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Along with all the new action comes the inevitable falls and bumps, which means I'm back to having to watch him closely all the time again.
Diesels have twice the compression of gas engines, which means it's harder for the average person to shift gears in a manual transmission.
It is driven by gears rather than a belt, and also comes with a telescopic extendable wand which means it can get into tight corners and edges.
The new services are non-directive, which means that the counsellor does not give an opinion or form a judgement.
City's board of directors unveiled their future vision, after revealing details of the deal which means the club can stay at its current home.
So you will have mounds of unburied corpses on the streets, which means typhoid or cholera outbreaks.
It's National Chocolate Week, which means you now have an excuse to eat your body weight in cocoa solids.
Lobsters are considered crustaceans, which means that they have a hard external skeleton or exoskeleton.
The ball skimmed the dirt which means it was no longer in flight to make a legal catch.
He also makes sure to keep prices competitive, which means he doesn't overcharge for a service, but he doesn't undercharge either.
These are juried awards, which means two or three jurors are given all of the books submitted by publishers within one category.
They sign a binding arbitration agreement, which means they agree that whatever we decide is what happens.
Interest rates on credit cards tend to respond to moves in short-term interest rates, which means they are rising.
Her tiny council bungalow is neat and clean, and she has a sofa bed in the sitting room, which means she can have visitors.
It's made from sand, soda ash and limestone, which means it's all completely natural.
It's only out in hardback at the moment, which means it is a little expensive. But it's worth the read.
The magazine claims a readership of 20,000, which means it probably sells about half that.
He's a politician now, which means that bragging and whoring his story is the job description.
The echidna is a nocturnal animal which means it only comes out at night and it is rare to see one during the day.
It's not a ready-made audience, which means people listen because they want to.
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