sort out

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  • They use the long flight to sort out their problems and remain together.
  • Spanish people wanted a change in the government which could sort out their problems.
  • As soon as they land, they begin to sort out the great mass. Cited from Bertha, by Mary Hazelton Wade
  • The couple failed to sort out what had happened and their relationship ended.
  • Their relationship ended when they failed to sort out exactly what had happened.
  • First they began to sort out the things to be kept for immediate use. Cited from The Beach of Dreams, by H. De Vere Stacpoole
  • Leaving his mother to sort out his clothes, he went out in the street. Cited from Bob the Castaway, by Frank V. Webster
  • The long drawn-out fight took several years to sort out.
  • In the end they are able to sort out their differences and make up.
  • It is by no means simple to sort out fact and fiction within this story.
  • Come, boys, sort out the green and hand us the flowers as we want them. Cited from Jack and Jill, by Louisa May Alcott
  • Here again they are able to sort out various problems. Cited from The Adventures of Dick Maitland, by Harry Collingwood
  • At present I am going to sort out what evidence I have. Cited from The Secret Passage, By Fergus Hume
  • It takes too much time to sort out things. Cited from Phebe, Her Profession, by Anna Chapin Ray
  • He makes sure that he is there to look after her and often has to sort out her problems.
  • The people had great difficulty trying to sort out what belonged to each of them.
  • That's what he was elected for -- to put me and my sort out of business. Cited from The Sheriff's Son, by William MacLeod Raine
  • Throughout their junior high years, the four sort out their feelings.
  • That's really all there is to it, except the middle took some time to sort out.
  • She met with her agency in January to sort out a specific route for the tour.
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