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There was no bath with our room - a major drawback for anyone returning from a long walk and in need of a good soak. The Sun (2016)They're hungry, in need of a good scrub and pining for their luxury lifestyles. The Sun (2016)Exeter are in need of some good results - and quickly - given their perilous position just above the drop zone. The Sun (2016)People from local restaurants and cafes have been taking hot food to those in need. The Sun (2015)It had been using four of the expelled charities to get food to people in need. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Is she going through a growth spurt and in need of more food than last week? The Sun (2016)But those in need of comfort food should look elsewhere. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You generally feel in need of a good tonic. Life Without Work (1994)This is one man in need of a good joke book. The Sun (2007)They live with their mother and they always look grubby and in need of a good meal. The Sun (2008)Both parties are evidently in need of a good slap. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Another thing slowing the singer down was that he is clearly in need of a good kip. The Sun (2006)In any case, how do you know that they really are in need of the goods? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Then they are told that there is another family, just as in need of money as they are. Christianity Today (2000)Had you been in need of the money, the great end would have been that we should meet again. Daniel Deronda (1876)He has played beautifully at Lytham, like a man still in love with the game and still in need of the money. Times, Sunday Times (2012)At the time I was halfway through my PhD and in need of extra money. Times, Sunday Times (2011)From a distance they all look dapper, but on closer inspection some blazers are threadbare, missing buttons and in need of a good wash. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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