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  • We have reserved a lot of food for emergencies.

  • is an illustrative example: The current program houses just 4 percent of the 18-to-25-year-old men in the state’s prisons, a shadow of the ambitious 700-plus-person facility Semple initially envisioned.

  • It's a world where theSocial Security retirement age never budges, no matter how high averagelife expectancy climbs.

  • And his aggressive policies, designed to protect workers, may very well accelerate their obsolescence.

  • The aforementioned priest isn’t the only religious leader spontaneously exploding in Preacher’s pilot episode—throughout the first hour, the same supernatural accident befalls several people of faith, including (in one of the show’s funniest cut-away gags) Tom Cruise on his Scientology dais.

  • so the risk will be there either way.

  • Will President Obama's Bain ads, released this week, be effective like in 1994?

  • "The public should anticipate that there's going to be a lot of power outages," President Obama said on Monday.

  • Is that a correct summation?

  • April showers bring May flowers.

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About Sentence Generator

Sentence Generator, which generates a specified length and number of sentences based on the words provided, can be used to make sentences, learn and review English knowledge, or as a tool for academic research. We have collected more than 3 million sentences, it contains almost all the English words, so you can find the corresponding sentences by entering any word.

How to generate specific sentences? First enter the words you need to include, such as 'name', then select the length of the sentence(number of words), and enter the number of sentences you want to generate. Click the Generator button to generate the sentence. Click on the code text and the code will be automatically selected. It is convenient for you to copy and save.