How To Use Sands In A Sentence

  • In 2005, the Mugabe government launched what it called a slum clearance scheme, that bulldozed major shantytowns, brutally displacing hundreds of thousands of people. CNN Transcript Mar 24, 2007
  • Then there are the PIP implant problems that thousands of women have had to contend with. The Sun
  • The magnificent 18 th-century mansion is set in private landscaped grounds at the edge of the town, opposite the golf links and West Sands but totally screened by trees, woods and 18-foot high lodge gates.
  • Does the plain, unsugared doughy type bagel look alike surpass the overly decorated with hundreds and thousands and pumped full of sweet chemicals with optional coating of chocolate (half dipped) Tescos Express doughnut win every time? Rabbit Stew. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • It found itself subjected to harsh rain it was ill equipped for, dissolving the sandstone facades of it's buildings slowly, even as the people chose not to lift their eyes and notice it.
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  • Bounties were paid right across a banking sector whose incompetence threw thousands of innocents into jeopardy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Together, they were able to mollify workers and quietly implement the destruction of thousands of jobs.
  • Day after day thousands of people die of confessing their loyalty to the Tokugawa shogunate.
  • We have increased by tens of thousands the number of surgical procedures being carried out in this country.
  • Thousands died on the seas while they were being shipped like caged cattle between continents.
  • Thousands of householders are being urged to redesign their gardens to halt the rapid decline of sparrows and starlings. Times, Sunday Times
  • For 10,000,000 years during the Miocene, Pliocene and Pleistocene epochs this area was a fiery inferno of constant volcanic activity and magnificent giants such as the Grizaba, La Malinche, Iztaccihuatl, Popocatepetl, Volcan de Toluca and Volcan de Colima, along with thousands of smaller volcanic cones, came into eruptive existence. The geology and geography of Lake Chapala and western Mexico
  • The other key aspect of the restoration involved repointing the exterior masonry, in the facades of limestone, sandstone, and granite.
  • The drug will be useful to hundreds of thousands of infected people.
  • It nearly brought a tear to my eye when I saw thousands of screaming fans watching a bunch of (and I use the term affectionately) nerds out there doing their thing. Sun Bloggers
  • Records, is among the thousands of devoted followers who have raised figure skating to new heights of popularity.
  • Thousands of free apples and oranges will be handed out each day as the government urges in-school tuck shops to serve healthier snacks.
  • Certainly observant Jews remember the crusaders as evil butchers, who on their way to Jerusalem, slaughtered and massacred many thousands of Jews and decimated entire Jewish communities such as Speyer, Worms and Mayencea and of course, when they arrived in Jerusalem, put the holy Jews of the city to the sword. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • See, Stuart is like all the rest of the blood thirsty criminals in D.C., … ya seel hundreds of thousands more brown people will be killed because he's arrognt enough, he's evil enough and doggonnit Satan likes him! Franken Tells Pickens To Blow it Elsewhere « Antiwar.com Blog
  • The sight of the fireball was followed by a sonic boom as the meteorite exploded into thousands of pieces over Barwell near Leicester. Times, Sunday Times
  • My hair was matted and wild -- my limbs soiled with salt ooze; while at sea, I had thrown off those of my garments that encumbered me, and the rain drenched the thin summer-clothing I had retained -- my feet were bare, and the stunted reeds and broken shells made them bleed -- the while, I hurried to and fro, now looking earnestly on some distant rock which, islanded in the sands, bore for a moment a deceptive appearance -- now with flashing eyes reproaching the murderous ocean for its unutterable cruelty. III.9
  • Thousands of people applied for the 200 seats available for the public at the reburial. Times, Sunday Times
  • The organisers are hoping that families, schools, groups and businesses will plant thousands of sunflowers. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thousands of people flocked to the Malton Racing Stables Open Day, when 18 stables around Malton and Norton opened their doors to a fascinated public.
  • Slips, trips and falls are a very common cause of accidents with hundreds of thousands of incidents reported each year.
  • Previous workers have attributed these differences to changes in rheology, i.e. brittle faulting in sandstones v. more ductile folding and faulting in dolostones.
  • Her verbal spontaneity ruffled far too many feathers even if it attracted admiration from thousands of radicals and feminists.
  • Thousands logged on to view the live Internet broadcast of the concert.
  • Thousands of people can live in a hutong which is made up of hundreds of quadrangular courtyards each surrounded by four homes.
  • 'I knew a case once where an heir who expected a large sum of money was bequeathed a family Bible, which he threw into the fire, learning afterwards, to his dismay, that it contained many thousands of pounds in Bank of England notes, the object of the devisor being to induce the legatee to read the good Book or suffer through the neglect of it.' The Triumphs of Eugène Valmont
  • Throne of God, by tens, by hundreds, by thousands, the harmonious and multisonant salutation of all the Voices. The Captive
  • Thousands of miles of unspoilt coastline, isolated and untouched lakes and pristine mountain ranges are there for the discovering.
  • Island on the L.S. is one of the worst quick or moveing sand bars Which I have Seen, notwithstanding all our precaustons to Clear the Sands and pass between them (which was the way we were compd. to pass, from the immence Current & falling banks on the S. S.) the Boat Original journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804-1806
  • In the seven games that they won the young squad travelled thousands of kilometres, lording it over 191 other contesting schools.
  • Thousands of animists joined the Church in 2000 and 1000 adult catechumens are scheduled to be received this Easter.
  • Thousands of visitors are set to descend on York when the five-day festival of horse racing and pageantry comes to the city in June next year.
  • The loss of the plant led to thousands of children dying from malaria, tuberculosis and other treatable diseases.
  • But the 38-year-old house husband proved he has an eye for a bargain by claiming a basketful of prizes worth thousands of pounds.
  • Inside are row upon row of metal shelving on rails, containing thousands of boxes stacked to the ceiling. Times, Sunday Times
  • The first cycle initiated in the early Paleocene and represents a transition from Cretaceous marine turbidites and shales to subaerial fluvial sandstones and conglomerates.
  • There are thousands of film festivals around the world, many as welcoming to the casual visitor as they are to movie industry bigwigs. Times, Sunday Times
  • The increase will hurt small business and cost many thousands of jobs.
  • Since then thousands of artists have tried to bottle up its bright metallic sheen for themselves. The Sun
  • Even after all these thousands of years of human settlement, the vastness of Majipoor was such that ample room for expansion still remained. LORD PRESTIMION
  • Thousands of pounds worth of property have been stolen from properties on the outskirts of town in recent weeks.
  • Then, the bubble burst and thousands of investors were ruined.
  • Snorkelers can have a grand time floating just 30 feet above the stern, watching the divers below and the thousands of fish that live in the wreck.
  • Developers and speculators were left holding thousands of new unsold condos creating the greatest buyer's market ever experienced in this part of the world, i.e. the supply (glut) of new condos far outnumbers the demand. Herd Mentality As it Applies to Real Estate in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
  • Gwyn continued trudging across the sands as the last rays of light slowly faded to purple streaks across the sky.
  • This led to a communal bloodbath in which hundreds of thousands were killed and many thousands more were expelled from their homes.
  • Colorado Plateau sandstone is nearly totemic in texture and color: voluptuously carved by wind and water, bared to a glory of sunset colors.
  • European missionaries converted thousands to Christianity.
  • Since Active Directory can scale to hundreds of thousands or even millions of objects, it's necessary to carve up the Active Directory database into sections, called naming contexts.
  • Thousands of leaflets had been given to motorists passing through and 1,000 had been hand-delivered to addresses in the city centre.
  • Thousands of people perished in the earthquake.
  • The sweeping tall palm trees fringing the edge of the beach, seemingly bowed toward the sea, as if trying to dip their frowns over the white sands to reach the ocean for a refreshing drink of its cool water. "Best" Beach
  • On the ‘dinosaur coast’, near Scarborough, the footprints of a diplodocus show that the sandstone there was laid down 150 million years ago.
  • Then they would disband the defeated regime's army, turning hundreds of thousands of trained soldiers into disgruntled potential insurgents.
  • Thousands of turtles drag themselves onto the beach and lay their eggs in the sand.
  • The pulse of war that beat from the West suggested the companionship of battling thousands; here was naught but silence, and himself, and possible death-dealing bullets from a myriad ambushes. War
  • Thousands of young people are facing long-term unemployment.
  • Under the sands and scorching sun of Arabia. Times, Sunday Times
  • The company's reputation suffered when it had to recall thousands of products that were unsafe.
  • As I looked at these mines with their thousands of grinning natives and heard the rattle of gravel in the "jigs" my mind went back to Kimberley and the immense part that its glittering wealth played in determining the economic fate of South Africa. An African Adventure
  • Mindless bots, driven not to dominate but to sell, sign up for thousands of free email accounts every minute, sending millions of spam messages from them.
  • That misprinted movie name is in hundreds of thousands of copies of The Great Unraveling; it will linger forever in the minds of many people who, like us journalists, don't know that there's an error to look for.
  • The heavy rain since Thursday has also caused flooding in many other parts of the city, inundating thousands of buildings.
  • Indians lived thousands of miles on every side from the sea, and had never seen it, yet they talked of the _pobbo mae re u_ -- the immense water; (_pobbo_, water; _mae_, great; _re_, the; _u_, an expression of magnification such as our _oh_). Across Unknown South America
  • Either it had been moved by someone, or something as was more likely, or it had been covered by the shifting sands of the desert.
  • The tuffs are associated with subordinate sandstones and siltstones and minor lava.
  • When you reach the Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge, just south of town, mountain-bike a trail network among thousands of migratory birds, then cap it off with a swim in the nearby bioluminescent bay.
  • Her bold actions have elevated her to the status of national hero and prompted thousands of offers of marriage.
  • The company has been accused of mis-selling products to thousands of elderly investors.
  • Castro brooked no opposition to his régime, and many Cubans started to flee the island, first by the hundreds, then by the thousands.
  • Situated on an elevated rock outcropping 15 km from Kurdjali, it has been regarded as a sacred site for thousands of years.
  • We saw long tailed ducks - thousands of them, packed together in rafts hundreds of metres long.
  • Like other presidents, Obama will appoint thousands of officials to his administration, and many high-ranking officials, including most members of his Cabinet, will have to be confirmed by the Senate.
  • Not only English society, but Indian princes and princesses, American millionaires, and Continental aristocrats attended this ball attired in sumptuous costumes worth thousands upon thousands of pounds. Mansions of Mayfair | Edwardian Promenade
  • With its quicksands the river usually drowns a few unwary visitors every season.
  • Unemployment soared, thousands emigrated and the national debt spiralled out of control.
  • This territory has lush green hills, azure blue skies and spectacular beaches where the loudest noise you will hear is the sound of a coconut dropping to soft white sands.
  • Not only was Sheryl one of the fastest women beach sprinters ever to scorch the nation's sands, she was also a title-winning paddler on the Malibu board and surf ski.
  • The birds spread across a rising slope of snow furrowed with ditches worn by thousands of penguin feet.
  • Tourism is Scotland's biggest industry, injecting at least #2.5 billion a year into the economy and employing hundreds of thousands of people.
  • Today, on the Sunday closest to what used to be called Armistice Day, thousands will gather around war memorials, in country churchyards and civic centres to remember the dead of armed conflicts since 1914.
  • He hugged hundreds of babies, shook thousands of hands and cut ribbons at new universities, high-tech factories and a hospital.
  • Once school districts begin busing thousands (millions?) of children to NFL games for field trips, then maybe the comparison will be a little more genuine. Opera versus the NFL, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • “Some 1,700 apsaras sicare carved on the walls of Angkor Wat alone; thousands more – individual in dress, hairstyle, and ornamentation – appear in almost every Angkor temple, Hindu and Buddhist alike.” Angkor Wat Interactive on National Geographic | Angkor Wat Apsara & Devata: Khmer Women in Divine Context
  • This is going to affect thousands of people. Times, Sunday Times
  • The subway froze in its tracks, and thousands of people found themselves trapped in stuffy box cars and pitch-dark tunnels.
  • Judge Porteous also engaged in corrupt conduct after the Lifemark v. Liljeberg bench trial, and while he had the case under advisement, in that he solicited and accepted things of value from both Amato and his law partner Creely, including a payment of thousands of dollars in cash. The Volokh Conspiracy » “Judge Thomas Porteous Impeached by U.S. House of Representatives,”
  • Thousands of people turned out to welcome the England team home.
  • As someone who has self-harmed, years ago, but also more recently, I can really identify, as I'm sure thousands of others do.
  • •In New Jersey, native vegetation is mixed oak forest on well-drained upland sites over sandstone, shale, diabase, and basalt. Ecoregions of New Jersey (EPA)
  • As thousands of holidaymakers head off in search of the sun, most will have remembered to pack the sunscreen to protect their skin from the harmful rays. Times, Sunday Times
  • The batteries that power the electric motor cost thousands.
  • It amounts to a dark basement with shelving filled with film cans, reel-to-reel winders, thousands of press clippings and photos, stickers, flyers, and a tiny radio.
  • Perhaps ongoing sandstorms in the desert will provide time to reinforce overstretched supply lines (although they are also doing tremendous damage to the equipment of the coalition forces).
  • Thousands of cuneiform tablets and ancient Christian, Muslim and Jewish manuscripts are gone.
  • The mountainous Mid-Coastal Sedimentary ecoregion lies outside of the coastal fog zone and is typically underlain by massive beds of sandstone and siltstone in contrast to the volcanics of Ecoregion 1d. Ecoregions of Oregon (EPA)
  • We weren't being asked to play riffs thousands of times until we got it right. The Sun
  • For the past six weeks tens of thousands of people have packed into stadiums and arenas to be in the presence of Madonna. Times, Sunday Times
  • They are also massively supported by volunteers who undertake thousands of hours of unpaid labour. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tens of thousands of anti-abortion activists are set to take part in Monday's annual " March on Washington" to mark the 34th anniversary of a Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion.
  • The Sedimentary Subalpine Zone ecoregion is found southeast of Yellowstone National Park, in the overthrust belt, and in the northwest corner of the Bighorn Mountains in areas underlain by faulted and folded Mesozoic and Paleozoic sedimentary rocks (limestone, dolomite, shale, and sandstone). Ecoregions of Wyoming (EPA)
  • Thousands of pounds worth of drugs were seized in dawn raids yesterday.
  • Thousands of riot police will be lining the streets amid fears that either anarchists or terrorists will attempt to disrupt proceedings.
  • The Mpumalanga government on Tuesday warned that fraudulent licence syndicates, that issued thousands of fake drivers licences from former homeland testing centres throughout the province, had now moved their operations to major cities such as Witbank. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • It is thus unlikely that the bulk of the Carboniferous detritus could have been derived by recycling of preexisting Silurian sandstones.
  • The Mercury said there were fears that the event, in which thousands of mostly adolescent girls parade bare-breasted wearing traditional beaded skirts, had become a target for pornography syndicates.
  • In the SOFAR channel, low frequency waves may travel thousands of miles before weakening.
  • Still relatively pricey, but much more affordable than spending tens of thousands of pounds on your own polo pony. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Banaue creations, covering thousands of hectares, are the world's finest example of rice terracing.
  • Arriving at the pickup point early, she honked the horn and kept on honking until Peter finally appeared and descended from a high embankment on a slideway of fractured sandstone. From This Beloved Hour
  • With hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of other rare breeds there, managers are also taking steps to improve security.
  • Thousands of foreign criminals are at large as the Government struggles to deport them, figures published yesterday show. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sands, a local attorney and former state representative, has been the target of Democratic Party mailers and phone calls castigating him for his work defending criminals in court. billingsgazette.com
  • In the first week of January, thousands of guilt-ridden people signed up for fitness courses or embarked on diets.
  • But with only a nonworking model available in late June, getting thousands of units on store shelves by the fall seems a stretch.
  • The current batch of 11 twentysomethings were chosen from thousands at open auditions. Times, Sunday Times
  • For over 40 years he was one of the men responsible for literally bringing thousands of sick people to hospitals all over the country.
  • It was partially stripped and disassembled, basically thousands of parts in boxes and no directions!
  • A country festival had brought together thousands of people; they pressed about the Emperor, who had mingled with the throng, with ringing shouts of "eljen" [_vive_]; they danced the csardas, waltzed, sang, played music, climbed into the trees, and crowded the court. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern — Volume 5
  • The cowboy's life was far more prosaic than it appears in modern legend, consisting mainly of endless hours on the trail surrounded by thousands of bellowing beasts. The American Nation: A History of the United States to 1877
  • Schools are closed and thousands of health workers are fleeing the country. Times, Sunday Times
  • Botanists will divide the world of plants into hundreds of thousands of different species.
  • It is a brilliant feeling to get up on stage and perform in front of thousands of people.
  • Thousands of sunseekers flocked to Britain's south coast on Sunday to enjoy the last remnants of summer.
  • As Martin Luther King Jr. told us, "Now is the time to lift our nation from the quicksands of racial injustice."
  • Today tens of thousands of individuals suffering from chronic pain have benefited from transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, which relieves chronic pain without drugs or serious side effects. Mail Call
  • Most of us find them unattractive, though there are thousands of rodent fanciers who dote on their well-groomed rat-pets.
  • A ban on this horrendous daily cruelty to thousands of animals would impact on the profits of food producers.
  • The downdraught from the rotor raised a miniature sandstorm. SKORPION'S DEATH
  • On Feb. 20 thousands of people rallied at the university campus in the support of the hunger strikers.
  • Its massive sundials and other structures are a geometry of red sandstone inlaid with dazzling white marble, more like works of modern art than scientific instruments.
  • The scarves twirl round and round thousands of heads. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thus Helen of Troy may have been a bewitching casus belli — and her elopement with Paris may have led to the deaths of thousands — but in fact she was acting with aret é ; she showed herself to be in close attunement with Aphrodite, who demanded an obedience not only to herself but to the imperatives of the heart. The Gods Return
  • The huge sum has been set aside for payouts to tens of thousands of patients who suffered blunders in hospital. The Sun
  • ETHIOPIA-KENYA: Dam "busters" say Gibe 3 puts thousands at risk photo: PIB of India/Photo Division, Ministry of Information WN.com - Articles related to South Asia businesses and tourism hit by air crisis
  • Thousands of homes across York are to receive a pre-election video from the city's Tory candidate in the May poll.
  • Thousands of self-employed high earners face a crackdown as part of a new government drive against tax avoidance. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the regional game of water politics, thousands of years of pharaonic civilization is Egypt's royal flush. Thirsty Egypt Clings Tight To The Nile
  • Thousands of lives and thousands of head of cattle are lost every year due to floods.
  • She accused the government of minimizing the suffering of thousands of people.
  • Some company will have been paid an enormous sum, they will spend thousands more reprinting notepaper and convincing us it's a good idea.
  • The only way to make them economically viable is to intensively rear British farmers in huge barns where thousands of them can be kept in semi-darkness and fed mashed up, infected sheep pellets.
  • Excellent marksmanship is one of the key skills required of the marshals, who work in very compact spaces often tens of thousands of feet in the air.
  • We searched other major valleys sporting outcrops of the same volcanically derived sedimentary rocks, which are exposed across thousands of square kilometers of mountainous terrain.
  • This program posts news to thousands of machines throughout the entire civilized world.
  • The media is investing hundreds of thousands of dollars into microtechnology because they see that as the big breakthrough in making the viewer of a sporting event more excited about what they're watching.
  • What a pity thousands of work-shy layabouts don't think the same way. The Sun
  • This historic church has been sanctified by the prayers and praises of countless thousands who have worshipped within its walls.
  • Like the Hawaiian Islands, the tropical Marquesas Islands are extremely isolated and all flora and fauna present are the result of long-distance colonization and in situ evolution for thousands to millions of years. Marquesas tropical moist forests
  • The British beef crisis was damaging to the livelihoods of thousands of people in the industry.
  • The lack of regulation and enforcement of safety standards led to thousands of deaths in coal pits.
  • The America Reads program employs about 29,000 work-study students to tutor tens of thousands of elementary school kids, making measurable improvement in reading skills.
  • Designed nearly a century ago to be all things to all people, it Chaplin-esquely tries to straddle thousands of rapidly fragmenting micro-niches, a mainframe in an iTouch world. The Newsweekly’s Last Stand
  • The laser will use infrared light with a wavelength of 1.06 microns, which is thousands of times shorter than radio waves.
  • There are thousands of unfilled jobs in the hospitality and retail sectors but applying without experience can be daunting. The Sun
  • But it was aimed mainly at attracting small business and we needed to replace thousands of lost jobs.
  • Bernie Madoff got caught running what he called a hedge fund; thousands of uber-financiers are making off with billions running an even larger ponzi scheme that is perfectly legal. Leo W. Gerard: Q&A With Responsible Pension Investment Expert Thomas Croft
  • Thousands of bank employees are facing redundancy as their employers cut costs.
  • There are thousands of ways that people drop hints about the need to lose weight. Times, Sunday Times
  • The youngster beat off competition from thousands of other hopefuls to get through to the final eight with the song Ever Since that Night.
  • I have another who is tall with long legs, a beautiful face and the kind of pillowy lips people spend thousands of dollars on injections for, and yet it's her hips that are the problem. Aspen Times - Top Stories
  • They also collected thousands of skulls and bones, attempting to address basic questions about race. Smithsonian Mag
  • Some canny moves in the three weeks until the end of the current tax year can save you thousands of pounds. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thousands of university students are getting their first taste of financial freedom this week. Times, Sunday Times
  • The regiments of Fleur-d'Orange, Millefleur, and Eau-de-Cologne covered themselves with glory: they sabred many thousands of the enemy's troops.
  • The war dragged on, costing the lives of many thousands of civilians and servicemen.
  • Ansel Adams' photographs of the American wilderness are now worth thousands of dollars.
  • Between them they will buy more than a million tickets for thousands of shows.
  • SACRAMENTO -- Thousands of tea party supporters in red, white and blue rallied for conservative causes Sunday at McClellan Park in Sacramento, as speaker after speaker denounced big government and excessive federal spending. MercedSun-Star.com: front
  • Thousands of tulips, pansies and forget-me-nots, together with venerable lilacs, wisteria, spireas and deutzias (many from the 1930s Annette Hoyt Flanders renovation) dominate the spring show of flowers.
  • $1,500-$2,500 can avoid a threatened court case that would seek $150,000 in damages. just wasn't proper to sue thousands of people this way, because the people have no real connection to one another (a question of "joinder"). Ars Technica
  • It is hoped the overhaul will make the museum a showpiece regional attraction which will bring thousands more visitors to the area.
  • The folklore of the ancient Dogon tribe of West Africa dates back thousands of years and speaks of the star Sirius B, which was invisible to the naked eye. Supernatural - Paranormal, ESP, Occult
  • He was cheered to the echo and, a trifle remarkably, joyously, and continually, waved to the thousands who were acclaiming him.
  • Sandstone beds within the conglomerates are locally planar cross-bedded.
  • Perhaps it would be a little shore crab that betrayed itself by scuffling down amongst the corallite or sea-weed, perhaps a little fierce-looking bristly fish, which shot under a ledge of the rock all amongst the limpets, acorn barnacles, or the thousands of yellow and brown and striped snaily fellows that crawled about in company with the periwinkles and pelican's feet. Devon Boys A Tale of the North Shore
  • Despite a government campaign to depict the victim as a drug user and thief, Egypt's independent press refused to drop the story and thousands of Egyptians staged silent vigils to demand justice.
  • In rural areas, thousands of farmers had installed capacitors on electric water pumps to run these on two-phase supply meant for household use.
  • If he were to tell the truth it would provoke Newton into the next carriage across the Sands.
  • Schools are closed and thousands of health workers are fleeing the country. Times, Sunday Times
  • Fire, the most basic source of radiant heat, has been known to man for many thousands of years, and was probably used to roast meat spitted on green wood far back into prehistory.
  • The sandstone is widely used in buildings and walls in the area, giving it a distinctive character.
  • He estimated its half-life to be in the tens of thousands of years. FLOATING CITY
  • It inconveniences thousands and thousands of air travelers and disrupts the system, but it assures the security of the system.
  • Thousands of Victorian workers joined educational associations in an attempt to better themselves.
  • She called the ankus ‘an elephant management tool that has been in use for thousands of years.’
  • It assists tens of thousands of refugees from the Central African Republic and runs special feeding programs for school children and for thousands of malnourished children and pregnant and lactating women. UN Suspends Food Aid Deliveries to Chad Through Libya
  • Soon after leaving the Blackheath, we descended from the sandstone platform by the pass of Mount Victoria. Chapter XIX
  • A glum opening gala, transport and ticket errors mean thousands queue for hours. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thousands came forward to enlist in the army. The American Nation: A History of the United States to 1877
  • I imagined how this very township must have looked - that silent starlit night when the three Wise Men plodded along the silvery sands to greet the birth of a new born baby.
  • Total SA has agreed to buy UTS Energy Corp for C$1.5 billion ($1.42 billion) in cash, twice the amount the French oil major offered for the Canadian oil sands developer 18 months ago.
  • It spawned two sequels and encouraged thousands to leave Britain for rural France. Times, Sunday Times
  • Today there are thousands of immigrants who live and work here driven underground.
  • Others became hysterical, possibly suffering from hypothermia, while thousands more suffered exposure and frostbite. Times, Sunday Times
  • He also complains about the 6000 buckboards for the colonels, thousands of saddles for the cavalry, and hundreds of airplane engines that were never used in the war. Mamas Don't Let your Babies grow up to be Soldiers!

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