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1. Jamie felt an inordinate pride in the boy.
2. Shoop swigged another inordinate amount of gin.
3. He also had an inordinate fear of tennis shoes.
4. Which seemed to happen an inordinate number of times.
5. Humans have spent an inordinate amount of time growing.
6. It is thus that Ashwatthama is an image of inordinate.
7. Lust is an inordinate craving for the pleasures of the body.

8. For I used to swallow and digest an inordinate amount of print.
9. Gluttony is an inordinate desire to consume more than that which one requires.
10. He has an inordinate amount of his wealth tied up in that piece of real estate.
11. I spent an inordinate amount of my life allowing this guilt to drive my actions.
12. An inordinate number of cripples would enter Pravik throughout the day and evening.
13. The two men stood in the middle of the lounge taking up an inordinate amount of room.
14. A possible problem at this level is the development inordinate selfishness in a child.
15. They warn against common stocks selling at many times NAV as carrying inordinate risk.
16. And when her sister Aholibah saw this, she was more corrupt in her inordinate love than.
17. Still, this inordinate concern for a person she could not abide annoyed Helen very much.
18. However, the single greatest drawback was the inordinate number of workers on the payroll.
19. Thus, analysts would have perceived the inordinate demand for oil and extrapolated it into.
20. She was now taking it back, castrating him with her inordinate demands and his inability to cope.
21. For ten or fifteen feet in every direction, the grass grew high, an inordinate, overfertilized green.
22. The steps required to calculate the skewness and kurtosis would require an inordinate amount of space.
23. The carpenters also used what seemed to him to be an inordinate quantity of nails, as if they cost nothing.
24. So I spent an inordinate amount of time trying to find a husband and settle down, as mother usually put it.
25. He was not stout but has a slightly prominent stomach, probably due to the inordinate consumption of alcohol.
26. Wilcox claimed the access ban on two of Ken's sections was creating an inordinate amount of extra housekeeping.
27. Irregular hours, disorderly feeding habits, tense overeating with fast foods and inordinate absenteeism at home.
28. The cesarienne, as it was termed, always resulted in an inordinate amount of blood loss from the woman’s womb.
29. It is only after they spend an inordinate amount of time and money that they discover that there is no magic bullet.
30. The workmen's discussions, he said, were too timorous; the interest they took in the question of wages was inordinate.
31. What his job now entailed was an inordinate amount of time spent justifying his activities and crunching budget numbers.
32. For example, programmers shouldn’t spend an inordinate amount of time telling those in marketing how to do their jobs.
33. Finally, as a trader, I spend an inordinate amount of time in front of computers, and this isn’t the best thing for posture.
34. Now we know it will be noon for an inordinate amount of time, is it not wise to assume that nightfall is nowhere near?
35. One is to be sensitive that when something is taking up an inordinate amount of mental bandwidth, that's almost always a bad sign.
36. If a contract month sees an inordinate amount of paper flow, you should be able to take advantage of the movement in the relationships.
37. Over this 10-year period an inordinate amount of fraud, error and incompetence in paranormal investigations, have been brought to light.
38. The gravest offenders in this respect are lust, wrath, avarice, and inordinate attachment which obstruct one’s realization of the Self.
39. For example? Well, for example, he’d been spending inordinate amounts of time up at his studio in the Bronx, returning hours after midnight.
40. He never used to swear, though, at his men, they said; but somehow he got an inordinate quantity of cruel, unmitigated hard work out of them.
41. Rooted in pleasure, Human Nature‘s inordinate capacity for consumption, having gone unchecked, losses all sense of moderation and proportion.
42. Put enough of a charge in there you reckon? Lynch finally said, eyeing off the inordinate amount of powder Berty had poured into the weapon.
43. Short positions were never going to be a big part of our portfolio, but they took up an inordinate amount of time and added an inordinate amount of stress.
44. The little man, who hunched over even when he sat, took an inordinate amount of time wriggling out of his sportcoat and folding it over the back of the chair.
45. Brooke's miscellaneous invitations seemed to belong to that general laxity which came from his inordinate travel and habit of taking too much in the form of ideas.
46. A young couple gyrated wildly in backless leopard-skin pouches, bronzed bodies bearing testimony to either an inordinate amount of time in the gym or a handy supply of steroids.
47. I cannot help observing the inordinate zeal manifested by the opposers of this bill, evidently resulting from a belief that its rejection will lessen the powers of the Federal Government.
48. Many were half-naked, including the women, and all seemed to be heavily tattooed and wearing inordinate amounts of jewellery in the form of heavy gold necklaces, bangles and finger rings.
49. Then I plainly saw what I had to trust to: it was one of those just true-sized instruments, of which the masters have a better command than the more unwieldy, inordinate sized one are generally under.
50. Both display inordinate vanity, which consorts ill with the brawny calves and large feet they cannot help showing on account of their short though voluminous skirts, and both have a womanly love of jewelry.
51. His politeness and tact, his attachment to Lea and the inordinate affection he showed her together with a respectful and friendly attitude to Stratos inspired in them a sense of responsibility and protectiveness.
52. Moreover, with the desert air we inhaled all day, the exercise on pyramid and bed, in this inordinate contentment, we were touched by the wings of Morpheus, mythological God of Dreams, and sent to the seventh heaven for a few hours' repose in the warmth of each other's arms.
53. This police superintendent, Flibusterov by name, was an ardent champion of authority who had only recently come to our town but had already distinguished himself and become famous by his inordinate zeal, by a certain vehemence in the execution of his duties, and his inveterate inebriety.
54. Weel aware am I, that men in authority cannot appease and quell the inordinate concupiscence of the multitude, and that in a’ stations of life there are persons who would mumpileese the retinue of the king and government for their own behoof and eeteration, without any regard to the cause or effect.
55. After the ladies had departed for the ball, whither all the entreaties of Madame de Villefort had failed in persuading him to accompany them, the procureur had shut himself up in his study, according to his custom, with a heap of papers calculated to alarm any one else, but which generally scarcely satisfied his inordinate desires.
56. As Queequeg's Ramadan, or Fasting and Humiliation, was to continue all day, I did not choose to disturb him till towards night-fall; for I cherish the greatest respect towards everybody's religious obligations, never mind how comical, and could not find it in my heart to undervalue even a congregation of ants worshipping a toad-stool; or those other creatures in certain parts of our earth, who with a degree of footmanism quite unprecedented in other planets, bow down before the torso of a deceased landed proprietor merely on account of the inordinate possessions yet owned and rented in his name.
57. For, owing to the large number of whale-cruisers; the disorderly way they were sprinkled over the entire watery circumference, many of them adventurously pushing their quest along solitary latitudes, so as seldom or never for a whole twelvemonth or more on a stretch, to encounter a single news-telling sail of any sort; the inordinate length of each separate voyage; the irregularity of the times of sailing from home; all these, with other circumstances, direct and indirect, long obstructed the spread through the whole world-wide whaling-fleet of the special individualizing tidings concerning Moby Dick.
58. Jesus said to him Man who is it that appointed me over you as a judge and dividere And he said to his disciples Take heed within yourselves of all inordinate desire; for it is not in abundance of 36 possessions that life shall be; And he gave them this parable: The ground of a rich man brought out abundant produce and he pondered within himself and said What shall I do since I have no place to store my produce? And he said I will do this; I will pull down the buildings of my barns and build them and make them greater; and store there all my wheat and my goods; And I will say to my soul Soul you have much goods laid by for many years; take your ease eat drink enjoy yourself.
59. Also, there’s the obvious fact that the amount of energy required to give animalistic intelligence to a tree would require a magnetic monopole super-imposed within a super-massive black hole isolated within a Higgs Field times the density of a weakless universe divided by the sub-particle wave length of the root square of an isosceles triangle subtracting the para-statistical metadata equal to the maximum level of sub-atomic exotic particles, then acting under the assumption that in the event of the self-intersection of cosmic strings triggered by inordinate radiation, there would exist somewhere an object that was both simultaneously larger than the entire universe and smaller than an atom, blatantly violating the Law of Conservation of Energy.

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