an extra

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  • They also make an extra amount to dry to be used year round.
  • Finishing a special stage in the first act will gain the player an extra life instead.
  • Lake first began working in films as an extra.
  • One out of every four school-age children were provided with an extra food ration.
  • If a player met certain conditions (such as a high score), they received an extra ball.
  • The player starts with five lives; each level completion awards an extra life.
  • If a player finished in the same position three times in a row, then an extra life is awarded.
  • Anyone who was late not only could not work that day but lost an extra day's pay.
  • He was assigned an extra cell as studio and was allowed to attend a nearby church.
  • In the last month, an extra day was added.
  • This work led to him getting an agent and performing in TV plays as an extra.
  • However, this would require an extra two years of travel for Deep Impact.
  • She managed to be an extra in both films but her scenes were cut out of both of the final films.
  • This extra day was a working day for most or an extra holiday for others.
  • Did your hair require an extra half-hour? Cited from Winding Paths, by Gertrude Page
  • In this case, an extra question is asked to break the tie.
  • Her second attempt at acting was no more successful than the first, as she landed work only as an extra.
  • Some of them, with an extra year's preparation, did indeed go on to degree-level work.
  • The scoring team is also awarded the opportunity for an extra point or a two-point conversion.
  • Kennedy then decided that he did not want to be an extra, he was going to become a star.
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