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  • The site has had some sort of public use throughout its history.
  • Sports that are played with some sort of board as the primary equipment.
  • Each year since then, the Show has set new records of some sort.
  • They were generally set up in cities with some sort of French commercial interest.
  • What is just in distribution must also take into account some sort of worth.
  • She did, however, say she might do some sort of television show in the future.
  • Numerous video games have attempted to give players some sort of control in this regard.
  • Since we can refer to such things, they must have some sort of being.
  • She seems to have had some sort of relationship with Him.
  • I do not certainly want to be arrested, given some sort of trial and shot.
  • I set out to make some sort of change.
  • The belief that bread has some sort of special power is an ancient one.
  • They played adult contemporary music of some sort over the years.
  • Currently he seems suffering from some sort of health issues.
  • But this non-being which the subject of coming into existence leaves behind must itself have some sort of being.
  • Some sorts can be taken out of the car and used hand-held while walking.
  • All tests are expressed in the shape of some sort of table, however.
  • Another theory proposed that it was some sort of weapon system.
  • This meant that some sort of mechanism was needed to control who could talk at what time.
  • This process is then often followed by some sort of critical reflection of the program.
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