How To Use Ut. In A Sentence

  • It has half a bad novel inside it so I've never quite brought myself to throw it out.
  • She is an enigma wrapped in a riddle trapped in a really bad haircut. Times, Sunday Times
  • I didn't open my mouth until he talked himself out.
  • At parties, it is like being in a maze: one constantly has to jump in the air in the hope of seeing a way out. Times, Sunday Times
  • Unless you're willing to bone up on the subject, you're better off to assess his technical ability by asking for references and checking them out.
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  • A reduced short chain fatty acid concentration has also been reported in pouch contents from patients with pouchitis compared with those without.
  • Thanks to her doctor’s recommendations she finds herself feeling decafargic by noon. cardiacpopups – the messages that popup on your computer when you are in the middle of an important project and warn you that your computer is about to conk out. on 07 Sep 2007 at 5: 52 pm Kimberly defurrify – to remove pet hair/dander from a person or thing on 07 Sep 2007 at 6: 12 pm Heather Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Writer Unboxed’s CONTEST, CONTEST!
  • Either way, the full story of this apparent scandal must come out. Times, Sunday Times
  • It gave the dish a very subtle flavour, that Port-Salut.
  • Firefighters said a man had taken off a valve before realising gas was still leaking out. The Sun
  • A sudden gust of wind blew his sunshade inside out.
  • Mycoinsecticides are fungal sprays that work on insect pests from the inside out.
  • He wonders if the different influences might not cancel each other out.
  • Dozens of deep scars and pits ran across the length its snout.
  • Trained by Mark Tompkins and ridden by Philip Robinson, Babodana made his move about three furlongs out.
  • The mud at the entrance to the nest had kept the rain out.
  • The filly's head whirled around and she nickered softly before fumbling toward me, nudging my palm as I held my hand out.
  • We see him speaking with Budd, trying to convince him to watch out.
  • I grew chilly when the fire went out.
  • Each year one vicious habit rooted out,in time minght make the worst man good throughout.
  • Or you could look into hydrogen because even though natural gas is in ample amounts … it will run out. Think Progress » Deficit Peacock Evan Bayh Hits ‘Far Left-Wing Blogs’ For Criticizing Obama’s Spending Freeze As Too ‘Austere’
  • We could have taken the okie-doke route and been forgotten about. Grammy nominees, all full of glee
  • The white fleshy oviduct is extruded, and the eggs are squeezed out.
  • Cascades of earls, rubies, sapphires, diamonds and tortoiseshell hatpins, 76 items in all, poured out.
  • All moderating influences within the party have been weeded out.
  • When prices fall, commodity producers can maintain profitability by cutting costs or increasing output.
  • Quickly she left the room to go search for a clean tissue to wipe the cut.
  • It is sad, very sad to watch a great champion being beaten in a one-sided fight where he cannot offer any meaningful counterpunch, which is what boxing is all about. undefined
  • In the middle of the white wormy thing, which fills the entire shell, is a green blob about the size of a small sprout.
  • Some people go to alcohol recovery centers in order to dry out.
  • Pot into individual containers once they are big enough and grow on until they can be planted out.
  • Haven't seen remake, so I think my perceptions of the Wenders flick were relatively uncolored by expectations of what I thought it was ‘supposed to’ be about.
  • Supposedly olive oil is the only oil that can be shampooed out. Head Lice and Shame « Colleen Anderson
  • But one day he disturbed her privacy and barged into her room, presumably to force more work on her, while she had it out.
  • If we look dumb enough, someone's bound to come and help us out.
  • Remember, the brick walls are there for a reason. The brick walls are not there to keep us out. The brick walls are there to give us a chance to show how badly we want someting. Because the brick walls are there to stop the people who don't want it badly enough. They're there to stop the other people.
  • I'm still unsure about this one; it could turn out really cool, or an absolute disaster ... my main motivation is that i don't wanna spend money on a haircut. decisions, decisions purchase any of the following: Kindle, iPod Touch, or MacBook Archive 2009-02-01
  • Eventually they were all bought out.
  • This bizarre balance ofartistry andseveral layers of humor is consistent throughout. Movie Review: A Town Called Panic (My Choice for Best Animated Film of 2009) | /Film
  • From the time that I was tall enough to peer over the low, white-painted wall behind the goals, I would attend Easter Road: week in, week out.
  • The designers designed a terrific pirate galleon and a thrilling Lost Boys' hideout.
  • Ambition never dies until there is no way out. 
  • Even supposedly essential functions are subcontracted out.
  • Only a bit of string looped round a nail in the doorpost held it shut.
  • It is with narrow-minded people as with narrow-necked bottle; the less they have in them the more noise they make in pouring out. 
  • You're a con man and a money-grubbing sellout.
  • At least one type of signal in the set of signals is synchronously averaged to provide an unisonous output.
  • Burke cast a cursory glance at the menu, then flapped it shut.
  • The total eclipse begins when the Moon is fully inside the umbra, but it won't be completely blacked out.
  • His mother's liniment was prime stuff, and allowed him to move the limb often enough to keep the kinks worked out.
  • Sadly, because we found our wine so late, and things have been hectic with a sick 9-month old here at the LENNDEVOURS world headquarters there wasn't time for a full-fledge review, meaning that I didn't taste it blind or even pull my notebook out. Wine Blogging Wednesday
  • Taormina fell behind with a rough start in fencing, which is new to her, but made up the gap quickly in the swim and overhauled the leaders in the run to finish with 5,704 points in her debut. USATODAY.com - Athlete of the Week breezes through Windy City
  • We need to turf the Democratic party out.
  • If the current year plays out like the last, that will have to be cut. Times, Sunday Times
  • He declined to comment on the time frame for another discount rate cut.
  • Some guys will suffer burnout. The Sun
  • Despite disagreeing with his colleagues, he has defended their right to speak out.
  • After Passover, I called Avi again ... and was told to call back after Yom Haatzmaut. English-writing Israeli-bloggers
  • And how much they wriggle about. The Sun
  • After two hours her patience gave out.
  • By night they roost in the gently flowing shallows of the Platte, shin-deep in cool water, or else on sandbars, giving them warning against any predator that might come splashing out.
  • When he fell from the cliff, he beat his brains out.
  • The two sides remain sharply polarised, and periodic attempts to bridge the wide gulf between them have fizzled out.
  • Tony Blair showed impeccable timing by leaving his job just before the economy went phut. Archive 2008-11-01
  • The hunting dog lolled its tongue out.
  • For a good part of the beginning of the trip, I space out.
  • I replied that we daren't go until we saw a reasonable chance (if I knew anything, we'd wait a long time for one), and so we bandied it to and fro and got no forrarder, and finally went to bed, played out. The Sky Writer
  • This being Los Angeles, and me being a hick from the sticks, I was only a few feet away from asking the shorter guy for an autograph, when I chickened out.
  • So he insists he will have to win the fight with a knockout. The Sun
  • Conclusion Laparoscopic pyloromyotomy has characteristics of safety, minimal invasion and rapid recovery. What's more, it has satisfying cosmetic effect. It's worth routinely carrying out.
  • We fenced in the garden to keep the sheep out.
  • This is the proposition that I hoped the government would deny, or at least remain agnostic about.
  • If that's supposed to be Utopia, include me out.
  • His exceptional talent at putting acrylics and oils together on board and letting them ooze is a lesson on how to do this kind of thing and all those kids in ARI-land should get down to the Wynne and check it out.
  • Sure, Loughner babbled about favorite right-wing pet causes and hallucinated that his "enemies" were Democrats, but if his enemies hadn't been Democrats, they would have been other kids at school, or mean bosses at work, or the IRS or any of the other targets that crazy people tend to obsess about. Henry Blodget: Are Wackos With Guns Just a Fact Of Life in America?
  • The ancient way to settle a quarrel was to choose a leader from each side and let them fight it out.
  • Failing to do so imperils his chances by giving us nothing to be excited about, much less to work for and a likely dismal voter turnout.
  • The flame was glorious - radiant with the colours of antique knighthood and the flashing gallantries of the past; but no substance fed it; flaring wildly, it tossed to and fro in the wind; it was suddenly put out.
  • I can just see the edge and I kind of pry the frame apart and slide it out. Asimov's Science Fiction
  • We've had enough, John. We want out.
  • The days / evenings are drawing out.
  • In time, like all corruptible passions of the flesh, this one would simply burn itself out.
  • Then they are like, talking late one night and Tammy blurts it out.
  • He lay looking at the ceiling, trying to puzzle things out.
  • Barbie, Toys “Я” Us machine guns—these are “charged objects,” contaminative; they represent the dog-eat-dog world, the obsessively competitive culture that synagogues and mosques and churches strive to keep out. The Barbie Chronicles
  • The Kensington High Street rag reckons chuggers—paid workers who stop you in the street and persuade you to give over your bank details for charity—are well on their way out.
  • I was hit on the head and passed out.
  • That it doesn't matter if you cheat on your wife, so long as she doesn't find out.
  • I never watch TV - I'd rather be working - so if I'm at home, I zonk out. Times, Sunday Times
  • The intense fire that resulted built up enormous pressure in the hall, forcing thick black smoke under those bedroom doors that were shut.
  • More intensive rehabilitation activities with chronic and elderly patients were ruled out.
  • The meeting ended on a sour note with several people walking out.
  • I establish, since it is clinically relevant, that you have not, in fact, had the penectomy and vaginoplasty yet, and are merely scarfing down hormones and getting all your facial hair yanked out. M.D.O.D.
  • Another example is the overworked ‘Prelude in C sharp minor,’ where he avoids extra-added stringendos in favor of a steadier tempo throughout.
  • But they are my responsibility, and it's always heartbreaking if a hive dies out.
  • This secret is bound to get out. The Sun
  • Tradition took root and the ball has heralded a new beginning almost every year since - in 1942 and 1943, during World War II, the ball was temporarily put out of commission by a war-time "dimout. TIME.com: Top Stories
  • The tabbouleh will be the starch, so pasta is out. Archive 2006-01-01
  • In the fields outside of Darik, the pure sound of two clashing swords rang out.
  • You give your ropes a tug and pull all the other man's pegs out.
  • I often start work at the crack of dawn when there is a big order to get out.
  • They meant sea trout, sea trout. Times, Sunday Times
  • The boxing champion was finally counted out.
  • They cannot fly or dive yet and they spend the next few weeks just floating about. Times, Sunday Times
  • Between short scenes – aiming presumably to distil the essence of Faulks's novel but actually stripping it of atmosphere and verve – swathes of prose are just read out. Birdsong; On Ageing; The Big Fellah; Yes, Prime Minister
  • The little kids did not like what we said and had their compasses and dividers out, ready to give us a poke so we scooted out.
  • The moths swarm together for a moment, then disappear like candle flames going out.
  • “Exremism in dee fence auf offentide Bibliothik ist nicht sehr gut.Think Progress » Vandals hit at least five Dem offices nationwide, threaten to ‘assassinate’ children of pro-reform lawmakers.
  • In a typical game of badminton, contestants expend as much energy as in running a mile; singles games give the most vigorous aerobic workout. Times, Sunday Times
  • Mr. Smith has a bedroom in our house but boards out.
  • Nevertheless, the voluptuous figures that adorn his ormolu mounts and the fluidity of his designs gave Linke's pieces their characteristic blend of ancien regime and Art Nouveau, that made them stand out.
  • An independent appeal panel cleared her in July 1995 after doubt was cast as to the accuracy of the tests carried out.
  • Mandarin numbers shot up while junior admin staff were cut. The Sun
  • In the meantime, the miserable gits who can't be bothered with the print version will have to do without.
  • She specialises in conveyancing, probate, wills and matrimonial work, and in her spare time enjoys skiing, sailing, riding, theatre and eating out.
  • Nearly one in ten were conned by fake companies claiming they'd get their payout. The Sun
  • In the Apollo period there was a strong negative correlation between budgetary input and scientific output. Infinite in All Directions
  • The four tug at slim underwear and an "X" appears on each's mouth as an explicative is bleeped out. Calvin Klein Marks Its Spot: China
  • The doctor told him to breathe in deeply and then breathe out.
  • Those with their backs to the action get swivel chairs and video monitors in the wall so they don't miss out. Times, Sunday Times
  • I'd be very grateful if you could arrange for this work to be carried out.
  • The weather invokes a metaphysical sense of coming apocalypse, signaled by the bells that continue to toll throughout.
  • And final confirmation of my poor state of mind from lack of sleep came when Mark returned from going out.
  • The most direct financial incentive to prevent rubbish is to charge people by the amount of rubbish they put out.
  • Some observed that basketball has now become more of a show than a sporting event, with dancing and music and a variety of interactive elements that fill every pregame, postgame, halftime and time-out.
  • Without warning, the lights suddenly dimmed and began to go out.
  • At the annual holiday banquet, for instance, one employee each year wins the "Kraut" award -- a silver plate displayed at the front of the office -- along with a jar of sauerkraut. Top Small Workplaces 2007
  • Whatever one believes, the accident has left deep anxiety among sailors who have just graduated from naval training and are about to ship out.
  • All this is not to say that the exhibition is unstimulating or worth forgetting about.
  • I myself am suffering from having a paucity of exciting ideas / happenings to post about.
  • Apart from paintings he produced a good deal of graphic work, including numerous book illustrations in lithograph and woodcut.
  • In fact, I don't know how I'd managed if he hadn't taken my part against the merchants in Calicut. Spice and the Devil's Cave
  • Only the old verger allows himself no rest, and still rings the service in and out.
  • The untitled volume lay undisturbed for more than 150 years and was found during a clear-out.
  • A typical exchange of views between city-dwellers: nothing to get fazed about. COMPULSION
  • Fire-engines turned out as soon as the fire broke out.
  • The foreshore and seabed being owned by a subset of New Zealanders instead of all New Zealanders is what the billboard is about.
  • Consumer spending accounts for about two thirds of national output. Times, Sunday Times
  • There were thirty or forty people there, which was an excellent turnout.
  • It's odd how there's no mention at all of how the terra cotta warriors, the namesakes of the show, came about.
  • It is also a sovereign remedy for the dreadful _chiragra_ or gout. Japhet in Search of a Father
  • Sportswriters love midseason trades because they're fun to write about.
  • When encountering headachy thing to generate undesirable sentiment, not oppressed in the heart, and should think way its sparse release comes out.
  • This enabled him to make contacts, as did a stint as an independent scout. Times, Sunday Times
  • When the material is then sieved and the finer fraction sent to the assay furnace the gold particles could stay on the screen and be left out.
  • The engines are fuelled by liquid petroleum gas, which means that there is no risk of a fire breaking out.
  • You the real friend who walks in when the rest of the world walks out.
  • That was one of the talents I - as Jake, never Andrew - had acquired over the two years of captivity, both in the juvie circuit and out.
  • They upturned four tubs and all the flowers were thrown about.
  • It will help you understand your tax responsibilities as a newly selfemployed person and remind you of responsibilities that you might not otherwise know about. Times, Sunday Times
  • With drink and festive cheer in excess, it's easy to throw caution to the wind and find yourself acting recklessly on a Christmas night out.
  • We should emphasize that there is nothing particularly ethical about the market system as a mechanism for distributing output.
  • She's questioning whether she can stay with a man who can lash out. The Sun
  • In place of teeth it has the well-known substance called whalebone, which grows from the roof of its mouth in a number of broad thin plates, extending from the back of the head to the snout. Fighting the Whales
  • Other measures in the plan include new lane markings, anti-skid surfacing and several hundred yards of bus lane on Brighton Way up to the roundabout.
  • Three years of huge losses forced the bank to seek a government bailout.
  • Believe me it's far more difficult to know what to say to an unconscious loved one than the movies make out.
  • If both the numerator and denominator have common factors, then we can cancel these factors out.
  • Exceptions are the zampogna, the musette, and the uillean pipes, which have double reeds throughout.
  • The upside of this setup is that it can accept either balanced or unbalanced signal input.
  • The embossed invitations to my birthday party ran out. Times, Sunday Times
  • I stayed low until we approached the roundabout. Dusty Warriors: Modern Soldiers at War
  • The Annamese all chew betel nut.
  • With some discs, it might not much matter; however, this album is not just a collection of songs that could be shuffled about.
  • Pink Elephants on Parade" and "When I See an Elephant Fly" are the only songs that stick out.
  • This way good, bad and indifferent teachers will be spread out. Times, Sunday Times
  • If pilots eject into enemy territory, there will be procedures to get them out. The Sun
  • Neither the preliminary interview nor the consultation seemed to define what patients actually worried about.
  • He came to believe that working people, poor people, put down and stepped upon, had to organize if they were going to clean up the slums, fight the corruption that exploited them, and get a handhold on the first rung of the ladder up and out. Bill Moyers: Saul Alinsky, Who?
  • Put the top back on that felt - tip pen or it will dry out.
  • All those eligible will receive a cash handout.
  • The three day's march laid the soldiers out.
  • But I picked up the Geodesica omnibus from the SFBC and I am totally getting Saturn Returns when it's out. Back on Cover Art
  • In New York, families of fire-fighters and other victims argue over how vast compensation packages are parcelled out.
  • Sam and George try on their costumes, expressions like ‘wow’ and ‘cool’ are randomly spurted out. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Tom’s Review Forum
  • The only character who sees through the subterfuge is the ex-CIA agent, abandoned by his country, whose life of dirty deeds on behalf of The Company prepares him alone to understand his role and dig his way out. Hullabaloo
  • Who knows, after a few steins you may even be able to understand what he's growling about.
  • To examine expression levels, muscle samples were taken from three body positions (anterior, middle, and posterior) of red and white muscle of five parr and five smolt rainbow trout.
  • The cock's breast is tinged with chestnut.
  • She never overplays her role nor underplays it - in essence, she was the perfect choice for this role and makes a stunning cinematic debut.
  • Also outstanding are the eye shadows, in an array of flattering colours that really stay put. Times, Sunday Times
  • And he rubbished the idea that people in Britain no longer go out. Times, Sunday Times
  • They cut trees for canoes and dug garden plots for the plants they had carefully transported from Polynesia - taro, banana, yam, coconut.
  • Many argue this would keep the country moving while suitable public transport alternatives are worked out.
  • If there is nowhere to stay, we'll have to camp out.
  • A new tell-all book on the family is coming out.
  • He also told the meeting how there was scope to expand facilities at the hospital - both in outpatients and the range of surgery carried out.
  • Old Chicago execs decided not to push wine by the bottle, though bottles are available if customers seek it out.
  • Silver, Gold and Premier Card holders receive all these benefits plus discounted room rates, upgrades and late check-out.
  • Former detainees still campaigning for justice have also been singled out. Times, Sunday Times
  • Once a snake, a mamba, got under the grain bin in the store hut. ON CATS
  • Any vato out there who has had a lady like that in his life knows what I am talking about.
  • She rushed to a nearby pub to get help when the row broke out.
  • It is low tide, which will help to carry the swimmers out. Times, Sunday Times
  • I have no problem with giving a kid a sandwich for lunch if it helps his parents get by while they are down and out.
  • A couple more flicks of the switch adjust the flame height and heat output.
  • Any end joints should also be beveled with a miter cut.
  • The sun is finally out in Calgary, and despite a quick thunderstorm this afternoon, things seem to be drying out.
  • A band drummer stood behind the veteran reading, to give a drum roll after each name was called out.
  • The woman strode past him with a disdainful sneer and entering the temple, glanced about.

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