How To Use Exactly In A Sentence

  • Who is willing to believe that Alexandria is exactly 5000 stadia from Syene, whatever the value of the stadium?
  • If there was any hope of holding on to even a shred of her dwindling self-respect, she should do exactly what she knew Margo would do—close the laptop, take her de-scrunchied, perfumed, and nearly thonged self down to the nearest club, pick up the first passably good-looking stranger who asked her to dance, and bring him back to the apartment for some safe but anonymous sex. Goodnight Tweetheart
  • And that is exactly why I say "intelligence" in the context of ID is a dormitive principle: Bunny and a Book
  • This is exactly the kind of nitwittery that mikey is addicted to. BuzzFlash.net: published
  • They need to pinpoint exactly what skills are necessary.
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  • The bowed zither may seem strange, but is exactly what it appears to be - a violin for zitherists.
  • A lot of us are curious to know exactly what the navy has been told to do.
  • The "fruitily perfumed pineapple weed" that came to Britain from Oregon in the late 19th century and then began to spread throughout the countryside, Mr. Mabey says, "exactly tracked the adoption of the treaded motor tyre, to which its ribbed seeds clung" as if the treads were the soles of climbing boots. Stow the Mower, Stop Pulling
  • Investigations are not yet complete who exactly set the coach on fire.
  • In these two cases, the UK is exactly equidistant from the tolerance of France and the censoriousness of the US.
  • It wasn't bad grammar, I meant exactly what I said.
  • We take a sightseeing boat trip around the bay and get a glimpse of the smart new opera house which looks exactly like two durians - a very distinctive local fruit that tastes great but has a repellant smell.
  • I can't date the pot exactly, but it must be very old.
  • This is not exactly the kind of harangue the current administion and the boys wanted to hear. Think Progress » Buchanan: ‘The Country I Grew Up In’ Was ‘89 or 90 Percent White. I Like That Country’
  • Tell me, exactly what happens when the first C130 full of blokes cops a Manpad up it's jacksie and crash lands in flames? Army Rumour Service
  • Staff are still collating signatures to find out exactly how many people took part.
  • The twist-up pencil point lets you dot concealer exactly on the spot without hitting the surrounding skin.
  • A book made up of these; pictures in their order is such a solid, and the little pocket mutoscope exactly satisfies this description. The Fourth Dimension Simply Explained
  • A long wrangle ensued about what exactly was binding on the Army. The English Civil War: A People's History
  • He left the house at nine exactly, as is his custom.
  • It's not exactly simple, but it has no pretensions to art either.
  • The card game mentioning 'la garsa' is exactly what he is trying to replicate ... only the egret hasn't caught the fish in his mouth .... Who is E.V., potter in San Miguel..?
  • Of course, Whitty himself ain’t exactly a peach; he loves him some torture, and buries knives in bellies with minimal provocation; when it comes to witch-hunting, he’s of the “burn her alive now, ask questions … well, don’t really bother asking questions, it’s just so damn fun to burn people, let’s do it some more!” school. Cry of the Banshee « Skid Roche
  • Founded exactly 25 years ago, this group of ostentatious do-gooders vow ‘to promulgate universal joy and expiate stigmatic guilt’.
  • BTW … the online article was written long ago and the LJW staff will, I am sure, update it when they have puddleglum (Anonymous) says … kansas redlegs: yeah I know exactly what you mean. LJWorld.com stories: News
  • Scamp had an airtight alibi, naturally, but then again young Leakey never said who exactly had done it.
  • Though John and Andrew look exactly alike, they act quite differently.
  • Only when I had repented, that is to say, when I had ceased to look upon myself as a regular man, and had begun to regard myself as a man exactly like every one else, -- only then did my path become clear before me. What to Do?
  • I guess the term for that is "social networking," but I remain more interested in the social than the networking, and blogging under a pseudonym six or eight times a month in a personal essayish vein isn't exactly the fast lane to fame and influence. Archive 2009-05-01
  • He's not exactly thrilled at the prospect of working for his old rival.
  • ‘She's naturally flirtatious and not exactly shy about being charming towards gentlemen ’, says one who has experienced her allure.
  • What exactly the government did mean by freedom was hard to discern in the nineteen legislative Acts which together constituted the emancipation.
  • I also picture an room where you will be able to go and relive any moment in history exactly as it transpired. Christianity Today
  • When production designer David Brisbin oversaw the “rebuild” of Charlie Swan’s house, he studied the original location obsessively and created exactly what he had seen — with one key addition. TWILIGHT SAGA NEWS FOR NOVEMBER 9TH | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews
  • Each project artifact of a project area belongs to exactly one of its team areas.
  • He loves his job, but he's not exactly thrilled with being an exile from his home and family. Christianity Today
  • I had exactly the same experience.
  • Which is exactly what some skin diseases cause. The Sun
  • Also, please keep in mind that in order to conceal my identity I'm speaking through a harmonizer--in reality my voice sounds exactly like Keith David's. Keeping it Reeled In: Hope or Delusion?
  • Save for a worktable placed almost exactly in the center of the floor, I see only a few benches, some unlit rush lamps, a large set of scales, and a wooden crate, which I discover upon examination contains small crystal vials waiting to be filled. Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer
  • And it is exactly what the bookmakers are betting on. Times, Sunday Times
  • Not exactly cause for sympathy, then. Times, Sunday Times
  • I know exactly what you mean," Data said, clearing the evidence of last night's carousal into the recycler. The Beast That Resembles A Poem(A Handy Resource for Architects,Engineers, and Students)
  • Even though sociobiology never became exactly fashionable, many biologists eventually warmed up to the ideas, albeit tweaking and interpreting them in a new and modern way.
  • The girl was aroused, her expression mirroring her mentor's almost exactly as she raptly observed the scene. In the Midnight Hour
  • Ricardo Reis 'new NBER working paper (ungated version here) is exactly that. A Sticky Information manifesto
  • We have known a male mierkat so assiduous in feeding young that were quite unrelated to himself, taking to them every morsel of food given him, that we have been compelled to shut him up in a room alone when feeding him, to prevent his starving himself to death: the male mierkat thus exhibiting exactly those psychic qualities which are generally regarded as peculiarly feminine; the females, on the other hand, being far more pugnacious towards each other than are the males. Woman and Labour
  • Read the small print in your contract to find out exactly what you are insured for.
  • In 22 articles with 138 clauses, the FIA has laid down in minute detail exactly how the cars should be designed.
  • It would have been a perfect spot for stargazing, had she known exactly what it was she was looking for.
  • As for the remaining four songs, 'Wrapped Around Your Finger' and 'Tea In The Sahara' are doomy ciphers, the former possibly about marriage, the latter open to a handful of interpretations, none of them exactly upbeat, while 'Synchronicity I' is a trifle explaining the title concept and the monster hit 'Every Breath You Take', is ostensibly a trite love song with it's icy and obsessive core just barely concealed. Synchronicity
  • They found their computers producing different results from exactly the same calculation.
  • His own origins weren't exactly true blue and they had never held him back. YELLOW BIRD
  • International class equestrian and yachting are expensive sports to compete in at the top, and not exactly third world sports.
  • A windfall profits tax is exactly how it sounds; it is a higher tax rate on profits that ensue from a sudden windfall gain to a particular company. Ah, gerrymandering. | RedState
  • Yet the government does exactly this and the public seems pretty much unconcerned about it.
  • Otherwise, the sketch is exactly accurate, and is here presented as the unprejudiced description and estimate of a foreign gentleman, who had no inducement, such as might be attributed to a Southern writer, to overcolor his portrait. A Life of Gen Robert E Lee
  • I will hereafter refer to it in the singular, so as to avoid having to recount exactly which one was pointed at what at any given moment.
  • There's ample evidence that the lawyer knew exactly what she was doing.
  • No one knew exactly what inspired her elliptic comments, and her relations had long since given up trying to interpret them.
  • Which is exactly the same as opening my wife's knicker drawer and photographing what's in there. Times, Sunday Times
  • he isn't stupid, but he isn't exactly a genius either
  • Nothing lasts forever, so live it up; drink it down, laugh it off, avoid the bullshit. Take chances and never have regrets because, at one point, everything you did was exactly what you wanted. Marilyn Monroe 
  • I bet a straw poll of the blokes in the office, or down the pub would reveal exactly the same
  • And this phenomenon raises a host of urgent questions about exactly who should have the right to assisted reproduction. Times, Sunday Times
  • I weigh eight stone now, exactly.
  • It was exactly what he had imagined; they were both coked up and would need a rebore before too long. Tears Of The Giraffe
  • His passport had only been issued at the British Legation in Stockholm, and his description tallied exactly with the signalment issued by Scotland The Days Before Yesterday
  • Typical lab tests can take hours (if not days) to analyze, process, and confirm a specific biological agent, and that's only if the lab knows exactly what antigen it's looking for.
  • They need to know exactly when to throw down the covers. Times, Sunday Times
  • While knowing total expenditures in lobbying is good I would like to see some breakdown as to where all of that money is going, to see exactly whose pockets are filling as a result of the largess being spread around. Balloon Juice » Blog Archive » $3.47 billion spent. Did you get a pony?
  • On his face is the most comical, quizzical expression, which is probably exactly how most of us would look if stuffed.
  • For if a person strikes many coins from one mold, they are all exactly alike.
  • We will be taking feedback from members to identify exactly where the shoe is pinching hardest. Times, Sunday Times
  • I asked how they knew what Jesus exactly said and meant, since there had been so many translations and versions of the New Testament.
  • I go through a door and walk past the second pool, which is exactly the same, if a little grander.
  • Now, we don't know exactly what happened with the driver of this vehicle as to why he kind of careened off -- he or she careened off the road hitting this gas line. CNN Transcript Oct 10, 2007
  • His votes aren't rolling in on any kind of decipherable time interval votes rolled in at exactly 5, 25, and 45 seconds into the minue though Lookout Landing
  • The big cogwheel rotated exactly once every Roman mile, and at this point a small stone - a calculus - dropped into a box.
  • Also, a few years later we rescued a white shitzu who looked EXACTLY like Falcor, so that's what we named him! Sweet Reading Sweets
  • The date for the appearance of "kvell" in the English language is tricky to pinpoint exactly. Latest Articles
  • The train arrived at exactly 8 o'clock.
  • And, as soon as we know the facts, we can stop all the conclusionary statements, that it's a big mess, that it's a purge, without really knowing exactly what happened. CNN Transcript Mar 19, 2007
  • At exactly eleven, the center forwards, Blossom and Veronica, began the bully-off. A Popular Schoolgirl
  • For the stupid person up there that wrote "the failure of 08 begins" I can tell you that's exactly the opposite: "the recover 08 begins", no more Bush mistakes and his heir is going to be defeated big time, is going to be a victory by a huge margin!!! Obama: The general election fight should start next week
  • In Nephila, increased male mortality during the adult search phase is almost exactly counteracted by reduction in juvenile male growth stages.
  • Dilute to exactly 1 litre; 100 c.c. contain 0.5 gram of antimony as antimonic chloride. A Text-book of Assaying: For the Use of Those Connected with Mines.
  • This kind of coinage and derivation is a typical process in the creative evolution of language, and is exactly the sort of thing that snoots like to deprecate.
  • The farther the ratio between the rates of rod and disc departs from exactly 1: 5, whether less or greater, the more rapid will the strobic movement, backward or forward, be; until finally the divergence is too great, the newly forming bands lie too far ahead or behind those already formed to fuse with them and so be apperceived as one system, and so the bands are lost in confusion. Harvard Psychological Studies, Volume 1 Containing Sixteen Experimental Investigations from the Harvard Psychological Laboratory.
  • The top selling non-fiction book Blink is coining mucho bling for Malcolm Gladwell, yet in 1997 Gladwell wrote a New Yorker article called "The Sports Taboo: Why blacks are like boys and whites are like girls," which made exactly the same argument as Larry Summers made about what is innately different in the capabilities of males and females -- that men have a larger standard deviation on many traits, so there are more men at the top and bottom of the bell curves. Archive 2005-02-27
  • No two human beings are exactly alike and no two cases will follow the exact pattern.
  • This is exactly what empirical evidence finds. Financial Markets, Institutions and Money
  • Yet it still heralds a flurry of excitement (some call it panic) over what exactly is to be cooked and how.
  • At the risk of showing my ignorance, how exactly does the Internet work?
  • Typical lab tests can take hours (if not days) to analyze, process, and confirm a specific biological agent, and that's only if the lab knows exactly what antigen it's looking for.
  • As I note in the comments, I actually think commissurotomy cases are one more evidence that personal identity is not reducible to psychological continuity: people whose hemispheres have been split act almost exactly like you do. Split Something-or-Other
  • In other words a fat calorie was exactly the same as a carbohydrate or a protein calorie.
  • I'm sure he had daily briefings, and presidents' vacations are not exactly like yours and mine.
  • That sum has brought the total up to£400 exactly.
  • That little message from tadpole is exactly why this last leg is SO worth it. impatience
  • I went to see it the other day, incidentally, it's still there, still exactly as it was in 1935.
  • Now Copernicus' heliocentric theory wasn't exactly new nor was it based on purely empirical observation.
  • What exactly the author meant by that statement is open to interpretation .
  • On the right hand of the Judge are -- not the Jews confronting the Gentiles on the left -- nor exactly the well-conducted and well-balanced people who get there in Greek allegories -- but a group of men and women who realize where they are with a gasp of surprise. The Jesus of History
  • But I heard the president told Chelsea I was untransferable, which was exactly what I wanted to hear.
  • Avis -- Well, the curds that come from this aren't exactly large and chunky like they would be if you used rennet -- they're more cornmeal sized than what you'd have in poutine. queso blanco | Homesick Texan
  • It's not exactly affectionate, but we Limeys can grin and bear it.
  • If you haven't worked out exactly what this film will be like by now, there's no hope for you.
  • The movement of the dot on the screen corresponds exactly with the movement of the control lever.
  • Everything structural was so standardized that any skilled craftsman knew exactly what it had to be. MANAGEMENT: task, responsibilities, practices
  • His backup was cement, and he knew exactly what profit margin to expect on it.
  • The opportunists know exactly what matters and it is always money or power.
  • Not that Everett is exactly hassling his agent for alpha male roles.
  • Directly opposite him, on the other side of the enclosed space, were two doors, exactly alike and side by side.
  • Could it be because they use exactly the same underhand tactics? The Sun
  • Not in it exactly, unless you go in for _post hoc, propter hoc_. The Best Short Stories of 1917 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story
  • For me, his random interviews with various down-and-out characters in Cleveland, on sidewalks and in living rooms, while charmingly syncopated in the Jarmusch family style, with intermittent jazz music and grainy shaky filming, did not result in a clear "what is this about"--although Tom insisted that for him, it was exactly the Cleveland he wished to express, "meant to be an imperfect portrait. Karin Badt: The Thessaloniki Documentary Film Festival: From Soviet Cannibals to Jarmusch's Cleveland
  • The shot is there, but it has to hit his front rock at 11 o'clock, exactly, to hit this back rock.
  • Barry isn't exactly what you would call sanctimonious," admitted the lawyer, with a dry smile. Viola Gwyn
  • No opaque or flowery language: it just did exactly what it said on the bottle. Times, Sunday Times
  • Basically, it does exactly what it says on the tin with the minimum of fuss and hassle.
  • The only problem is that he would have achieved exactly the same effect if he hadn't made the ad at all.
  • For instance, the Earth is not exactly at the centre of the deferent, but is a little off-centre.
  • Yep, from various people's descriptions a small oil radiator sounds like exactly what I'm looking for.
  • MDRs are public documents that do not exactly add luster to the company name.
  • Oh she played ignorant when I upbraided her, but I suspect she knew exactly what she was doing.
  • Lunch times suited me exactly at the brassworks, making me feel I was getting what I was after. Working With the Working Woman
  • In order to do that successfully he will have to develop smart new ways of searching to find what he wants quickly and easily, and be able to access it instantaneously and precis it intelligently to give him exactly what he needs.
  • I'm not sure what he does exactly - it's something to do with finance.
  • My lips parted in my confusion, and I stuttered a bit, embarrassingly, in my need to comprehend exactly what it was he was saying, ‘W-what?’
  • Their life together hasn't exactly been a bed of roses.
  • You need some bite to distinguish the flavours, which is exactly what was delivered here.
  • As soon as anyone watches a cursed videotape, the phone rings and the viewer has exactly a week to live. Times, Sunday Times
  • Your first priority is to identify exactly what it is you are trying to achieve with your golf swing.
  • How exactly did he prompt her, Mr Markham?
  • I have been asking around and trying to find out exactly when all this started but no-one seems to know and we're not being told anything.
  • In all likelihood, the debt was incurred on Lord Petre's ‘iorney to Axminster’ exactly twelve months earlier, a year being a round term for a loan.
  • It's not exactly what I wanted but it will serve my purpose.
  • It was not exactly a cakewalk for the actresses either: ‘There is a lot of Urdu used in the film and we had to work on our diction as well as dance for the songs.’
  • You may not get exactly what happened in a private meeting involving the commissioner of baseball, but I think it's the most honest section of a newspaper or in the periodicals.
  • I don't think anyone, in principle, disapproves of revenge when the punishment imposed on the perpetrator is exactly the appropriate amount. What's Wrong with REVENGE?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • `I have to make my act of purification exactly as the sun appears above the other bank of the river. TANK OF SERPENTS
  • So how exactly did walt-the-ought run down the middle of the freeway, live-streaming himself, within thirty seconds of the vote? FRIDAY MIDNIGHT FIVE STARS • by David J. Rank
  • Currently most large internet systems are written in Java, which is not exactly famous for its briefness. Archive 2008-01-01
  • Exactly the same principles apply as with any age group.
  • But by far the most important question to be settled this week was exactly how wide should a toast soldier be?
  • HP has not issued word on exactly how many workers will get the axe.
  • An order has just been given to stand in to enable our coast pilot, Cooper, to fix our whereabouts exactly by his knowledge of the land.
  • Grint's got fantastic comic timing and knows exactly how far to take it, often stealing a scene with nothing more than a look.
  • After all these years you look exactly the same - you haven't changed a bit.
  • Next we set about trying to ascertain exactly which features and aspects of the environment were responsible for causing these effects.
  • Bush may not have mentioned him by name, but everyone knew exactly who he was talking about - and it was so incredibly inappropriate to stand up in the Knesset and say that that I'm half-dazed from that, too. Obama To Respond Forcefully To Bush's Attacks Today
  • As I've already said, I'm not exactly a social butterfly.
  • A degree in the history of art is very nice but it doesn't exactly equip you for many jobs.
  • All this information is also available in compose mode as well, so you know exactly who you’re sending it to. Etacts Adds Contact Info, Social Networking, Handy Statistics To Your Gmail Sidebar | Lifehacker Australia
  • The name Interlaken meant “between the lakes” and it was exactly that, nestled between sparkling Lake Thun and Lake Brienz. The Lions of Lucerne
  • 'Not exactly,' said Guy; 'the "impedimenta" are, some at Varenna, some at the inn with Arnaud.' The Heir of Redclyffe
  • He's not exactly thrilled at the prospect of working for his old rival.
  • Personals placers aren't exactly defying defined cultural roles; most women wrote ads seeking economic security, while men sought younger, attractive partners.
  • They just go through life doing exactly as they please, expecting no retribution for their behaviour.
  • I know exactly how you feel .
  • The atmospherics and mood seem less translucent than ever and the fact nobody can work out exactly what's happening in front of them, leaves the intriguing sense of curiosity and desire to see more.
  • Ask for clarity on exactly what your boss needs from you, explaining that sometimes you are unsure as his instructions aren't always consistent. The Sun
  • This one works in exactly the same way as the other.
  • We didn't exactly see eye to eye.
  • He told me it was exactly what the predikant used to say that Greenmantle
  • It is not exactly manicured, but that just adds to its bewitchery. Times, Sunday Times
  • The slight layer of greasy matter that habitually lines the sides of vessels from whence no effort has been made to remove it, produces effects exactly like those of the oil of camphor, that is to say, that in measure as it becomes thicker it likewise arrests the motions of the concrete volatile essence. Scientific American Supplement, No. 401, September 8, 1883
  • This will avoid landfill and reduce our dependence on fossil fuels - exactly the sort of innovation we need to encourage. Times, Sunday Times
  • How to do this when I wasn't exactly brimming over with information?
  • We remained nearly an hour beside our beneficent fountain, then took the route for Senegal; that is, a southerly direction, for we did not know exactly where that country lay. Thrilling Narratives of Mutiny, Murder and Piracy A weird series of tales of shipwreck and disaster, from the earliest part of the century to the present time, with accounts of providential escapes and heart-rending fatalities.
  • Then they slot in behind their partner and try to reproduce it exactly. Fools Rush In - A Call to Christian Clowning
  • Retinal degeneration is more common in myopic eyes but it's not exactly related to macular degeneration.
  • It's not a name that exactly trips off the tongue .
  • “It was a dark and stormy night” might become “It was a caliginous and raving night” or “It was an obscure and disorderly night” – not exactly conveying what the original does. Big Brother and Stupid Monkeys « Hyperpat’s HyperDay
  • This is exactly what one would expect from the linguistic evidence and the written record, scanty though the latter is.
  • If you set your pelorus, so that it will exactly coincide with the course you are steaming as shown by the compass in your chart house and then get a bearing of the sun by noting where the shadow from the pelorus vane cuts the circumference, this bearing will be the bearing of the sun by compass. Lectures in Navigation
  • And it coincides almost exactly with Dysart's appointment to the Ministry of Defence three years ago.
  • In order for each batch of beer to taste the same, exactly the same amount of the same type of hops must be added at exactly the same time during each boil.
  • The cannibalism is a little harder to stomach, as it were — but I'm sure that's exactly why Wells put it in. Robson, Enge, Sturges, Lloyd and even Yours Truly
  • What exactly are the mechanisms and institutions of legitimation?
  • But every cave is unique - none will have formed in exactly the same way.
  • But what exactly are the representatives implying by invoking the word "academic" throughout? Lee Jefferson: Legislation of Biblical Proportions: Can We Really Have an 'Academic' Study of the Bible in Public Schools?
  • Although she had never threaded a needle in her life, she discovered that she knew exactly how to alter the too-large gowns so that they would fit her tiny frame.
  • Give people exactly what they remember a genre is all about, add a smidgeon of irony/contemporary cultural reference to taste, count the money.
  • For rain forests, I hope to be a grandfather that can walk in the rainforest with his grandson or daughter and tell him, "Well, this macaw nest on this shihuahuaco tree here, it's exactly the same way I remember it 20 or 40 or 60 years ago, and it's still producing chicks every year. Wendy Diamond: In The Jungle With PeruNature's Kurt Holle
  • Now, Obama's election promises revolved, exactly, around the hope of doing away with the objectivization of political life and its corollaries: disenchantment, voter apathy, and nihilism. TELOSscope: The Telos Press blog
  • When using the second method for rooting hardwood cuttings of deciduous plants you do everything exactly the same as you do with method number one, up to the point where you bury them for the winter.
  • This is exactly what they've done on a macro level to the developing countries of the world.
  • It was a warm day, if not exactly hot.
  • I repeat my conviction that sexual reproduction, Mendelian (allelic) genetics, natural selection, all these, are anti-evolutionary processes serving only to stabilize the species for as long as possible exactly as Leo Berg insisted 87 years ago. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • These bootlegs come shrink wrapped in pretty packaging, looking almost exactly like a professional version except they cost a fraction of the price.
  • The small, frosted glass window didn't allow him to see much, but he knew exactly who it was from the smooth outline of the perfectly positioned hair.
  • [tz] This resembles the “4 with a comma,” but is described as softer, the tongue being brought into contact with the teeth, exactly as _tz_ in The Annals of the Cakchiquels
  • In the tithe map this ford is marked, the only one in that neighbourhood, and the cottage is also marked exactly in the position mentioned by Fanny, the only building so placed. Juniper Hall: A Rendezvous of Certain Illustrious Personages during the French Revolution, Including Alexandre D'Arblay and Fanny Burney
  • I do not really know exactly why, but the great tower, whose fluted shaft, dark red in the sunglow, shoots up some 270 feet into the air, did not appeal to me. A Holiday in the Happy Valley with Pen and Pencil
  • Not exactly this have they got at nor the meaning of flowers—O flowers, flowers slung by a dancing girl—in the saddest play the inkfish, Shakespeare, ever wrote; They All Want to Play Hamlet. II. People Who Must
  • Whether the blue devils were flying around or not, I could not exactly discover, but the whiskey and _blue ruin_ were evidently powerful in their effects. Real Life In London, Volumes I. and II. Or, The Rambles And Adventures Of Bob Tallyho, Esq., And His Cousin, The Hon. Tom Dashall, Through The Metropolis; Exhibiting A Living Picture Of Fashionable Characters, Manners, And Amusements In High And Low Life
  • It is not essential that you exactly match your colleague's tone and speed, especially if your colleague is shouting rapidly in a high pitched tone! Everything You Need to Know for Success in Business
  • He put a slight emphasis on the last word, as though unsure exactly what it implied.

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