do vs md

do md

Definitions

  • 1) Informal An entertainment; a party.
  • 2) Informal An entertainment; a party.
  • 3) A statement of what should be done.
  • 4) A commotion.
  • 5) The first tone of the diatonic scale in solfeggio.
  • 6) To go (a specified rate).
  • 7) To bring about; effect.
  • 8) To mimic.
  • 9) Slang To kill; murder.
  • 10) Used as a means of emphasis.
  • 11) To perform the tasks or behaviors typically associated with (something), especially as part of one's character or normal duties.
  • 12) Vulgar Slang To have sex with or bring to orgasm.
  • 13) To put forth; exert.
  • 14) Used as a substitute for an antecedent verb or verb phrase.
  • 15) To take place; happen.
  • 16) To set or style (the hair).
  • 17) To perform or execute; carry out.
  • 18) Slang To kill; murder.
  • 19) To render; give.
  • 20) To attend to in such a way as to take care of or put in order.
  • 21) To apply cosmetics to.
  • 22) To serve a specified purpose.
  • 23) To make good use of something because of need.
  • 24) To travel (a specified distance).
  • 25) To be proper or fitting.
  • 26) To carry on; manage.
  • 27) To produce, especially by creative effort.
  • 28) To prepare for further use especially by washing.
  • 29) To fulfill the requirements of.
  • 30) To be sufficient in meeting the needs of; serve.
  • 31) To work out by studying.
  • 32) To get along; fare.
  • 33) To make a tour of; visit.
  • 34) Used as a substitute for an antecedent verb.
  • 35) Informal To serve (a prison term).
  • 36) To behave or conduct oneself; act.
  • 37) Slang To take (drugs) illegally.
  • 38) Slang To take (drugs) illegally.
  • 39) Used with the infinitive without to in questions, negative statements, and inverted phrases.
  • 40) To play the part or role of in a creative production.
  • 41) To participate in (a meal or an activity) with another person.
  • 42) Slang To cheat; swindle.
  • 43) Slang To cheat; swindle.
  • 44) Vulgar Slang To have sex with or bring to orgasm.
  • 45) Used after another verb for emphasis.
  • 46) To have as an occupation or profession.
  • 47) Informal To serve (a prison term).

Examples

  • 1) Then again, not to do him down too much, he does have his more positive side.
  • 2) "You should write the general principles down somewhere, Dad, like they do with the United States Code.
  • 3) ‘If Amy wasn't with us we'd have probably done something but she was our excuse for not doing so.’
  • 4) ‘When the riot squad did move, it was so fast and so precise nothing could be done.’
  • 5) ‘I really didn't know what I was doing.’
  • 6) ‘After doing so much for this wonderful city, why did you have to suddenly go away?’
  • 7) ‘Or is it that the insurance companies are ripping us off - something must be done about this.’
  • 8) ‘She told him more must be done and he admitted there was a problem.’
  • 9) ‘More must be done to prevent moorland in the North West being destroyed by fire, according to a new report.’
  • 10) ‘Something must be done to put a stop to the all too frequent bouts of trouble which occur at the nightclub.’
  • 11) ‘Something must be done to halt the alarming decline in television audiences on whom it depends for its lifeblood.’
  • 12) ‘And it's me doing the reading, which makes me feel like I must have done something right.’
  • 13) ‘They replace trust and discussion and flexibility with things that must be done.’
  • 14) ‘I do accept that it cannot be done overnight, but I do think it must be done.’
  • 15) ‘But Jeremy feels more must be done to find permanent homes for the homeless community.’
  • 16) ‘Ms doyle said everything must be done to ensure that this disease does not occur again.’
  • 17) ‘Sometimes it seems that there is just not enough time to do everything that must be done.’
  • 18) ‘But she was also the kid who never did anything exceptionally right.’
  • 19) ‘Are there things you are doing which could be handed over to someone else?’
  • 20) ‘Of course he is, this kid went to Yale, the reward for kids who do everything right.’
  • 21) ‘In this, your time of crisis, what can we Americans do to help?’
  • 22) ‘There was nothing he could do anyway at the moment.’
  • 23) ‘It was really strange, because one moment she was just cooking and doing the chores at home, and the next moment she was on telly.’
  • 24) ‘She says that more and more, charities end up doing the tasks the state is supposed to look after.’
  • 25) ‘After each task, the teams swapped over their mode of transport and did the tasks all over again.’
  • 26) ‘Teachers are routinely doing tasks that were previously carried out by support staff.’
  • 27) ‘When doing a manual task you really cannot avoid, use a tool with a smaller grip.’
  • 28) ‘In the past few weeks he has done tasks around the home, such as turning lights on and off and unloading the washing machine.’
  • 29) ‘This helps them develop a sense of responsibility and a habit for doing these tasks.’
  • 30) ‘Starting by doing menial tasks teaches people respect for others and also earns their respect.’
  • 31) ‘There's loads of washing up to be done, general tidying around the house, and a whole bunch of shopping to get in.’
  • 32) ‘Will Vivian make me do evil, horrible chores?’
  • 33) ‘She'd do her shopping early in the morning so as not to talk to people.’
  • 34) ‘Until the clothes are on the models and all the hair and make-up is done, you're never going to see the whole picture.’
  • 35) ‘We keep in touch with what our customers want by doing two shifts on the shop floor every week and I am the manager for that time.’
  • 36) ‘Also, no matter how much I dislike doing the garden work, it is quite satisfying to see the end results.’
  • 37) ‘I am currently doing a page by page check of changes and will bring them to your attention in the coming weeks.’
  • 38) ‘Also I've been doing some re-writes to bring the show up to date, so that complicated the issue further.’
  • 39) ‘This means they've usually done all the hoovering before you get round to wanting to do it.’
  • 40) ‘The man is extremely capable and cooks, cleans and does all his own washing and ironing.’
  • 41) ‘His mother had been a miserly woman and had not done a single charitable deed in her lifetime.’
  • 42) ‘I spent this afternoon doing Christmas Shopping.’
  • 43) ‘I'm going to get my hair done a bit more often and go for facials and pamper myself a bit more.’
  • 44) ‘I had my hair and make-up done by professionals, was taught how to walk on a catwalk and got to model three outfits.’
  • 45) ‘I don't like people touching my hair, doing my make-up or telling me what to wear.’
  • 46) ‘The chap who does the garden said he wanted to hear some of my music.’
  • 47) ‘When she left school, she did the accounts for a fruit shop.’
  • 48) ‘Go get an estimate to have it done by someone else and tell her how much she would have to pay.’
  • 49) ‘During the dry weather the track to the mine was passable but work had to be done on it to carry heavy traffic.’
  • 50) ‘Nowadays the sales analysis is all done by computer, and is therefore totally reliable.’
  • 51) ‘Some of the ground has already been done so work on the project should start soon.’
  • 52) ‘He added the review had taken around two years and was done through numerous public consultations.’
  • 53) ‘The bar does meals, which looked filling, and the view over the bay is great!’
  • 54) ‘We are now doing a three-course Sunday lunch for £9.95.’
  • 55) ‘does anyone know of a central Manhattan hotel which does family rooms?’
  • 56) ‘I have another chef on my yacht who does different food - fish, salads and raw vegetables.’
  • 57) ‘They are doing a Season Ticket: £40’
  • 58) ‘The lamb was pleasant enough if not amazing (I think I've been spoiled by the Turkish place on Gillygate, which surely does the best lamb in town), and the vegetables were nicely done.’
  • 59) ‘Again, multiply the two together and you'll see how the sums have been done.’
  • 60) ‘It may be that you'll need to reassess your choices once you've done some more detailed sums.’
  • 61) ‘After doing some hard financial sums, I left the day job to chase a few dreams.’
  • 62) ‘I find doing crosswords strangely relaxing.’
  • 63) ‘They would watch videos, read books and do puzzles.’
  • 64) ‘Inspector Morse - Gruffly drinks beer and does crosswords in Oxford’
  • 65) ‘When the burger and onions are almost done, toast the bread on the grill or in a toaster.’
  • 66) ‘When those are both done, add the pasta to the bacon, and mix for a bit, then add the cream until it's all warm.’
  • 67) ‘She handed him a towel and the phone, and then left to make sure her food was doing okay.’
  • 68) ‘On the Indian side of the menu, we recommend lamb, which is always done to perfection.’
  • 69) ‘When the cake is done let it cool completely in the cake tin before turning it out onto a plate or cooling rack.’
  • 70) ‘do you remember when I told you what my parents did for a living?’
  • 71) ‘What does your dad do for a living?’
  • 72) ‘But talking about this kind of thing is what I do for a living.’
  • 73) ‘What exactly is it that you do?’
  • 74) ‘I keep asking him what he is going to do when he leaves school and he just keeps saying that all he wants to do is play football.’
  • 75) ‘After a day or two, she discovered what I did for a living and began making local specialities, dishes not on the menu.’
  • 76) ‘What he does for a living is intensely private and frustratingly protracted.’
  • 77) ‘I'm still unsure as to what I should be doing for a job - all I know is that it involves creativity.’
  • 78) ‘My sis will soon find out what I've really been doing for the past 3 years here.’
  • 79) ‘However, doing a PhD requires a high level of emotional management both within and outwith the field.’
  • 80) ‘In what sense are we required to follow the canons of correct reasoning when doing mathematics?’
  • 81) ‘I am doing the most demanding degree, but I could maybe take a year out.’
  • 82) ‘We had this sort of thing going on when I was doing my Fine Art Degree.’
  • 83) ‘We did French at primary school then I did Spanish at secondary school.’
  • 84) ‘I thought it was a really compelling one and probably for the same reason I like doing Shakespeare plays.’
  • 85) ‘At present we are doing a modern Russian play and another straight from New York.’
  • 86) ‘As most of you know, our school has traditionally done Shakespeare passages for our Recitations.’
  • 87) ‘What really means a lot to me is how encouraged I've been by the Brits, in terms of doing Shakespeare.’
  • 88) ‘About six months later I did Spice World with them and they all taught me their moves from the video.’
  • 89) ‘This is going to be another whole new experience for me because I've never done Peter Pan before.’
  • 90) ‘As for serious theatre, it is impossible to be more serious than doing a David Hare play, as Les did, appearing in Skylight in Newbury, or touring Helsinki in the Finnish play Cherished Disappointments In Love with Janet Suzman.’
  • 91) ‘I am working in Norfolk doing a Christmas Spectacular - but I will have to look at a map before I set off.’
  • 92) ‘Says Grandmaître, ‘At the first run-through, they were dancing like we were doing Swan Lake in New York.’’
  • 93) ‘When I was doing Sunset Boulevard in London, Jon Pertwee came to see the show.’
  • 94) ‘Luckily I got over it when I was doing Side Man in London.’
  • 95) ‘He does a great Elvis and my guests just loved him.’
  • 96) ‘If you ask me, he does Rolf Harris better than Rolf Harris does himself!’
  • 97) ‘No one can do the Queen like you! I have found myself enthralled watching your portrayal of her.’
  • 98) ‘We'd just discarded the possibility of me doing a Lara Croft convincingly.’
  • 99) ‘Well, Jamie Foxx does an incredible performance doing Ray Charles in the movie ‘Ray’ from Universal Pictures.’
  • 100) ‘She would be there doing heroin and I started off by just having a line on the foil.’
  • 101) ‘See if anyone else is having doubts that all the drugs they've done really were spiritual.’
  • 102) ‘I've done enough drugs over the years to know what it's like.’
  • 103) ‘I have never smoked, don't drink, and have never done drugs.’
  • 104) ‘She's admitted that she does cocaine.’
  • 105) ‘In the months previously, he had claimed he was doing up to 100 bags of heroin a day.’
  • 106) ‘If your employees do not do another customer in between, the time would be booked as 120 minutes or two hours straight time.’
  • 107) ‘He said he could do me after he finished the one he was doing, but I said no thanks. I’ll wait until tomorrow.’
  • 108) ‘A guy came in to get his lip pierced and Robbie asked if he could do him first and I told him it was no problem.’
  • 109) ‘I like to do it in the morning.’
  • 110) ‘I hit 16, went to college and one of the guys in my class said that he reckoned I was great in the sack and asked me to 'do it' with him behind the bike sheds.’
  • 111) ‘By now it is believed to have done the highest mileage of any comparable plane still in service.’
  • 112) ‘I rode 5 miles yesterday, and did 12 miles today, and already feel better mentally and physically than I have in a few years.’
  • 113) ‘The car does about 35-40 miles to the gallon.’
  • 114) ‘He maintains he was doing the speed limit and had no time to react.’
  • 115) ‘The speed a car is doing is only one element which affects the safety of road users.’
  • 116) ‘Furthermore what if you were told that had they been doing the speed limit, they could have survived?’
  • 117) ‘A number of bikers were also reported for speeding with one clocked doing 96 mph.’
  • 118) ‘Ten of those caught face a court appearance, mostly because they were clocked doing excessively high speeds.’
  • 119) ‘It is tacky and I don't like not being able to see what speed you are doing.’
  • 120) ‘We were doing exactly the same speeds and it was a really nice and clean fight.’
  • 121) ‘As he sped across the highway out of the city, he couldn't help notice that someone was doing exactly the same speed behind him.’
  • 122) ‘The journey has been done once before, by a Frenchman in 132 days just under ten years ago.’
  • 123) ‘In the seven years I've been doing that journey, I'm thinking that takes my total to five.’
  • 124) ‘I did London to Paris for charity last year.’
  • 125) ‘I had complete confidence in the pilot, he does the journey back and forth so many times a day he could probably do it blindfold.’
  • 126) ‘If they get their journey done quickly it frees up the taxi for other users.’
  • 127) ‘Mark my words, look in six months and no one will have any remembrance that it 'only' did one million copies in its first month.’
  • 128) ‘Her last album only did 130,000 in the first week.’
  • 129) ‘The second book did a fraction of the first book's sales.’
  • 130) ‘The area can be very crowded with surfers and tourists doing Land's End.’
  • 131) ‘We did the Eiffel Tower on Friday because we figured the queues would be shorter than on Saturday or Sunday.’
  • 132) ‘If you are in New York, you really have to do the Empire State Building!’
  • 133) ‘In 1996 we did London, Paris, Brussels, Cologne and Amsterdam.’
  • 134) ‘Dave is doing Europe over the next couple of months.’
  • 135) ‘I ended up back in prison doing fifteen months for handling stolen goods.’
  • 136) ‘He had done five years for housebreaking.’
  • 137) ‘He did 25 years in the Air Force.’
  • 138) ‘She did 10 years for aggravated murder in Hawaii before her sentence was overturned.’
  • 139) ‘It is finished, all done, and not able to be processed because of funding issues at this point of time.’
  • 140) ‘Once Varla was done she pulled out some cream and told Amy to apply it to her face.’
  • 141) ‘She is up packing our stuff right now and she should be done within five minutes or so.’
  • 142) ‘Are you done with your Christmas shopping?’
  • 143) ‘I was done tidying up the house at around 12:30 pm and went down to my apartment and ate lunch.’
  • 144) ‘Kaitlyn and I will just go upstairs and talk to Sam until you guys are done down here.’
  • 145) ‘Well, if you guys are done over there, we're going to get to some more ‘showbiz shorts.’’
  • 146) ‘He says a cable guy buddy of his just got done with a job and is going to come over and help him.’
  • 147) ‘In the middle of the course, I'm done with science and make a small bid for freedom.’
  • 148) ‘These people should get some sort of satisfaction when the day is done.’
  • 149) ‘The working week is done and we're more than up for cocktail fun.’
  • 150) ‘This is the signal that the night is done, and that the sun is coming up.’
  • 151) ‘Can you honestly say that, once the back-slapping and drinks all round were done with, you would be completely overjoyed on his behalf?’
  • 152) ‘We need some new scandal and controversy now that that one is done with (until next year).’
  • 153) ‘Now that my only wedding of the summer is done with, I'm wondering how to get myself on the guest list.’
  • 154) ‘I just want it to be done with, but I don't want to deal with any of the moving or saying goodbye stuff.’
  • 155) ‘The crowd was breaking apart now that the formal ceremonies were done with.’
  • 156) ‘She stopped, stood up, presumed that she was done with and strode out of the room.’
  • 157) ‘After all the travelling is done with for a while and Frost is settled back at home, he plans to revive a sleeping dragon.’
  • 158) ‘Once a visitor is done with all the mystic tourism Marlborough is close to hand for a bit of shopping or lunch.’
  • 159) ‘All the pomp and ceremony being done with, Lyon kick off from right to left in their dark blue.’
  • 160) ‘Once we were done with that, we made a dash to the speeders.’
  • 161) ‘When they were done with that they moved to the couch and she leaned against his chest and he wrapped his arms around her and they sat in silence for a while.’
  • 162) ‘When we were done with that, she had us all sit down at a desk.’
  • 163) ‘All of the after school sports were done with for the day, and most of the teachers had gone home to prepare for the next day of classes.’
  • 164) ‘Later on that day, when classes were done with, Trent headed back to his room.’
  • 165) ‘Hunter covered his head and waited until the swishing sounds were done with.’
  • 166) ‘When they were done with all that they lotioned up, and put on a pore minimizing mask and went to bed.’
  • 167) ‘We weren't allowed to talk during lunch, until we were done with the meal and out in the schoolyard.’
  • 168) ‘When the teacher was done with that, she pulled out a pad of paper and looked once more out into the class.’
  • 169) ‘Once she was done with that she went to her grand piano and started to play it.’
  • 170) ‘He felt like crying, then, though he had promised himself that he was done with that.’
  • 171) ‘He said his client admitted he had done wrong and would behave differently if he had his time again.’
  • 172) ‘He is used to doing as he pleases and takes notice of nobody.’
  • 173) ‘It's cold and wet out there so I think all are just as happy to be here and doing as we please.’
  • 174) ‘Instead of the client telling the architect what to do, he was increasingly doing as he pleased.’
  • 175) ‘Had he chosen to remain a private citizen he could have done as he pleased.’
  • 176) ‘They just go through life doing exactly as they please, expecting no retribution for their behaviour.’
  • 177) ‘Ever since Wapping they have bullied, done just as they pleased and ignored the union.’
  • 178) ‘He has done well to distance himself from the talk but this brawl will surely add more fuel to the fire.’
  • 179) ‘He did well to finish on the predominantly flat fast course to finish in the top 70.’
  • 180) ‘After seeing the injury, Brewster insisted that the police were called and accepted he had done wrong.’
  • 181) ‘Assessment of burn area tends to be done badly, even by those who are expert at it.’
  • 182) ‘It will obviously all hinge on how well we are doing as the game progresses.’
  • 183) ‘I convinced myself I'd done incredibly badly, snapped at everyone in sight and was no fun at all.’
  • 184) ‘He has just been doing his A levels and he thinks he has done really badly.’
  • 185) ‘I got a couple more on my retakes, and to be honest it never really bothered me that I'd done so badly.’
  • 186) ‘It happens irrespective of how well or badly the economy is doing.’
  • 187) ‘I couldn't tell how well or badly I was doing since it was like taking part in a game without knowing the rules.’
  • 188) ‘This is not a dramatic slashing of jobs because the company is doing badly.’
  • 189) ‘We needed to win in the one-day series after doing badly in the Tests.’
  • 190) ‘I work on the basis that, if you are right eight or nine times out of ten, you are not doing too badly.’
  • 191) ‘But one trend is clear: smaller retailers are suffering while the big boys are doing fine.’
  • 192) ‘A representative checks every three or four days to make sure the work is being done properly.’
  • 193) ‘If she asks any of you how you think we've done, please give us a glowing report and a gold star.’
  • 194) ‘Chairman of Hampshire Police Federation Keith Ward said he was pleased that Hampshire was doing well.’
  • 195) ‘My husband, Charlie, is chuffed about it and he is pleased that I am doing well.’
  • 196) ‘I have to make the most of this good spell of form, and am pleased that we are doing well in Europe.’
  • 197) ‘In that case we've done pretty well, finishing in mid-table in a very competitive top flight.’
  • 198) ‘He's done tremendously well in the last two games and you can't get any harder than the opposition he's faced.’
  • 199) ‘Even if one were free of need and doing well in all other respects, one would still view life as not worth living without friends.’
  • 200) ‘None of those things is conducive to doing well out on the tennis court.’
  • 201) ‘This time I was sure I had done well and was pleased with my performance but I lost.’
  • 202) ‘However in those days we didn't think we might be doing ourselves serious harm.’
  • 203) ‘It will do you good to have some fresh air.’
  • 204) ‘They'll do themselves harm one way or another.’
  • 205) ‘He could fall and really do himself damage.’
  • 206) ‘This report has done me untold damage.’
  • 207) ‘The others have petered off and seeing us climb a few places does everyone the world of good.’
  • 208) ‘The rapid expansion in 90-92, combined with the recession, did a lot of harm financially, and the company finally went bankrupt.’
  • 209) ‘There's a lot of things that have to be put right because the recession did a lot of damage.’
  • 210) ‘This storm obviously did quite a bit of damage to area homes, businesses and vehicles.’
  • 211) ‘The original radio series gave many well know comedians their first chance at performing to the public so it did some good.’
  • 212) ‘It's not what I would have hoped for, but it'll have to do.’
  • 213) ‘‘This sweater will do me fine,’ I answered, and I shut the door behind me’
  • 214) ‘I'm looking for someone to blame my feelings on and you'll do.’
  • 215) ‘About this time I realized I was still in a long dress and striped shirt, which won't do for the party.’
  • 216) ‘A rocky ledge, we decide, will do fine as a lunch spot.’
  • 217) ‘Any piece of paper slipped between two pages would do as a bookmark, but origami bookmarks are stylish and will distinguish you apart from the rest.’
  • 218) ‘do you think he did kill himself or was he done in by someone else?’
  • 219) ‘I'll do him with an iron bar.’
  • 220) ‘I'll do you one of these nights!’
  • 221) ‘I do my warm-up set, then add a little bit more weight and I'm completely done after about 4 reps.’
  • 222) ‘He did not enter the majors until he was 28 and he was done by the time he was 37.’
  • 223) ‘My body said, ‘Okay, you're done,’ and I just fell apart.’
  • 224) ‘I don't know who, or what organisation, if any, did the bank.’
  • 225) ‘Oh - and if you ever bought this spam filter to get rid of the nasties on your computer, you were apparently done.’
  • 226) ‘How could some of Australia's biggest and shrewdest media outlets get done so badly.’
  • 227) ‘It was only after travelling to Amsterdam and meeting the fraudsters that she became suspicious and contacted police, who told her: ‘Sorry, but you've been done.’’
  • 228) ‘The more I think about it, the more I think I've been done.’
  • 229) ‘Today, we're finding out what life is like for a sportsperson after getting done for drugs.’
  • 230) ‘All this fun resulted in donovan becoming the first pop star to be done for marijuana possession.’
  • 231) ‘I knew I had been done - the blinding flash of the fixed speed camera in Higher Wheelton gave it away.’
  • 232) ‘I am sure I wasn't alone in being appalled by the performance of the rally drivers done for speeding this week.’
  • 233) ‘I've been done for drink-driving before.’
  • 234) ‘Mum got back from holiday and said the house was so clean it didn't feel lived in.’
  • 235) ‘This man noted in his diary that he did not usually lose his temper with servants.’
  • 236) ‘The pain is usually felt on both sides may come on suddenly or gradually, and does not usually occur every day.’
  • 237) ‘Three or four students have to share a textbook as the government does not provide enough books.’
  • 238) ‘So does the company have what it takes to expand this market share, and can it afford it?’
  • 239) ‘When they began to cook, did the first human beings incinerate or cremate themselves?’
  • 240) ‘What does Shakespeare create in the play which makes it so timely for our present?’
  • 241) ‘I tried once before to recommend this to you, but did you get yourself a copy?’
  • 242) ‘Were you told about the press release before it happened, or did you discover it after it had been sent out?’
  • 243) ‘Tests today revealed that the teenager did not die of drug abuse.’
  • 244) ‘This Government, frightened of being seen as soft on the drugs trade, does not know what to do.’
  • 245) ‘Has anyone tried this sort of thing and if so, what kind of results did you achieve?’
  • 246) ‘We thought we saw parakeets on a tree in the distance, but we didn't investigate this time.’
  • 247) ‘Unlike other Irish travel firms the company does not offer bookings direct from its website.’
  • 248) ‘The usual speed limits apply, but I did not see one speed camera in all of the miles I covered.’
  • 249) ‘Despite being the most dangerous road in the country, the A537 does not have a speed camera on it.’
  • 250) ‘That evening a dance was held which did not finish until the early hours of the morning.’
  • 251) ‘If players did not argue with the referee so much the amount of yellow and red cards would be cut drastically!’
  • 252) ‘But he does not accept that his decision will imperil the organisation's survival.’
  • 253) ‘He does not accept that industrialised farming is to blame for the foot-and-mouth outbreak.’
  • 254) ‘You do like champagne, don't you, Charles?’
  • 255) ‘You do understand, don't you?’
  • 256) ‘I look all right, don't I?’
  • 257) ‘She does go on, doesn't she?’
  • 258) ‘He did some outrageous things, didn't he?’
  • 259) ‘‘don't say that,’ I spat, ‘What do you know of it? Nothing!’’
  • 260) ‘don't forget you have to earn money before you can spend it.’
  • 261) ‘You two kids have fun, and don't stay out too late.’
  • 262) ‘Yes, it does seem impossible that my cat could sleep more than he already does, but it is true.’
  • 263) ‘Looks like he's going to be spending even more time on the bench than he does already.’
  • 264) ‘This is going to affect myself and other residents even more than it does already.’
  • 265) ‘Comments like this makes your child feel even worse than she does already for failing at something.’
  • 266) ‘But I concede that a minority of young people behave worse than they did in my own youth.’
  • 267) ‘It actually costs more to manage a team of volunteers than it does to manage a team of paid staff.’
  • 268) ‘How can we expect change if the law says hitting children is acceptable, which it does now?’
  • 269) ‘I accept, as Cleanthes did, that the argument does not by itself lead to that conclusion.’
  • 270) ‘Graham Lee's mount has been in good form lately and looks more at home over hurdles than he did over fences.’
  • 271) ‘Liz doesn't seem to have a blog, but Crystal Evans does, and of course so does the Homeless Guy.’
  • 272) ‘He has briefed me fully on the background which led him to make the statement he did.’
  • 273) ‘While many of our own have forgotten the importance of honouring our country, she did not.’
  • 274) ‘Those who did not sign it were beaten until they did or officers simply forged their signature.’
  • 275) ‘Nothing like this could ever happen and yet it does and you will not forget.’
  • 276) ‘I didn't get up until late today but I feel more tired now than I did when I went to bed last night.’
  • 277) ‘She said it was typical of her husband to act as he did when he swam out to reach the boys.’
  • 278) ‘On this occasion, the Warsaw native's quotes offered no clue to exactly why he chose to act the way he did.’
  • 279) ‘His conduct invited the police to draw the conclusions which they did and to act as they did.’
  • 280) ‘You're a much weaker person than you used to be, but you still act like you did when everyone looked up to you.’
  • 281) ‘Apparently you are not to expect a man to act how he did when you were simply dating.’
  • 282) ‘He did seem very tired in the bath though so I think we might need to work on his stamina.’
  • 283) ‘The film has a positive message because Bella does find friendship and love.’
  • 284) ‘In the final act, the film does deliver a few surprises, but by that point it's far too late.’
  • 285) ‘However the parents do live in a rather affluent area outside of San Diego.’
  • 286) ‘While not directly overlooked, the garden does look onto the side of another house.’
  • 287) ‘However, the controversy does raise important questions over the use of technology in sport.’
  • 288) ‘Which does rather raise the question of why the government didn't think of it two days ago.’
  • 289) ‘It does beg the question of why they should go to all that effort though.’
  • 290) ‘It's a chilling and bizarre image, but it does answer the questions better than any other theory.’
  • 291) ‘However, it does pose the age-old question of whether or not money can buy you happiness.’
  • 292) ‘In this case, the answers to the first two of these questions really does appear to be no.’
  • 293) ‘I think there is a lot of truth in that statement even if it does paint an unflattering portrait.’
  • 294) ‘That more or less answers that question, but it does open up another can of worms.’
  • 295) ‘But this still does beg a question as to what is in all this for the manufacturer.’
  • 296) ‘In that statement she does indeed make the statement which is attributed to her.’
  • 297) ‘If he does give evidence the question will depend on whether his evidence is believed.’
  • 298) ‘For one thing, many Democrats seem to have forgotten that they did win the election last time.’
  • 299) ‘Where the commandment does fall down is its lack of relevance to tenement life.’
  • 300) ‘Oh well, the tutor did mention she was interested in the reactions we would get.’
  • 301) ‘The Guardian does mention important and controversial issues, but only in passing.’
  • 302) ‘do sit down and make yourself comfortable.’
  • 303) ‘If you're in the Valley at that time, please do come to the event, it should be great.’
  • 304) ‘‘do tell me all about your visit,’ she continued.’
  • 305) ‘Rarely does a new Ring cycle begin with such confidence and lucidity, on stage and in the pit.’
  • 306) ‘He first searches to find where Josh is up to and only then does he begin to teach.’
  • 307) ‘Only at the turn of this year did he begin to secure headlines with his mouth shut.’
  • 308) ‘She doesn't ask me anything, nor does she refer to The Incident With The dolls.’
  • 309) ‘Not alone did he encourage others to get involved but he is now the club's secretary.’
  • 310) ‘Such social dos are more or less confined to the well to do and the upwardly mobile class of young professionals.’
  • 311) ‘She is a much sought after figure to grace social dos and functions even at the age of 80.’
  • 312) ‘We often have do's, birthday parties, anniversary's, and I'm nearly 96.’
  • 313) ‘They made careers out of being party girls, haunting the edges of posh dos and premieres.’
  • 314) ‘It was very seldom that he went out - only family functions or Christmas dos.’
  • 315) ‘But it hasn't all been boring work - I've had a couple of fun nights out at press dos: one at the Cinnamon Club - a fab Indian restaurant - to launch a new warming KY Jelly.’
  • 316) ‘Jeff's workplace were having one of those dos where everyone in the company drinks beer and socialises - a pretty good idea when they all work in small teams that don't meet face to face - and Lucy and me tagged along.’
  • 317) ‘Charity dinners and celebrity dos for a cause are a trend these days - what better way to raise a big sum for a noble cause?’
  • 318) ‘In our area we have social events, sing songs and get-togethers and dos.’
  • 319) ‘Hen and stag dos, birthdays and a lot of parties coming back again and again ensured that it was always swinging.’
  • 320) ‘Usually, however, fundraisers become society dos with the ‘need-to-be-seen’ factor eclipsing social causes.’
  • 321) ‘There's even a small selection of products for the hen and stag dos, including T-shirts featuring key words in diamanté on the front such as ‘Sexy bridesmaid’ and ‘Groom's mother’.’
  • 322) ‘Mr Burnham, 55, said: ‘I'm a keen go-karter and because of that I get invited to some charity dos.’’
  • 323) ‘We have done so many dos for the family in the pub and we did his wedding for him and now his funeral.’
  • 324) ‘He had been Santa for nephews and nieces at family dos, and I thought he was very good.’
  • 325) ‘‘The dinner he was invited to wasn't even one of our most important dos,’ the source said.’
  • 326) ‘She said: ‘We always used to feel like usurpers at those dos.’’
  • 327) ‘There was even an ongoing carnival and lots of gangs of women on hen dos, wearing rubbish outfits (and stupid deeley-bopper things on their heads), with even more rubbish shoes.’
  • 328) ‘I once sold a year's use of a Jaguar at one of these dos for more than the car was worth, simply because two blokes in the room were each determined to prove that they were considerably richer than the other.’
  • 329) ‘Whereas it used to be places like Newcastle, Edinburgh now attracts busloads of stag dos.’
  • 330) ‘I like your new do, Alex… very nice.’
  • 331) ‘The women's hair is slicked back into boyish dos.’
  • 332) ‘Local stylists offered bouffant 'dos in the shape of mushroom clouds.’
  • 333) ‘The short 'do' really suits you!’
  • 334) ‘My friends and I were all laughing and braiding each other's hair, twisting our strands into funky 'dos.’
  • 335) ‘Jill loves African-inspired dos, so she has fun with looks like cornrows and twists and threaded styles.’
  • 336) ‘These tongs are a great way to twist and bend your way to great new curly dos.’
  • 337) ‘Rather than giving in to the elements, weatherproof your tresses with gorgeous off-the-face dos, like the three low-maintenance styles we've highlighted this month.’
  • 338) ‘It would be funny if many visitors to their properties had dog do on their shoes.’
  • 339) ‘She laughed when she discovered dog doo could be subjected to DNA testing to help stop the flow of canine excrement landing on the condo complex's property.’
  • 340) ‘The company's in deep financial doo, so can be bought cheap.’
  • 341) ‘Appealingly illustrated by Yelchin, subjects range from flowers about to release their seeds to birds eating berries that will be dropped off in their doo.’
  • 342) ‘Good thing they learned how to run the ball the last couple of years, or they'd really be in some deep doo.’
  • 343) ‘Will somebody who puts the doo in a plastic bag, then ties it to a tree or leaves it on the side of a path, explain the logic behind that to me?’
  • 344) ‘Save the Bay—don't let Maryland drown in chicken doo!’
  • 345) ‘It is no wonder that the team is such a stinking pile of doo.’
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