ware vs wear vs where

ware wear where

Definitions

  • 1) Clothing, especially of a particular kind or for a particular use. Often used in combination.
  • 2) Damage resulting from use or age.
  • 3) The act of wearing or the state of being worn; use.
  • 4) The ability to withstand impairment from use or attrition.
  • 5) The act of wearing or using, or the state of being worn or used, as garments, ornaments, etc.; use: as, a garment not for every-day wear.
  • 6) An article or articles worn, or intended or fit to be worn; style of dress, adornment, or the like; hence, fashion; vogue.
  • 7) Stuff or material for articles of wear; material for garments, etc.
  • 8) Use; usage received in course of being worn or used; the impairment or diminution in bulk, value, efficiency, etc., which results from use, friction, time, or the like.
  • 9) Toefface;obliterate.
  • 10) To damage, diminish, erode, or consume by long or hard use, attrition, or exposure. Often used with away, down, or off.
  • 11) To fly or display (colors). Used of a ship, jockey, or knight.
  • 12) To display in one's appearance.
  • 13) Nautical To come about with stern to windward.
  • 14) To bear, carry, or maintain in a particular manner.
  • 15) To last under continual or hard use.
  • 16) To last through the passage of time.
  • 17) To pass gradually or tediously.
  • 18) To bring to a specified condition by long use or attrition.
  • 19) To break down or diminish through use or attrition.
  • 20) To carry or have on one's person as covering, adornment, or protection.
  • 21) Nautical To make (a sailing ship) come about with the wind aft.
  • 22) To carry or have habitually on one's person, especially as an aid.
  • 23) To produce by constant use, attrition, or exposure.
  • 24) To fatigue, weary, or exhaust.
  • 25) (wear thin) To be weakened or eroded gradually.
  • 26) (wear thin) To become less convincing, acceptable, or popular, as through repeated use.
  • 27) (pants/trousers) To exercise controlling authority in a household.

Definitions

  • 1) The place in which something happens.
  • 2) The place or occasion.
  • 3) Obs. or Colloq. Place; situation.
  • 4) Whereabout; situation; place.
  • 5) In what situation.
  • 6) At what place; to what place; what place.
  • 7) In what situation or position.
  • 8) At or in what place.
  • 9) To what situation; toward what end.
  • 10) From what place or source.
  • 11) To what or which place; hence, to what goal, result, or issue; whither; -- used interrogatively and relatively; as, where are you going?
  • 12) (Naut.) in what direction
  • 13) At or in which place; at the place in which; hence, in the case or instance in which; -- used relatively.
  • 14) At or in what place; hence, in what situation, position, or circumstances; -- used interrogatively.
  • 15) At or in which place or situation.
  • 16) Wherever.
  • 17) law In a position, case, etc., in which.
  • 18) While on the contrary; although; whereas.
  • 19) To which place or situation.
  • 20) At, to, or in any place in which; wherever.
  • 21) Usage Problem That.
  • 22) At, to, or in a situation in which.
  • 23) At, to, or in any situation in which; wherever.
  • 24) Whereas.
  • 25) The place in which.
  • 26) What place, source, or cause.
  • 27) The place or situation at, in, or to which.
  • 28) Usage Problem In which.
  • 29) At, to, or in a place in which.

Examples

  • 1) he bought glassware

Examples

  • 1) Does she get to wear a big white wedding dress?
  • 2) These are thick enough to wear well into autumn.
  • 3) Alpha women have long been wearing dresses to the office.
  • 4) One said we wore dressing gowns when taking a different path to the sheds.
  • 5) He wears far too much hairspray for my liking.
  • 6) The easiest way to wear it?
  • 7) They look really good with jeans, but you could wear them with something smarter.
  • 8) Remember when we all used to wear baggy, loose jeans and we thought that was really cool?
  • 9) But most important, by far, is the number of times consumers wear a garment before throwing it out.
  • 10) We had to wear normal clothes right the way through.
  • 11) Or just get him to wear them in the bedroom.
  • 12) You might as well just wear dental floss.
  • 13) Women take clothes they no longer wear and exchange them for what they like.
  • 14) What else does one wear with a slouchy pyjama trouser suit?
  • 15) The staging and scenery showed signs of much wear.
  • 16) It always feels great to wear something new.
  • 17) We love the way he wears that parka.
  • 18) In a leg that you wear all the time in your real life.
  • 19) Swimming attire should be worn only on beaches or at swimming pools.
  • 20) He wore casual team gear and an air of slight indifference.
  • 21) We need to make very sure that we are wearing clothes.
  • 22) She had two pairs and used to wear a red one with a green one.
  • 23) On normal days he wore a casual jacket with many pockets.
  • 24) You may as well wear sponges for shoes.
  • 25) wear them long and tuck your bottoms into them.
  • 26) So why on earth does he wear that one?
  • 27) The bond had suffered much wear and tear.
  • 28) At a party you will not be the only person wearing something false.
  • 29) Any style she wears sells five times better than others.
  • 30) There were things she refused to do, such as wearing anything involving buttons.
  • 31) Who gets to wear the trousers has always mattered, of course.
  • 32) Undoubtedly, the most modern way to wear warm red is with white.
  • 33) ‘boom’, ‘skipper’, ‘tafferel’, ‘to smuggle’; ‘to wear’, in the sense of veer, as when we say ‘_to wear_ a ship’; ‘skates’, too, and
  • 34) I do think that in resort cities like Cancun, beach-type wear is fine for those that can wear it well.
  • 35) As far as barrel wear is concerned if you are firing the same load in 2 rifles and getting faster velocity out of one than the other I really don't see how it can affect barrel life, the heat and pressure would be pretty much the same should it not?
  • 36) I have tons of fishing caps that have brought me luck over the years, I love fishing soft plastics for bass, so the one I currently wear is a ZOOM bait cap.
  • 37) Anyone who does not like what I wear is too bad; it's my choice.
  • 38) Obviously, the notion of ready-to-wear is not on the table.
  • 39) Editor's note: Ok, full disclosure, one of the other hats I wear is that of President/CEO of the Mars Institute.
  • 40) Will Palin wear her bondage jacket today she got from Steele?
  • 41) ‘He had no protective clothing and wore only overalls.’
  • 42) ‘Both robbers wore balaclavas, dark clothing and hooded jackets.’
  • 43) ‘The offenders were described only as wearing balaclavas and dark clothing.’
  • 44) ‘A specialist cleaning company had to send in people wearing protective clothing and breathing masks to clear what turned out to be six tonnes of waste.’
  • 45) ‘Bradburne, a no-nonsense lady wearing a headscarf to protect her head from the bitter north wind, shrugs her shoulders.’
  • 46) ‘The man was wearing a dark navy suit, which fitted his body like a glove.’
  • 47) ‘I don't think they should go to the parade wearing suits and smart clothing because it just won't seem right at all.’
  • 48) ‘Many of the victims wore multiple layers of clothing and carried small personal items like jewelry and medication.’
  • 49) ‘When meeting a man for the first time, wear an item of clothing that will make it easy and fun for him to spot you.’
  • 50) ‘Mr Laing and the rest of the crew wore several layers of protective clothing, which made moving around the boat difficult.’
  • 51) ‘Crews wearing breathing apparatus spent more than seven hours extinguishing the blaze and ensuring the property was safe.’
  • 52) ‘He was wearing a balaclava and dark clothing at the time of the incident.’
  • 53) ‘The men, wearing ski masks and dark clothing, were seen running off down Water Lane.’
  • 54) ‘He is wearing a dark indigo suit, elegant in its tailoring, a fine white shirt, and a richly colored tie.’
  • 55) ‘Out of the corner of my eye, however, I can see two dark-suited men wearing shades leaning against a wall staring at me intently.’
  • 56) ‘I do wear mini skirts sometimes but black ones not pink ones!’
  • 57) ‘She walked over to the other side of the room, wearing only her undergarments.’
  • 58) ‘She was a fine-looking woman in her thirties, wearing a smart black dress.’
  • 59) ‘She wore the black sequined dress to her 37th birthday party at the Tate Museum.’
  • 60) ‘She was wearing a silky black dress that stopped just above her knees.’
  • 61) ‘There was a girl standing in front of a mirror wearing a long black dress.’
  • 62) ‘To finish the outfit off, she decided to wear her black rimmed glasses rather than her contacts.’
  • 63) ‘Aymara men in the Altiplano region wear long cotton trousers and woolen caps with ear flaps.’
  • 64) ‘And what about the robes that priests wear? They too are long, flowing and can be used to conceal such things.’
  • 65) ‘Do you wear glasses or contact lenses?’
  • 66) ‘Over 90% of North American women wear a bra, many without ever asking why.’
  • 67) ‘By the time I reached the girl Ryan was presently dancing with, Mark wore a skeptical expression on his face.’
  • 68) ‘She looked at Dylan who was wearing a slight unfamiliar facial expression.’
  • 69) ‘His familiar face appeared on the front page of the Brighton Argus, wearing an expression of glowering discomfort.’
  • 70) ‘He's wearing a slightly dazed expression, but looks relaxed.’
  • 71) ‘All wore grave expressions, and the children appeared close to tears.’
  • 72) ‘She literally froze in mid-run, her face still wearing a fierce expression.’
  • 73) ‘Mr. Harken, on the other hand, still wore the same pleasant expression.’
  • 74) ‘However, his face wore an expression she knew all too well.’
  • 75) ‘Tyler, who wore a politely puzzled expression, sat very comfortably on the couch, with one leg resting on top of the other.’
  • 76) ‘When she spoke again, she was almost whispering, and she wore a particularly vulnerable expression.’
  • 77) ‘Usually he'd put a smile on his face during a meeting like this, but instead he wore a very dismal expression.’
  • 78) ‘She then turned her head to look at Josh, who wore a very confused expression.’
  • 79) ‘Alice, the head nurse, wore her usual grim expression and young Lily stood at the foot of the bed with wide, expectant eyes.’
  • 80) ‘Instead, you stand meekly, wearing your most hopeful expression, vainly attempting to read the seating plan upside down.’
  • 81) ‘Behind her stood Kip, hands on his hips and wearing an unusually serious expression.’
  • 82) ‘He wore the broadest of smiles as Donald was presented with the cup.’
  • 83) ‘He wears such an infectious smile all the time that one finds it difficult to associate him with a subject as grim as mental health.’
  • 84) ‘In fact, every classical musician had reasons to wear such a smile.’
  • 85) ‘One look at Sophia's face and the guilty expression she wore confirmed her suspicions.’
  • 86) ‘The stern expression he wore did little to calm her already stretched nerves.’
  • 87) ‘He was neither tall nor short with graying hair and wore a well-trimmed beard.’
  • 88) ‘His short, blonde hair is worn in a style that reminds you of a gush of water.’
  • 89) ‘Her honey-blond hair was worn in a shoulder-length bob and she had deep blue eyes.’
  • 90) ‘I had fine hair which was worn long until it was cut when I turned sixteen.’
  • 91) ‘She was in her sixties and wore her thinning gray hair pulled back in a loose bun with all but a few strands secured by bobby pins.’
  • 92) ‘He wore a well-trimmed gray beard and he kept his hair combed neatly.’
  • 93) ‘Her hair, which was worn up, was blonde with a tint of auburn.’
  • 94) ‘Milly, who had red hair which was always worn in a ponytail, and brown eyes, still had a child-like mentality.’
  • 95) ‘Ann then played with Kat's hair for few minutes until it was just perfect; Kat's hair would be worn down.’
  • 96) ‘When it came to how Sarah's hair should be worn, there was an even greater dispute.’
  • 97) ‘She wore her light brown hair up in two messy Chinese-style knots on top of her head and had secured them with shoelaces, one neon orange and one plaid.’
  • 98) ‘She wore her honey-colored hair in a ponytail, a baseball cap shielding her face from the afternoon sun.’
  • 99) ‘Amy wore her long brown hair down and a light shade of pink eyeliner.’
  • 100) ‘She wore her long blonde hair in a thick braid and her white dress swayed about her ankles as she walked to the other side of the porch.’
  • 101) ‘I remember that Jason wore his longish blonde hair combed over to one side.’
  • 102) ‘Katy always braided her hair and Ansley always wore hers in a ponytail.’
  • 103) ‘Her hard-set blue eyes were serious and cool, and she wore her reddish blonde hair in tight curls.’
  • 104) ‘Perhaps she was a businesswoman now, who normally wore her shoulder-length hair in a tight bun.’
  • 105) ‘On a daily basis, he wears his lightly graying hair in braids, but for ceremonies he takes great care preparing his hair and traditional costume.’
  • 106) ‘The girl, on the other hand, wears her glossy red hair long, tied back into a ponytail, and she had glittery black eyes.’
  • 107) ‘Kate stepped off the plane wearing a long skirt and a cute little blouse, wearing her long blonde hair in a ponytail.’
  • 108) ‘She was wearing her long raven hair down like always, with just a touch of make-up gracing her pale skin.’
  • 109) ‘As well as being the senior ensign of the King's ships, the red ensign was also worn by merchant ships.’
  • 110) ‘The Blue Ensign worn by Government vessels usually has the badge of the department in the fly.’
  • 111) ‘She still continues to wear the Blue Ensign until her hand-over to the Navy, scheduled for September, and her commissioning is due in October.’
  • 112) ‘The stone toe of Saint Jude, patron of impossible causes, was worn smooth by the desperate kisses of the faithful.’
  • 113) ‘Then he noticed that the rock had been worn smooth, as if lots of people before him had also sat on it.’
  • 114) ‘They rose through a spiraling passage, surrounded by cool stone that had been worn smooth over the many long years of the school's existence.’
  • 115) ‘The inscription plate was barely discernible, having been worn smooth by years of polishing, but a copy has now been placed on a card placed inside the lid.’
  • 116) ‘Anyone can make a set of runes by burning the symbols on bits of wood or painting them on stones worn smooth by water.’
  • 117) ‘Above a small clearing the stream cascaded down a series of massive stone steps to fall into a deep, broad pool lined with raw rock worn smooth by the water.’
  • 118) ‘Whatever paint the porch rail once had has been worn away by time exposing the beautiful, smooth graininess of the wood.’
  • 119) ‘The bluff's golden sandstone has been worn down by water and wind into stunning sculptures and patterns.’
  • 120) ‘I held out my hand and she passed something to me: a piece of glass, worn smooth by the water.’
  • 121) ‘Their great old houses overflow with rough medieval furniture, threadbare tapestries and religious relics worn smooth by the touch of generations.’
  • 122) ‘Rough concrete wears the tires down more quickly.’
  • 123) ‘The rest of the shoreline was rock, worn smooth from the constant action of the waves.’
  • 124) ‘Years of natural erosion have worn away the church's stonework.’
  • 125) ‘If the cartilage is damaged by injury or worn away by arthritis for example, the ends of the bones can rub together, causing pain and restricting movement.’
  • 126) ‘A hip replacement replaces a hip joint that has been damaged or worn away, usually by arthritis or injury.’
  • 127) ‘Over time, however, the ocean - and heavy-footed climbers - steadily wore away the surrounding cliffs.’
  • 128) ‘Continually running an older car not designed to use unleaded petrol will eventually cause the coating to wear away, causing damage to the valves and cylinder heads.’
  • 129) ‘The road surface has worn away.’
  • 130) ‘The top layer of our concrete patio has worn away.’
  • 131) ‘Parking restrictions in parts of Oxford are no longer being enforced because road markings have worn away.’
  • 132) ‘When you say that your daughter's teeth have worn down, that implies that she might be grinding her teeth, probably at night.’
  • 133) ‘The good news is that we can rebuild old loops and links on your jewelry that have worn thin and make them like new again!’
  • 134) ‘Over the years, the tip of the exposed pole came into contact with the underground cable and the fence became electrified when insulation covering the cable wore away, he said.’
  • 135) ‘The road surface had worn smooth and in places there were sunken tyres tracks that caused vehicles to shudder when they pass over them.’
  • 136) ‘Explaining why a formal dress-code hinders your ability to do your job should be easy enough if you're worn a hole through the knee on a pair of pants.’
  • 137) ‘What is also happening as a result is that a path is being worn across the grass, which does nothing to enhance the look of the area.’
  • 138) ‘It turned out that the float had been vibrating against the body of the carburettor and had worn a little hole through it.’
  • 139) ‘Today we see him sporting a Monty Python and the Holy Grail T-shirt with a pair of baggy jeans with holes worn in the knees.’
  • 140) ‘Well, it's nice compared to T-shirts and dirt-stained jeans with holes worn into the knees.’
  • 141) ‘Sure enough, the big toe sticking out of the hole she had worn in her soft leather shoes was swollen.’
  • 142) ‘Then there are the holes he wore in his jackets after putting them on for thirty years, or the mismatched patches she would use to sew them up.’
  • 143) ‘Time and travelling feet have worn grooves into hillsides as much as 3m deep.’
  • 144) ‘Deep grooves and channels have been worn into the 600-year-old stone down the centuries.’
  • 145) ‘Bryony jogged along the narrow path worn into the floor of the forest.’
  • 146) ‘We followed a path worn into the grass, past what looked like a cornfield in its most premature state.’
  • 147) ‘Whether you're planning to do the work yourself or get someone in, remember that gravel requires a firm, consolidated base to look good and wear well.’
  • 148) ‘There's a no-nonsense look about the dashboard area - the car is clearly designed here to wear well and not date.’
  • 149) ‘These cars perform well; the slightly dowdy interiors wear well and the seat mechanisms have proved robust.’
  • 150) ‘This carpet is less formal-looking but will wear well.’
  • 151) ‘I found the rugs didn't wear well either, but I love the colours, so I'm considering taking mine off the floor and hanging them too.’
  • 152) ‘Such testosterone-laden yarns do not wear well a millennium on.’
  • 153) ‘Our academics have won prizes for their work on Maori but it is my guess that much of their work won't wear well over time.’
  • 154) ‘A bespoke suit will wear well and hold its cut for years.’
  • 155) ‘In addition to containing environmentally friendly raw materials, sustainable products typically wear well.’
  • 156) ‘So quite why the front tyres have worn badly on the inside edge I'm not sure.’
  • 157) ‘A ring that is plated with platinum but is actually sterling silver is probably not a good choice not because it might wear badly but because it is really only valued based on the underlying metal, which is silver.’
  • 158) ‘Gears without lubrication wear badly.’
  • 159) ‘When it comes to paying too much money for an event the Government just won't wear it.’
  • 160) ‘For a start you'd have the fossil fuel interests opposing nuclear power generation, but more importantly the Australian public just wouldn't wear it I think.’
  • 161) ‘To replace bills with coins would save the Treasury at least $500m (£263m) a year. Yet Americans just won't wear it.’
  • 162) ‘The two brands provide a series of swimwear, gym wear, underwear and accessories which are young, sporty and sexy.’
  • 163) ‘The programme began shortly after 8pm and featured the delegates in traditional East Indian wear and evening gowns.’
  • 164) ‘Today, these outfits serve as stage costumes rather than street wear.’
  • 165) ‘There is a big price range for maternity wear, so you should be able to find lots of stuff you can afford.’
  • 166) ‘It is a vast style improvement on beach wear and ghastly ski wear.’
  • 167) ‘People hurried back and forth, wrapped in cloaks or swirling capes behind them, in peasant wear or merchant finery.’
  • 168) ‘The event will feature 50 stalls selling everything from stylish hats and designer wear to the latest kitchen implements.’
  • 169) ‘To say that business wear has changed in the past couple of years is an understatement.’
  • 170) ‘It offers 5,000 sq ft of quality footwear, from outdoor to special occasion wear and top brands like Ecco, Van Dal, and Clarks.’
  • 171) ‘For those who like to shop, Hawkshead offers outdoor wear, plenty of gift shops and some very nice pubs and cafes.’
  • 172) ‘Patagonia has turned organic cotton and fleece made of recycled plastic into high-end outdoor wear.’
  • 173) ‘And I think it's great that she is designing supercute, trendy maternity wear for your stores.’
  • 174) ‘Household and electrical goods and fashion wear have been the best-selling items, he said.’
  • 175) ‘Casual wear is permitted after hours, as long as it follows the school dress code.’
  • 176) ‘His smooth chat-up technique is hampered by an appalling taste in casual wear.’
  • 177) ‘There are a lot of vibrant colours in the traditional wear.’
  • 178) ‘The site also features the firm's specialised fabrics such as blazer cloths along with corporate wear and men's and women's wear for the retail market.’
  • 179) ‘This colourful handmade woollen wear come in green, red, ivory and black.’
  • 180) ‘The shop not only sells a large selection of bridal wear, but also has bridal packages, beauty treatments and a range of other services all under one roof.’
  • 181) ‘Purchase bicycle clothing made of reflective fabrics or add reflective tape to all of your rainy-weather wear.’
  • 182) ‘She had left her hotel earlier that morning to complete a wardrobe of gowns suitable for wear in England.’
  • 183) ‘It's a well made children's line and is cut on the big size for plenty of wear.’
  • 184) ‘The gray physical-fitness uniform is no longer authorized for wear for physical training.’
  • 185) ‘He was also slightly more Catholic than the Pope, and a black soutane with a narrow picotee edge of brilliant carmine red is the garment affected by Cardinals for everyday wear.’
  • 186) ‘I love mine, but it is pretty plain, which is perfect for everyday wear, but I would like something a different colour.’
  • 187) ‘The polycotton floral patterned sarees can be suitable for casual or formal wear.’
  • 188) ‘And while you may not incorrectly mark me as the kind of person to own more than a few black items of clothing, I don't have many really suitable for funeral wear.’
  • 189) ‘She also has an own-name, off-the-peg collection suitable for occasion wear.’
  • 190) ‘Then he handed out our textbooks; I now had a math book and a history book, and the history book sustained the more wear and tear of the two.’
  • 191) ‘As a landlord you can refuse to return their deposit if they have caused damage beyond normal wear and tear.’
  • 192) ‘Most guarantees expressly exclude faults which are the result of misuse by the consumer, accidental damage or normal wear and tear.’
  • 193) ‘Because car carpets are expensive, it makes sense to protect them from damage or regular wear and tear.’
  • 194) ‘Although your body can fix itself on the fly, damage accumulates if the rate of wear and tear is greater than the rate of repair.’
  • 195) ‘It's not starting the engine that causes extra wear and tear.’
  • 196) ‘Always drive in the correct gear for your speed - it reduces wear and tear on the engine components and also provides improved fuel efficiency.’
  • 197) ‘Less wear and tear on the cars means fewer new car purchases.’
  • 198) ‘Mum will tell you that it's not a cheap business paying for uniforms especially with the added wear and tear caused by skateboarding and playing footy in the schoolyard.’
  • 199) ‘It is now starting to show signs of wear and tear.’
  • 200) ‘Doctors suspect chronic back pain is caused by a combination of normal wear and tear on the joints of the back and poor muscle control.’
  • 201) ‘It has been showing the effects of wear and tear for some time.’
  • 202) ‘Also, swap positions of the wheels with the most wear with less worn wheels.’
  • 203) ‘The combination of solvents and heat is hard on fabrics and may cause as much wear as actual wearing of the garment.’
  • 204) ‘Although ships are meant to be thoroughly checked every two years for cracks and other signs of structural wear, the inspections often do not take place.’
  • 205) ‘For what it is worth, this pattern does show less wear in hard use.’
  • 206) ‘This is in order to prevent premature wear of the valve seats.’
  • 207) ‘The teeth and their pattern of wear are unlike that seen in any modern mammal so what this animal ate is something of a mystery.’
  • 208) ‘This testing also provides a great opportunity to inspect your well pump for wear of its moving parts as well as the electrical system.’
  • 209) ‘In osteoarthritis, the alignment of the leg changes because of wear.’
  • 210) ‘Wildflower Farm also sells Eco Lawn, a blend of seven native grasses that grow well in arid conditions and are designed to withstand wear.’
  • 211) ‘Routine safety labeling must have adhesives strong enough to withstand wear, jarring and abuse.’

Examples

  • 1) It is on the wall above where he sits.
  • 2) The moon brings new love into your life where rock music plays.
  • 3) Or you could meet a new love where rock music plays.
  • 4) And golf is where rock goes to die.
  • 5) An aspiring singer gets a job at a struggling club where a rock star is causing controversy.
  • 6) You can see now that it is fastened to a hook just above where the little opening for the ventilator is.
  • 7) The site or sites will have to be in an area where the rock structure provides a barrier against radioactive leakage.
  • 8) You meet where rock music plays.
  • 9) It reminds him of the kind of houses where rock bands used to hang out in Michigan.
  • 10) They must have wondered where that mysterious, green land had disappeared to.
  • 11) where was this mysterious slum?
  • 12) Some hybrid of all of the above is where most of us are heading - not too wide and long in the leg.
  • 13) The story begins in a dusty attic where'a mysterious figure' announces herself as our narrator.
  • 14) I'm hoping we get to such a point where there are not really many places above where they can go.
  • 15) Nature notes For the last two months, swifts have been circling in the sky above the houses where they had their nests in the eaves.
  • 16) “In a world, where LifeAlert has failed…..where the fallen simply can not..get…up”
  • 17) I don't know where the spec ops soldier gets off on saying the Canadians don't dismount on foot patrol..this is patently untrue,and if you have seen the combat videos,Canadas' mantra has been/will be aggressive patrolling..always has been..where has this greener beaner been?
  • 18) My one was watching Leaving Las Vegas at the cinema with my sister - particularly the scene where Elizabeth Shue's character is explaining to her customers what they can and can't do... or more precisely *where*...
  • 19) “Resisting Reasonable Atrocity” says we must speak out, but speaking out is hard to do and takes practice, and our church community should be a place where we can get such practice, “where we can speak our minds and be taken seriously.
  • 20) Just watch, Karr will not have done anything Eg false confession, however if anyone bothers to investigate where the last few deposits in his bank account came from it will be traced to sham corporation funded by republicans…..where? what NSA ruling?
  • 21) I started out as a wee little brat in Los Altos for 6 years where we were accustomed to NON-white Christmases, then moved to Connecticut where we lived in quintessential New England suburbia..where we OFTEN had white Christmases.
  • 22) Picking up her guitar, she removed herself to the far side of the glade, sitting down at an equal distance from where Kieran sat and ~where the wolf had vanished.
  • 23) How different _this table_ from many others! where genteel sprightly conversations are shut out; _where_ such as cannot feast their senses on the genius of a _cook_, must rise unsatisfied.
  • 24) For her, freedom meant the right to "go where she pleased"; but her love knew no _where_ but my father's roof and her darling's crib, nor anything so wrong as that right.
  • 25) Give me one like this, where they've all got cards, _where they've all got cards that'll win if they play them right_, and then watch me.
  • 26) ‘The platform was then moved and the mice had to remember where it was last positioned.’
  • 27) ‘But you're not in a position to say where he was whilst this was going on?’
  • 28) ‘No one saw what happened to the company director, or exactly where he was when the wall of water struck.’
  • 29) ‘Directors instantly knew where they were in the pecking order by a quick look at the seating plan.’
  • 30) ‘The concern for parents is where their children will go when the college closes.’
  • 31) ‘Be aware of it, but make sure when you leave, you know where the sources of information and resources are.’
  • 32) ‘No prizes, even though it's Christmas, for guessing where that source of supply is.’
  • 33) ‘If anyone knows where to source this vegetable in the San Francisco area, please let me know.’
  • 34) ‘That then takes one on the step of identifying where the pollution source is to be found.’
  • 35) ‘With the children settled into new homes, their families at last heard where they were.’
  • 36) ‘At some time will you give us the references to where the blood was found on Sako's garment?’
  • 37) ‘I live in a terraced house so where am I supposed to garage this essential part of modern living?’
  • 38) ‘The first thing they asked when entering the small house was where the dustbin was.’
  • 39) ‘We all have a free choice as to where we shop, and, yes, I shop in Bolton myself.’
  • 40) ‘Mistara was supposed to meet Scott here and see where she would be positioned next.’
  • 41) ‘We'd be as anxious and pleased to see and read where our former players are playing and how.’
  • 42) ‘But it is completely wrong for students to allow finances to decide where they study.’
  • 43) ‘What is wrong with parents wanting to choose where they send their children to school?’
  • 44) ‘The stroller started moving so I took the cover off and helped the baby sit up and see where we were.’
  • 45) ‘Further directions on where exactly to point it are not available as of time of press.’
  • 46) ‘This type of focus helps the government out, letting it know where investment should be directed.’
  • 47) ‘It can be held in one hand and can make it easier to direct where the floss is going than using your fingers.’
  • 48) ‘While it is possible to see where this argument is leading, it makes little sense.’
  • 49) ‘It will take a long time for them to get over this defeat and analyse where it all went wrong.’
  • 50) ‘Fans, former players and mangers are now demanding to know where it all went wrong.’
  • 51) ‘We have worked out where we were going wrong, and I believe we are back on the right track now.’
  • 52) ‘I know you are but what I am asking you is, can you tell me where I am wrong in that analysis?’
  • 53) ‘Not sure where it all went wrong, but it quite clearly did, and horribly so.’
  • 54) ‘Spent more time explaining why everyone was wrong than actually seeing where his company ought to go.’
  • 55) ‘It's amazing how you can see exactly where you're going wrong when it's staring you in the face.’
  • 56) ‘We describe how the project and its evaluation were set up and examine where the project went wrong.’
  • 57) ‘I have had chats with him as a mate and as a teammate and I can tell him where he is going wrong and what he is doing right.’
  • 58) ‘Bully for you go visit a drug rehabilitation centre and tell the others where they went wrong.’
  • 59) ‘He would play the expert, telling Lee how to play football and where he went wrong.’
  • 60) ‘Suddenly people started talking back to us and telling us where we were going wrong.’
  • 61) ‘We know where we went wrong and it is important that we dealt with it straight away.’
  • 62) ‘Reviewing past models is useful in identifying where the Strokes have gone so very wrong.’
  • 63) ‘So, for those who speak out or bring legal cases against the Church, where does it all go wrong?’
  • 64) ‘Tell them where their strategy is going wrong and damaging the business and its future prospects.’
  • 65) ‘If you don't hear music at home or at school then where will you hear it?’
  • 66) ‘It was the writer's recommendations of where else to read, as much as it was something to read in and of itself.’
  • 67) ‘Suddenly, you begin to hear quite clearly where Sonic Youth and others took their cues from.’
  • 68) ‘On paper you knew what they liked to drink or where they'd heard about the show, but there was no intimacy.’
  • 69) ‘So if they resurrect any more dead characters remember where you heard it first.’
  • 70) ‘If you want an outside bet at a very big price, remember where you read this information first.’
  • 71) ‘When jamskating hits Britain in a few months, remember where you read about it first.’
  • 72) ‘She assured me that the gossip was untrue and demanded to know where I'd heard it.’
  • 73) ‘She couldn't remember where she'd heard that saying, but it seemed to be a good one.’
  • 74) ‘Well, those people are quite wrong and one day I will let readers know where to find it.’
  • 75) ‘So where does that leave us?’
  • 76) ‘But where is all this leading us?’
  • 77) ‘Though she did not marry the father, he built her a house where she lived and raised their son.’
  • 78) ‘At last, he has been allowed to take up his office in the House of Commons, where he has raised the Irish flag.’
  • 79) ‘There is no trace of the house where the grandparents lived for more than 40 years.’
  • 80) ‘He could not even find the house where he had lived with his parents and sister.’
  • 81) ‘The second reason is that Fleming gives a reference to the archive where the document can be found in Munich.’
  • 82) ‘His estate included a house where he was living at the time of his death.’
  • 83) ‘His biggest fear is losing the heavily mortgaged family house, where he lives alone.’
  • 84) ‘She has two younger brothers and we all like to live as a family in a house where tennis is rarely mentioned.’
  • 85) ‘Even here, where free speech is a right unless the mayor doesn't like you, I cannot get a hearing.’
  • 86) ‘He thinks more and more shoppers are simply heading to a shopping centre, where parking is free and easy.’
  • 87) ‘I wish for all my children a world where they will be free from hatred towards one another.’
  • 88) ‘There was a site on the Internet where you could download free audio-editing software.’
  • 89) ‘They run the Baen Free Library, which is a place where you can download free, complete books.’
  • 90) ‘At the same time, the Post was the first paper where I felt free to write as a gay man.’
  • 91) ‘Of all the parks in the city, this may be the only one where people feel free to walk on the grass.’
  • 92) ‘She explained that this was the langur hall, where free meals are served round the clock.’
  • 93) ‘So, what would happen in a free market where anyone could ply their trade in a cab?’
  • 94) ‘I love the idea of America, where people are free and we have a representational democracy.’
  • 95) ‘Not only is he in the position where he has to make tough decisions, he doesn't cop out of them.’
  • 96) ‘Anyone know of a car where the speedometer is directly in front of the driver?’
  • 97) ‘But here is where it all went wrong, Lynne.’
  • 98) ‘This bill should be consigned to the rubbish bin because it is wrong and that is where it belongs.’
  • 99) ‘I live with my mom in Braintree, south of Boston, and if I get it wrong then these guys know where to find me.’
  • 100) ‘He twitches the fabric to free it from where it has snagged and pulls the curtains open wide.’
  • 101) ‘The Best Position is where an equal number of voters are to the left and to the right.’
  • 102) ‘In the evening he served a lavish meal of goat and rice, and gave us directions to where we could find his sons and camels.’
  • 103) ‘We educate them to respect where they are but to keep their identity as Muslims.’
  • 104) ‘Coaching respects where you are right now, but will take you further, faster, easier.’
  • 105) ‘His father and advisor began walking in the opposite direction from where Rheyce lay in wait.’
  • 106) ‘At that moment one of the colossal dark shapes passes directly under where we are standing.’
  • 107) ‘One jumped down and examined the ground and looked directly to where they were hiding.’
  • 108) ‘A direct initiative is where registered voters vote on the proposal put forward.’
  • 109) ‘This only left the few holes directly above where the stream first disappeared.’
  • 110) ‘This is where the efforts are directed at providing a higher level of service and comfort.’
  • 111) ‘For three nights in a row, a dozen of his men lay in ambush near where the source said the men would pass.’
  • 112) ‘Dance in it for twelve minutes, even though you can't hear any music from where you are.’
  • 113) ‘This, you might be relieved to hear, is where the protests and the sausages come in.’
  • 114) ‘The Matrix was where I first heard about Invis, and in a lot of ways got me into comics.’
  • 115) ‘Grand Boulevard is about grand homes and this is where big houses should be, he said.’
  • 116) ‘If that's where your house previously stood, however, you have nowhere to build a new one.’
  • 117) ‘I like to go where the breeze blows free and the windows of the heart are not shut.’
  • 118) ‘I never buy a product unless it is cruelty free and I always try to buy free range where I can.’
  • 119) ‘Mr Bernau said he accepted the fees as a part of the open market, but urged people to use a free machine where possible.’
  • 120) ‘Follow up on phone messages left for you and offer them free advice where possible.’
  • 121) ‘The council adopted a policy of merging schools where the position of headteacher at one falls vacant.’
  • 122) ‘I was trying to place myself in the right position and put myself where I had to make a move.’
  • 123) ‘The paper is positioned just where his face ought to be, and all I see of him are two ears and a tuft of hair.’
  • 124) ‘Why can't football fans have this sort of outlook, and give respect where it is due?’
  • 125) ‘Why couldn't they have placed the reception team directly opposite the door where you can see it?’
  • 126) ‘At another, she rails against a world in which development is not directed where it is most needed.’
  • 127) ‘If the new law allows us to direct our compassion where it is truly deserved, then it can be judged a success.’
  • 128) ‘Even where there is no direct prejudice, there may be unfair preferences which should not count.’
  • 129) ‘Once you've got his attention, you start directing his attention where you want it to go.’
  • 130) ‘I only have to look at other members who now have that security where food is concerned.’
  • 131) ‘Any French foreign minister knows what he is talking about where French Africa is concerned.’
  • 132) ‘Am I the only one thought beginning to feel somewhat voyeuristic where Ahmed is concerned?’
  • 133) ‘Given the mood Her Majesty must be in where dates are concerned, he did well to get the nod.’
  • 134) ‘That does not mean they have not availed themselves of legal arguments where it was advantageous to do so.’
  • 135) ‘Sometimes I am clever, sometimes not, it seems where tax is concerned I am not very clever at all.’
  • 136) ‘He recycled where possible from the site and sourced secondhand items where necessary.’
  • 137) ‘The focus puller was the biggest hero on our set because we were very free to move where we wanted to.’
  • 138) ‘We went where there were free samples, elbowing each other out of the way to get to them.’
  • 139) ‘The Jews in Domachevo were free to go where they liked and do what they wanted, subject to no restriction.’
  • 140) ‘It was the wonderful, free feeling of roaming where they liked, of waking up each day to a different view.’
  • 141) ‘We stayed out in the countryside for six months, finding empty houses and crashing where we could.’
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