walk or not, we decide to walk around the lake then get something to eat in the cafe

    9. Maggie doesn’t see her but Billy does and he manages to catch Maggie's attention

    10. After a few minutes trying to get the attention of the staff he manages to pay for four more vodka kicks and holding two in each hand by the neck he trips the slow waltz back to his brother and the girls

    11. The song is still playing in Billy's head but he manages to turn the volume down

    12. Maggie manages to resist the urge to brain Jock with the crockery

    13. Sitting on the toilet she manages to prise the sliver of glass from her calf using her beautifully manicured fingernails

    14. Maggie feels suddenly impotent, but she focuses and manages to spit her message out

    15. He manages to edge the car onto the hard packed ruts of a field entrance and, bending forward, he rests his head on the soft plastic of the steering wheel

    16. He manages to put his forefinger to his lip at the second attempt, and then as he slides off his stool he says, "Nice to meet you, Victor

    17. He can smell damp soil, but he manages to summon-up the last flickering embers of his youthful vigour to whisper, "Kitchen

    18. Dad is quite severely limited by his arthritic condition but he manages quite well and takes advantage of the restaurant facilities most of the time

    19. The revenue derived from labour is called wages; that derived from stock, by the person who manages or employs it, is called profit; that derived from it by the person who does not employ it himself, but lends it to another, is called the interest or the use of money

    20. I’d suffer far worse than any blade could cut me if this hateful man manages to stop you

    21. She always manages to take my breath away, Zarko thought

    22. He curses beneath his breath, straightens his underwear and one of his eyes manages to fix us with a baleful stare

    23. “Right lads lets get in there before he manages to get that gun working again” and he sprang up followed by the others in his hole

    24. The BIOS manages the order of system boot items, such as floppy (yes, there still is such a thing), CD/DVD optical drive, flash drive and hard drive

    25. – Unless Laino manages to scare you to death, it can turn you on somewhat when his eyes flash with lighting and rage

    26. Teow, who is about 50, is a very good masseuse who manages Lovely massage

    27. There are very small countries with a very dense, even over population, who manages the dead and never runs out of space

    28. Owns and manages a fancy hotel on Park Lane

    29. Devlin manages to slip a blindfold over Fanny’s eyes and then backs out of the shot

    30. And even though debris and concrete chunks litter the cobblestone pavement, the lane still manages to retain its quaintness

    31. manages to be a pain in the ass, and is constantly pondering the fact

    32. 56 The following day, Higgins confirmed in his article in the Ithaca Journal, headlined triAd FoCuses pArk Mission that The Triad Foundation, the new organization recently split off from the Park Foundation, won’t make any changes to the way it manages fellowship programs it will take over in Ithaca and Chapel Hill, NC, according to its director

    33. when it first surfaces, but that then somehow manages to sink

    34. Another Lope yawn and, “How the brain manages to keep track of

    35. But it would seem that only the Muslim religion today manages to

    36. manages to solve it and so the Sphinx kills itself

    37. who manages to run faster after the charioteer has drunk too much, it is most

    38. there is a conflict between rights, only if one manages to enter into the

    39. If he manages, with Athena’s help, to create this new type of beauty,

    40. Anyone manages to stay awake longer than the others will be in no shape to climb around on the roof

    41. Subsequently he made the announcement through all the forums he manages and the groups on LinkedIn™

    42. It manages to filter out market noise through the calculation which removes the small

    43. “One car pulls off and the guy from the second car manages to shoot out the first car’s tires and then shoot the remaining gunman as he exited the vehicle

    44. He always manages to beat it and be out on the street the next day

    45.  manages conflict and helps the group find win-win

    46. Their only interest is the goal and the person that manages to make a goal, but the goal is only a moment of the game, it does not constitute the game itself

    47. Frankenstein, instead, is catapulted among the living, without even having asked for it; how could he have asked for it by the way? His personal agony lasts until he manages to return to the dead

    48. The working place is hell and who cares! My colleague with less talent than me manages to emerge and who cares! The company organizes a seminar on team building and who cares! So many sacrifices and so much money that has been thrown away! If we had considered saving before, maybe we would not be in this situation now

    49. David manages to adapt to most of the doctor’s recommendations

    50. On this particular day, David trips on someone’s dangling coat belt while on the escalator, but he saves his footing and manages to kick the belt end away from the seam of the escalator steps as it rises to the top of the stairway

    1. The crowd of spectators had a moment to look on in horror before Bob plowed right into them, knocking at least a dozen students to the ground and managing to land on a good number of them

    2. It was sixty-three when our Managing Director called me into his office and

    3. ’ Jeremy said warmly, managing to convey that he not only knows about the trials of the last few days but also that he is pleased they have concluded positively

    4. In less than two minutes, my phone rings; it is Mr Gryparis, the managing director: “Have you got any untyped texts of Mrs Parissis?” he asks

    5. A little later, Mrs Stavrakis informs me that shrew of Parissis went to the managing director and told him “This morning Yvonne was half an hour absent from her office!” – that's when I was out to buy Mrs Stavrakis some coffee

    6. Issa and Remos – that’s the couple who look after it – have been managing it for years … it makes a nice little income, I believe

    7. Managing The Relationship Matrix

    8. You were managing to slowly heal yourself

    9. ‘You go and do that, we’ll have a chat about the practicalities of managing the property

    10. It says a lot that we none of us have asked how she's managing the rent on her own

    11. “Darling, I have endeavored to introduce to you the many aspects of managing a large household, and I am gratified to say that your abilities are unsurpassed in thoroughness and creativity

    12. Her son has recently married and has left her without assistance managing the staff and daily requirements of the business

    13. Avery Goodman does have a real flair for direction, and an intuitive grasp for subtly managing the extremes of emotion displayed by the Players from time to time

    14. Jameson got to look over the train kitchen and offered his compliments to the cooks on their managing so well in such a limited space

    15. I think he played professionally before he wound up managing he was a great player

    16. Starting and running a membership site can be a lot of fun and very fulfilling, however you need to know what’s involved in setting one up, and then managing it effectively

    17. "Sir?" the boy replied, managing to bring words from his mouth instead of puke

    18. “I see that it’s true what they say about taking the girl out of Cyrodiil but not managing to take Cyrodiil out of the girl

    19. "This is fine,” he said, even managing a smile up at me

    20. Feng (wind) Shui (water) is an ancient Chinese system which aids managing the flow of invisible energy (chi)

    21. His cock struck her in all sorts of places and she almost became frantic before managing to grasp the thing and pulling him down firmly on top of her starved body, made the insertion

    22. It is a very calming way of managing our state of being, for it allows us to ride through tough periods of our lives, much more effortlessly

    23. But if the number of American representatives were to be in proportion to the produce of American taxation, the number of people to be managed would increase exactly in proportion to the means of managing them, and the means of managing to the number of people to be managed

    24. The chief difficulty Alice found at first was in managing her flamingo:

    25. To establish a joint-stock company, however, for any undertaking, merely because such a company might be capable of managing it successfully ; or, to exempt a particular set of dealers from some of the general laws which take place with regard to all their neighbours, merely because they might be capable of thriving, if they had such an exemption, would certainly not be reasonable

    26. The joint-stock companies, which are established for the public-spirited purpose of promoting some particular manufacture, over and above managing their own affairs ill, to the diminution of the general stock of the society, can, in other respects, scarce ever fail to do more harm than good

    27. But though this order of men can scarce ever be forced, they may be managed as easily as any other ; and the security of the sovereign, as well as the public tranquillity, seems to depend very much upon the means which he has of managing them ; and those means seem to consist altogether in the preferment which he has to bestow upon them

    28. The sovereign, though he might have some indirect influence in those elections, and though it was sometimes usual to ask both his consent to elect, and his approbation of the election, yet had no direct or sufficient means of managing the clergy

    29. The court of Rome had disobliged some of the smaller princes in the northern parts of Germany, whom it had probably considered as too insignificant to be worth the managing

    30. managing to hit him squarely on the Achilles

    31. We wished each other goodnight and she kissed me on my cheek again then I wended my weary way to bed only just managing to drag my feet up the stairs and down the corridor to my room

    32. “That sounds like a good idea we can see how he’s managing and give him the news about the Battalion”, then we both said together

    33. “How are Helen, Mabel and Beth are they managing to keep their spirits up?” I replied

    34. rose through the ranks from a sawyer’s assistant at the beginning to managing the company later

    35. nothing about managing and certainly very little about the other

    36. When it came to managing the house, she was a master - with the exception of lighting the stove

    37. some guy who was managing one of his houses, could do more

    38. Dawn struggled with the powerful machine, just managing to keep it under control, knowing she only had seconds before the big cat sprang at her

    39. Gritting his teeth, Contin pulled the wheel in the opposite direction, managing to get the car back onto the road, where it slewed from side to side, the tyres smoking as he stamped on the brakes

    40. Breaking into a fast run, he sprinted across the clearing, just managing to catch the edge of the open side door before the helicopter rose out of reach

    41. He saw it coming too late, just managing to raise a protective shoulder as the Dawn twisted on its claw, crashing into him

    42. But what is wrong with this approach to managing emotions?

    43. Managing the emotions: Physiology first

    44. The fact of the matter is that there is no turning back the hands of time, if such was ever a reasonable option to begin with! As evolving technologies continue developing efficient ways of replacing brawn with brain, increasing competition for skilled labor in highly competitive global environments will require transforming (the) worker from a corporate to a human resource commissioned with the task of managing his or her (own) career paths

    45. It’s no secret that Windows is a very complicated system that is capable of managing a huge number of operations at once

    46. Paul completely forgot about his craving for the coffee and muffin and headed directly to the librarian who was managing the microfiche desk

    47. The chief difficulty Alice found at first was in managing her flamingo: she succeeded in getting its body tucked away, comfortably enough, under her arm, with its legs hanging down, but generally, just as she had got its neck nicely straightened out, and was going to give the hedgehog a blow with its head, it would twist itself round and look up in her face, with such a puzzled expression that she could not help bursting out laughing: and when she had got its head down, and was going to begin again, it was very provoking to find that the hedgehog had unrolled itself, and was in the act of crawling away: besides all this, there was generally a ridge or furrow in the way wherever she wanted to send the hedgehog to, and, as the doubled-up soldiers were always getting up and walking off to other parts of the ground, Alice soon came to the conclusion that it was a very difficult game indeed

    48. In other words a Managing Director could also be a Chief and thus must be addressed as Chief (and Surename)

    49. Such implies managing it in a responsible manner

    50. The famous military treatise, �The Art of War� written by Sun Tzu depicts a philosophy of war for managing conflicts and winning battles

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