fined vs find

fined find

Definitions

  • 1) subjected to punishment by a fine.
  • 2) Simple past tense and past participle of fine.

Definitions

  • 1) The act of finding.
  • 2) Something that is found, especially an unexpectedly valuable discovery.
  • 3) A discovery of something valuable; the thing found: as, a find in the gold-fields; finds of prehistoric tools. The use of find as a has become common only since its application in recent times to discoveries of archæological remains.
  • 4) To detect; catch: commonly with out. See to find out, below.
  • 5) To discover scent or game: said of dogs in the field.
  • 6) To support; maintain; provide for: followed by the direct object of the person (often reflexive), with in, formerly also with, before the thing provided: as, to receive ten dollars a week and find one's self.
  • 7) Seedef.10.
  • 8) To compose; set in order; arrange.
  • 9) To succeed in attaining; gain by effort: as, to find leisure for a visit; to find safety in flight.
  • 10) In law, to determine after judicial inquiry: as, the jury found him guilty; to find a verdict for the plaintiff.
  • 11) To reach home to; take the fancy of; appeal to the taste or liking of.
  • 12) To supply; provide; furnish: as, to find money or provisions for an expedition.
  • 13) To discover the use of, or the way to make or use; invent; devise.
  • 14) In law, to determine an issue after judicial inquiry; direct judgment on the merits or facts of a case: as, the jury finds for the plaintiff.
  • 15) See def. 10.
  • 16) To discover or ascertain by experience; learn from observation or sensation: as, the climate was found to be unpropitious; to find a friend in a supposed enemy.
  • 17) To come to or into by natural causes or by force of circumstances; arrive at; reach: as, water finds its level; the picture found its way to the auction-room.
  • 18) To discover by methodical means; ascertain or make out by systematic exploration, trial, or study: as, to find bottom by sounding; to find a bullet in a wound by probing; an effort to find the philosopher's stone; to find one's way in the dark; to find the answer to a problem.
  • 19) To discover by sight or feeling; come or light upon, either by seeking or unexpectedly; encounter or meet with for the first time.
  • 20) To come upon or discover by searching or making an effort.
  • 21) To furnish; supply.
  • 22) To perceive (oneself) to be in a specific place or condition.
  • 23) To come to a legal decision or verdict.
  • 24) To perceive to be, after experience or consideration.
  • 25) To decide on and make a declaration about.
  • 26) To recover (something lost).
  • 27) To discover or ascertain through observation, experience, or study.
  • 28) To bring (oneself) to an awareness of what one truly wishes to be and do in life.
  • 29) To experience or feel.
  • 30) To recover the use of; regain.
  • 31) To obtain or acquire by effort.
  • 32) To come upon, often by accident; meet with.
  • 33) To succeed in reaching; arrive at.
  • 34) (Law) To determine an issue of fact, and to declare such a determination to a court.
  • 35) To meet with, or light upon, accidentally; to gain the first sight or knowledge of, as of something new, or unknown; hence, to fall in with, as a person.
  • 36) To arrive at, as a conclusion; to determine as true; to establish
  • 37) To discover by study or experiment direct to an object or end.
  • 38) To learn by experience or trial; to perceive; to experience; to discover by the intellect or the feelings; to detect; to feel.
  • 39) to be; to fare; -- often used in speaking of health
  • 40) To attain to; to arrive at; to acquire.
  • 41) to blame; to censure.
  • 42) To come upon by seeking.
  • 43) To provide for; to supply; to furnish
  • 44) To gain, as the object of desire or effort.
  • 45) To discover by sounding.
  • 46) to detect (a thief); to discover (a secret) -- to solve or unriddle (a parable or enigma); to understand.

Examples

  • 1) This was the only winning play and a really fine one at that.
  • 2) Everything was fine and he was clearly happy enough with his bride to marry her.
  • 3) If they feel he has a case to answer then he will face another fine.
  • 4) The council website says all cash from fines will go on transport services.
  • 5) This one still delivers instant glow and smooths out fine lines.
  • 6) Those who refuse to pay the fine can end up going to prison.
  • 7) Britain must pay no fine for honouring our war dead.
  • 8) He was sentenced to two years on probation and given a $100,000 fine.
  • 9) My doctor says it's fine.
  • 10) I have fine, straight hair, so drying it take h no more than five minutes a day.
  • 11) That was a messy race but his previous form still gives him a fine chance.
  • 12) We got our money back in fine wine.
  • 13) The coaches assured him that he was fine and merely suffering after a series of hard stages.
  • 14) History is littered with examples of fine minds corrupted by their engagement with brute power.
  • 15) It was not one of her finest moments.
  • 16) This should push forward all the finer hairs around the hairline.
  • 17) Everything was fine until my girlfriend dropped a bombshell last week.
  • 18) Two thirds of deaths on rural roads happen during the day in fine weather.
  • 19) There is a fine line between definition and alienation.
  • 20) The criminally good comedy series comes to an end in fine style.
  • 21) Bolt set up a special fund from which to pay the fines he incurred for these misdemeanours.
  • 22) Larger forms make fine background with bright green summer foliage.
  • 23) Time enough to worry about the finer details when you are ready for a family.
  • 24) The usual petty fine is not enough.
  • 25) It was fun to watch so many fine players taken out of their comfort zone.
  • 26) Pubs caught out in this way face heavy fines or the threat of having their licence revoked.
  • 27) People who egg on offenders will also be hit with fines.
  • 28) You get a very fine layer over your food.
  • 29) Just once a month would be fine.
  • 30) The bank was also fined for failing properly to manage the way its traders took part in the gold fix.
  • 31) It is fine to say that you really like a piece but it is a bit out of your price range.
  • 32) Everything was going to be fine.
  • 33) He said: 'It was a fine spell of bowling.
  • 34) He had what she called a fined-down look, but concentrated effort of mind and body had given him a hint of distinction.
  • 35) If the employers had of been fined from the start this never would have happened.
  • 36) Forcing people to buy healthcare or be fined is not in the constitution.
  • 37) The bottle of the gall subtracts from thence all the superfluous choler; whence it is brought to another shop or work-house to be yet better purified and fined, that is, the heart, which by its agitation of diastolic and systolic motions so neatly subtilizeth and inflames it, that in the right side ventricle it is brought to perfection, and through the veins is sent to all the members.
  • 38) Rep Edwards stated that citizens will not be "fined" for choosing not to purchase health insurance.
  • 39) Then we'll get "fined" when we must choose between car insurance or healthcare!
  • 40) From 2015, manufacturers will be 'fined' for every car they produce that emits too much carbon dioxide.

Examples

  • 1) The internet has also helped to expose rogue builders and helped people to find good ones.
  • 2) There were also fears about finding available homes.
  • 3) You wander round a vast parking lot to find your car.
  • 4) Money tried to find out who is deemed deserving of a bouquet and who is not.
  • 5) The jealous husband denied plotting arson but was found guilty by a jury.
  • 6) In these organisations you will discover diverse teams finding solutions to complex problems.
  • 7) The biggest thing was finding a way to win.
  • 8) But when a face from her past reappears she finds herself in real trouble and drifting from her loved ones.
  • 9) These can be found in fruits, dark leafy green vegetables and seafood.
  • 10) A Reading crown court jury found him guilty of attempted murder.
  • 11) Poland is an especially good place to find antiques.
  • 12) The next task is to find another significant discovery from its greenfield assets.
  • 13) What is not at issue is finding something else to take the place of the human subject.
  • 14) Those who could not pay back the money were to find creative ways to serve others.
  • 15) The people of the new century found pragmatism a heady wine.
  • 16) You can also find full park listings online.
  • 17) When looking for a passive fund find one with a low tracking error.
  • 18) You will find the right person when the time is right.
  • 19) Researchers found fruit and veg rich in antioxidants such as spinach boost the body against the disease.
  • 20) Police could have a difficult time finding anything.
  • 21) There was also the thrill of finding one new vista and discovery after another.
  • 22) They think they know better than the texts and they will find things.
  • 23) She sees her studies as far more important than a means to find a job.
  • 24) He was publicly accused but then in open court was found not guilty by his peers.
  • 25) The constant sense of discovery as you find new areas is unbeatable.
  • 26) Use the internet to find instructions for something warm and fragrant that you can heat up.
  • 27) There, you will also find full terms and conditions.
  • 28) If we did a head count in the Commons we would find the real dodgers.
  • 29) PetrusTherefore, within probably 4-6 months after stepping on the major sites, Vivendi would find itself faced with an operation that it wouldn't be able to *find*, much less shut down.
  • 30) Therefore, within probably 4-6 months after stepping on the major sites, Vivendi would find itself faced with an operation that it wouldn't be able to *find*, much less shut down.
  • 31) If you use the MasterPage, the best way to find the client behavior is using the BehaviorID as the $find method's parameter:
  • 32) The $find ( "behaviorid") is to find the SliderShow's client behavior, if you debug the script, you will find there are many useful UIs and client functions to operate it.
  • 33) SendMessage, EM_SCROLLCARET: = 0xB7, 0, 0, Edit2, ahk_id % ControlID% offset: = pos + addToPos + Strlen (find) lastfind = % find% hits++
  • 34) Under ´Utilities´ you will find quotations, resequencing exercises and ´find the missing word´ passages.
  • 35) If you've created the component you're able to use $find function to find it.
  • 36) If you find her— "He reined around to the open, where he had his choice of Reidi's attendants, and called back:" —find me at their headquarters! "
  • 37) JAVASCRIPT to find panel function ExpandPanel () {alert ($find ( "cpUserAcess"));
  • 38) I find a Javascript source to do that: var index = $find ( 'TabContainer1'). get_activeTabIndex (); if (index = = 0) {
  • 39) ‘The chances of finding the Thai Millennium coins in your change are very small.’
  • 40) ‘How would you rate the chances of finding something good to eat at 6pm on a Sunday in a small village?’
  • 41) ‘Detectives said that the body had been found in plastic bags which had been wrapped in a quilt cover.’
  • 42) ‘Such structures are dotted all over the island and can be found in the most unexpected locations.’
  • 43) ‘As I walked into the room I looked around to find Mark watching me intently.’
  • 44) ‘Vanessa returned home to find Cilla watching television in the living room.’
  • 45) ‘Just over an hour later a Garda knocked on their trailer door to tell them a man's body had been found nearby.’
  • 46) ‘The bodies, which were found on Sunday, had been placed in bin bags in an alley.’
  • 47) ‘We had to go up four levels to get to the bikes and arrived to find the others waiting.’
  • 48) ‘Sonia raised the alarm on Monday when she arrived for work and found no one there.’
  • 49) ‘I arrived to find the First Minister on his knees shredding box upon box of documents.’
  • 50) ‘Steve Beard told the court he arrived home to find Markham and Mr Lovelock asleep.’
  • 51) ‘She alerted police, but when they arrived they found his blue Toyota Seleca empty and bloodstained.’
  • 52) ‘She opened her door to get a glass of water and found Wes standing in the hall still.’
  • 53) ‘The fire was contained in the living room where the man was found dead by police.’
  • 54) ‘A chief pilot today paid tribute to a colleague found dead at his home.’
  • 55) ‘A Spanish cannon found off the coast of Sligo has been unveiled in the National Museum of Ireland in Dublin.’
  • 56) ‘When the search party returned they found Brush in the kitchen raiding the fridge.’
  • 57) ‘We land to find that Nathan and Nat are already up the mountain on another flight.’
  • 58) ‘I'm fed up with constantly finding you in the hallway sifting through the letters.’
  • 59) ‘They said it was a drug search, but they found nothing and damaged everything.’
  • 60) ‘Each answer can be found by searching on the Web, or digging deep in your mind.’
  • 61) ‘Adams immediately telephoned the police but when officers searched the area they found nothing.’
  • 62) ‘With his accomplices he then moved on to Jean and Adrian's bedroom where he found the safe and its key.’
  • 63) ‘She figured that the next best thing for her to do would be to find a phone and call Alexia.’
  • 64) ‘A €150 reward is available for the person who finds him.’
  • 65) ‘She is offering a reward to the person who finds him.’
  • 66) ‘A domain name is your internet dot com address, it's how people find you on the web.’
  • 67) ‘When you arrive at your destination find a cool shady place and keep the cool box there.’
  • 68) ‘We are in the process of finding a new FBI director.’
  • 69) ‘Finally I pieced it all together in my mind and went about the process of finding everything I needed.’
  • 70) ‘The couple still send their daughter text messages in the hope of receiving a reply, but police have now warned there is little chance of finding her alive.’
  • 71) ‘More bodies may yet be found, in what ranks as the UK's most serious accident at work in many years.’
  • 72) ‘As the hunt for Smith extends into a second year what are the chances he will be found?’
  • 73) ‘If he could land, he'd stand a better chance of being found in the jet than lying in the desert.’
  • 74) ‘We could always find something to watch, even if it was just old repeats of Changing Rooms or Time Team.’
  • 75) ‘She turned the T.V. on and started flicking through channels, not finding anything good to watch.’
  • 76) ‘With this many choices, nobody should ever have a problem finding something to watch!’
  • 77) ‘Wolf strained his eyes a little but finally found who John was pointing at.’
  • 78) ‘Apparently this is even better, as it means they'll easily find somewhere to park.’
  • 79) ‘Mum Julie says that if her daughter had known where to go for advice she might not have found herself in this situation.’
  • 80) ‘I find myself very much in agreement with the underlying principles of the bill.’
  • 81) ‘At age 14, she found herself a national and international heroine, and graced the covers of Sports Illustrated and Newsweek Magazine.’
  • 82) ‘In 1999, he found himself at the heart of Government when he was invited to cater for an Anglo-Italian summit.’
  • 83) ‘She suddenly found herself alone on Friday nights watching sappy movies and crying her eyes out.’
  • 84) ‘A series of jobs followed, until, inexorably, he found himself back where he started, behind the counter at a Chinese takeaway.’
  • 85) ‘Mum perches on the edge of Thomas's bed and laughs at the outrageous situation we've found ourselves in.’
  • 86) ‘Although she was lucky not to have been separated from her son, Noreen was shocked by the situation they found themselves in.’
  • 87) ‘Over the past few months, I've found myself in some tricky situations because of email.’
  • 88) ‘They misread the situation and found themselves, along with others who did so, excommunicated by the rest of the world.’
  • 89) ‘Of course, there is much anger and confusion, suspicion and mistrust among fans as to why the club has found itself in this do-or-die situation.’
  • 90) ‘He tells them often about the privileged situation they have found themselves in.’
  • 91) ‘Mr Parkin said another problem was that officers now found themselves in more aggressive situations.’
  • 92) ‘How do you think that you would act if you found yourself in a situation where your wife/husband was having an affair repeatedly?’
  • 93) ‘In this situation, parody finds itself without a vocation; it has lived, and that strange new thing pastiche comes to take its place.’
  • 94) ‘He did however win some support in his retort to one opponent ‘when you've found yourself in the same situation as me, then we can argue over this’.’
  • 95) ‘That is a situation Chorley have found themselves in many times over the last couple of years.’
  • 96) ‘Mr Whaley, however, insisted he had just done what anyone else would have if they had found themselves in that situation.’
  • 97) ‘Have you ever found yourself in a situation that embarrassed you and it was not by any means your fault?’
  • 98) ‘If they didn't buy all those fancy things, they wouldn't find themselves on the verge of bankruptcy.’
  • 99) ‘The second quarter drew a total blank on the scoreboard as neither side succeeded in finding the range against tight marking defenders.’
  • 100) ‘One way for young writers to succeed is to find new angles and ways to treat the same theme.’
  • 101) ‘Those who do not expect to succeed can always find an excuse to cover their faults.’
  • 102) ‘Football has given the world's poor a chance to succeed and find a place in the sun.’
  • 103) ‘We have tried, in fact, to find a diplomatic way out that would achieve the same objectives without going to war.’
  • 104) ‘It was definitely a challenge to find enough time to train, race, and work on my thesis.’
  • 105) ‘Outside work, Maxine also finds the time to help run a business club and enjoys aerobics and swimming.’
  • 106) ‘They still haven't found enough money to pay the people who worked for them full-time.’
  • 107) ‘People often find their inspiration from utterly mundane things.’
  • 108) ‘While work keeps her busy, she nevertheless finds time to surf the net.’
  • 109) ‘She also finds time to record a documentary about the people within her town.’
  • 110) ‘Despite her increasingly demanding schedule, Samantha insisted she still finds time for herself.’
  • 111) ‘Some CEOs seek counseling; others find solace in those closer to the office.’
  • 112) ‘Some find solace in campaigning and others want nothing to do with it.’
  • 113) ‘They could both find temporary solace, but they'd feel awkward and distant afterwards.’
  • 114) ‘For whatever reason, I still did not find comfort in his arms.’
  • 115) ‘"We want people to ultimately find comfort in the songs, " says Gustafson.’
  • 116) ‘If he did decide to emigrate, would he actually find happiness elsewhere?’
  • 117) ‘Dolly comes to the countryside to regain her stability and find happiness with her kids.’
  • 118) ‘He ran over to her and told her first thing to hide and find shelter.’
  • 119) ‘When eventually the necessary courage can be found, the car's ready to respond.’
  • 120) ‘He finds just enough courage to annoy Billy Jack and get his throat crushed in an awesome display of Billy Jack's prowess in the martial arts.’
  • 121) ‘Becoming motivated to overcome the fears of change allows you to find the courage to succeed.’
  • 122) ‘Amid her grief she found the strength to organise a support group for the bereaved partners.’
  • 123) ‘It's hard to find the will to carry on sometimes.’
  • 124) ‘This means that when some hounds are dragging or have found, the rest either never get to them or run in straggled batches.’
  • 125) ‘Hounds moved off to draw Pinner Wood, where they found and went away across Hallows Farm, down Mapley and ran swiftly to Lannersmead, where he went to ground.’
  • 126) ‘Hounds soon found at Red Deer Plantation.’
  • 127) ‘Also, the high placebo response rate made finding a statistical difference almost impossible.’
  • 128) ‘However, geochronological evidence for such processes has not been found yet.’
  • 129) ‘This bird can be found all across Canada.’
  • 130) ‘Different conductors will always find different qualities in the music of any composer.’
  • 131) ‘For their first few million years or so, whales could only be found off the coast of Pakistan.’
  • 132) ‘He's developed an unexpected habit of scoring goals and that is a priceless quality to be found in a midfielder.’
  • 133) ‘When Horn performs factor analysis on a battery of tests that cover a wide range of mental abilities, he finds not one factor but as many as 10.’
  • 134) ‘Folic acid is found in leafy greens, organ meats, oranges, legumes, and whole grains.’
  • 135) ‘There are over one hundred bird species found here which are not present in the nearby Serengeti.’
  • 136) ‘Such pollutants may often be found at higher levels indoors.’
  • 137) ‘It was a great surprise to buy a copy by chance and find the Evening Press is now lively and informative.’
  • 138) ‘When James I succeeded Elizabeth, he found his new kingdom at war with Spain in support of the Dutch.’
  • 139) ‘Well, we find also that air quality has an impact on the size of the raindrops.’
  • 140) ‘And people often find these jobs have no less pressure than the City, so what's the point?’
  • 141) ‘She found to her dismay that no native Indian fish had been mentioned in any of them.’
  • 142) ‘As Dickie found to his dismay, the internet has changed all that.’
  • 143) ‘When she did return at last, she found to her dismay, that they had moved away.’
  • 144) ‘You will likely find that different user constituencies have very different needs and goals.’
  • 145) ‘So it is unexpected to find her new novel set in Victorian times and concerned with a music-hall act.’
  • 146) ‘He's also found that the people he's met here remind him greatly of those he knew back home.’
  • 147) ‘All of them, he finds, had an ability to create or adopt new technology faster and better than their peers.’
  • 148) ‘Upon waking, I found that I had kicked all the blankets off and was covered in sweat.’
  • 149) ‘Overall, visitors to Atlanta will find it to be a pleasant and exciting travel destination.’
  • 150) ‘In addition, oestrogen has been found to improve quality of life in the short term.’
  • 151) ‘The researchers found a solution that is not seen every day.’
  • 152) ‘Researchers found a simple solution that can double the shelf life of proteas and can especially benefit the export market.’
  • 153) ‘A small study found this herb helpful in easing menopausal symptoms, including sexual difficulties.’
  • 154) ‘Recent studies found that acidic solutions could increase the flow throughout the stems after 40 min of flushing.’
  • 155) ‘The survey also finds a high correlation between overcrowding and incidents of fighting between students.’
  • 156) ‘ESA's Huygens probe, arriving at Titan in 2005, will help find answers.’
  • 157) ‘My own study of Van Diemen's Land finds that this objective was largely realised.’
  • 158) ‘Now researchers are finding that the land of Nod may be especially difficult to reach for women.’
  • 159) ‘Drinking adequate amounts of water has been found to have various benefits.’
  • 160) ‘People find it very amusing to make fun of his stupidity.’
  • 161) ‘I still couldn't come to grips with him being so different, but I found his differences interesting.’
  • 162) ‘Within hours of joining, she found the job easy and decided to attend work daily.’
  • 163) ‘Ms Reed is hoping that once she has graduated she will be able to find a job as interesting.’
  • 164) ‘Also, researchers find this tool easy to use and effective in gaining quick rapport with local people.’
  • 165) ‘Doctors and scientists find it almost impossible to write consent forms for research that most patients can understand.’
  • 166) ‘Yes, this is a completely useless story, but I found it amusing.’
  • 167) ‘Days slipped by, and Rusty found it easier to wake up each day.’
  • 168) ‘I don't know what they find so amusing about that exactly.’
  • 169) ‘Dare I ask what it is you find most objectionable about this socialist paradise?’
  • 170) ‘They call me "creepy quiet guy", which I find amusing.’
  • 171) ‘Yet while watching it, I didn't find it as funny as expected.’
  • 172) ‘There was no particular aspect of the course she found appealing; she simply enrolled.’
  • 173) ‘Perhaps someday he will share with us what he finds appealing about the idea.’
  • 174) ‘Now don't you just find that fascinating?’
  • 175) ‘Many couples find it invaluable to have one or two people taking care of everything.’
  • 176) ‘Many couples find it hard to take the time to talk together properly.’
  • 177) ‘I think the University certainly has the right, and sometimes the moral obligation, to speak out against speech that it finds offensive.’
  • 178) ‘This section applies if a court finds an adult guilty of an indictable offence.’
  • 179) ‘He denied the rape when he appeared at Luton Crown Court but was found guilty and sentenced to seven years on Monday.’
  • 180) ‘The jury at Glasgow High Court found him not guilty of two other charges of abusing a third boy and a young girl.’
  • 181) ‘The Supreme Court found that there was a duty of care owed by all but one of the particular defendants.’
  • 182) ‘Thus a crown court which finds that the police have acted in contravention of the Convention as regards a defendant in a criminal trial has no power to award damages to the defendant.’
  • 183) ‘The Court finds the plaintiffs and their children were wrongfully evicted and they are entitled to whatever damages they suffered as a result.’
  • 184) ‘The tribunal found one of the three charges proved and ordered that Mr Baker be reprimanded.’
  • 185) ‘Accordingly, the court finds that the defendant owes the full amount to the plaintiff.’
  • 186) ‘Hayes denied knowingly importing drugs but a jury at Chelmsford Crown Court found him guilty.’
  • 187) ‘There is no way on the material that the court could find that the defendants were the cause of the loss of value.’
  • 188) ‘These features of American and English lyrics have also found their way into German rock.’
  • 189) ‘Like water it finds the broad and easy path, the lowest point.’
  • 190) ‘Like love, friendship finds its own natural level, I think.’
  • 191) ‘The water levels for the cisterns for each commodity will find a common level.’
  • 192) ‘In democracy, Christianity finds its most ‘natural’ social form.’
  • 193) ‘The problem isn't that the movie spends 90 minutes marinating in bad taste, but that so many of the desperate jabs at humor fail to find their mark.’
  • 194) ‘Thriving in hot dry climates, the aloe vera plant has found a natural habitat on Shay's farm.’
  • 195) ‘It's really no huge surprise that advertisements eventually found their way into video games.’
  • 196) ‘These technologies soon found their way into petroleum refineries and chemical plants.’
  • 197) ‘These specimens found their way into mine captains' collections or were sold to mineral collectors and dealers.’
  • 198) ‘Once again, images of Katie found their way into his head and no matter how hard he tried, he couldn't make them go away.’
  • 199) ‘Perhaps, too, the thesis came too early to compete against the certainties of the 1960s, and finds a more natural place today.’
  • 200) ‘The various species and cultivars have found their way into a dizzying array of utilizations.’
  • 201) ‘The nylon fibers have also found their way into the concrete industry.’
  • 202) ‘Though modern conveniences have found their way into the Inuit way of life, the story still seems relevant.’
  • 203) ‘Many Pagan elements have found their way into other religions' rituals.’
  • 204) ‘English words have found their way into most of the traditional languages spoken by Nigerian Americans.’
  • 205) ‘In recent years, many European sports have also found their way into Tajikistan.’
  • 206) ‘Despite this, some ritual European plants have already found their way into mainstream medicine.’
  • 207) ‘In Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand, Catholic education has found a natural place in various pluralist and multi-choice contexts.’
  • 208) ‘Me and Chris wandered aimlessly, found our way to Claire's house, went in while they were out, and ate their food.’
  • 209) ‘We wandered around downtown and found our way to the red-light district.’
  • 210) ‘So, taking the few things he could call his own, he found his way to a traveling circus that would have him.’
  • 211) ‘Other people gradually found their way to this venue.’
  • 212) ‘They eventually found their way to high ground with just what they were wearing.’
  • 213) ‘They somehow found their way to Sydney and sought out help from the city's Afghan / Iranian communities.’
  • 214) ‘Unusually, they had found their way to the north bank of the Humber, possibly through trade with the East Yorkshire Parisi tribe.’
  • 215) ‘Eventually, they found their way to Britain and lived as refugees.’
  • 216) ‘About an eighth of our audience had also found their way to the pub.’
  • 217) ‘We found our way to the room, went in and sat down.’
  • 218) ‘Yesterday as planned we hired a van, drove to Perth through the blizzards and found our way to McCash's Country Store.’
  • 219) ‘We were trying to run but we couldn't breathe or see, I don't know how I found my way to the hatch.’
  • 220) ‘And so Raquel and I parted company, she hopped on to a number 22 bus toward Harbor View and I found my way to the number 70 and 75 bus terminus.’
  • 221) ‘I found my way to Liam McFaul, the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection Of Birds) warden, by asking a string of his relatives how to get to his house.’
  • 222) ‘Most of them found their way into schools and abandoned houses in the town.’
  • 223) ‘Local kids were quickest, though, and had found their way into the cave and removed some pots.’
  • 224) ‘Joe's ears buzzed as if two angry bees found their way into them.’
  • 225) ‘Using this light, the two women found their way into the pyramid area.’
  • 226) ‘Soon, the trio had found their way into a dark conference room where Robert and Dan were standing at the far end of a long table.’
  • 227) ‘Turning her head she searched the room again, praying that Jabin or Mitsos had found their way into the inn.’
  • 228) ‘I'd love to contact this girl because she was really sweet and I hope this letter will find her.’
  • 229) ‘I hope this letter finds you exceptionally fine.’
  • 230) ‘I hope that this letter finds you in good spirits.’
  • 231) ‘I hope this letter finds you happy and in good health.’
  • 232) ‘If this letter finds you in time, he will be leaving the port on September 20, 1893, at eight in the evening.’
  • 233) ‘That's all I have to say and I hope this letter finds you in good health.’
  • 234) ‘I pray that this letter finds you in good health and I hope that your response comes back in time.’
  • 235) ‘I hope this letter finds you well and in good health, and the enclosed necklace will keep you from harm that isn't inevitable.’
  • 236) ‘Dear Husband, Hoping this letter finds you better than it leaves us.’
  • 237) ‘For the creationist, the new fossil find is no problem at all.’
  • 238) ‘Valuable finds can turn up in the most unlikely of places.’
  • 239) ‘Art expert Shirley Graham at Leeds City Art Gallery said the cache was a valuable find.’
  • 240) ‘But if you like rustic villages and unspoilt beaches, Corsica's a real find.’
  • 241) ‘Often in the history of evolutionary theory, early preliminary reports of new fossil finds are over-optimistic.’
  • 242) ‘finds from the Roman bath excavations are displayed in their original setting.’
  • 243) ‘Wiltshire's rich history has led to numerous interesting finds being unearthed in recent years.’
  • 244) ‘Display cases below include goods sold in the shops and finds from excavations in the area.’
  • 245) ‘The archaeological finds of pottery enable us to establish trade routes and transactions between various towns and regions.’
  • 246) ‘Like so many celebrated archaeological finds, the discovery of his bones was an accident, pure and simple.’
  • 247) ‘Club secretary Chris Fenn was called to the site, and agreed the finds were of major archaeological significance.’
  • 248) ‘Analysis has shown that the avenue was heavily trampled by prehistoric feet, and archaeologists have unearthed numerous finds along its edge.’
  • 249) ‘On display will be archaeological finds including coins and bottles as well as metal detecting trade stands.’
  • 250) ‘This is a wonderful white burgundy, and a real find.’
  • 251) ‘Monthly tastings offer the enthusiast a serious forum in which to learn more about the subject, while discovering interesting new finds.’
  • 252) ‘I'm hoping we might come across some interesting finds like coins but we haven't discovered anything like that yet.’
  • 253) ‘Lots of interesting finds in those boxes, some of which caused me to wonder, ‘Why the hell did I keep that?’’
  • 254) ‘Since taking up metal detecting as a hobby Clacton bus driver Terry Field has made a few interesting finds but nothing major.’
  • 255) ‘IT'S not the sort of place you might think of visiting, but what an interesting find.’
  • 256) ‘Ginny, an interior designer who has helped Carole furnish both of her homes, is always on the prowl for interesting finds.’
  • 257) ‘Musa Smith and Onterrio Smith intrigue more than a few teams and could end up being the real finds in this year's crop.’
  • 258) ‘But the real acting finds here are Jonathan Jackson and Katharine Isabelle.’
  • 259) ‘Rookie of the year Evgeni Nabokov, 26, was a real find.’
  • 260) ‘Jones sincerely believed that everything was worthy of being architecture: he was a rare find.’
  • 261) ‘Emile Hirsch is the protagonist (and quite a find, a teenager coming out of nowhere to dominate the movie).’
  • 262) ‘Anna was a surprising find as Sieglinde, an attractive woman with a fine soprano voice.’
  • 263) ‘He's truly a special find, but all of his advantages are cancelled out by his over-caring nature.’
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