Definition of 'and'
Example sentences containing 'and'
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It only brings shame and ridicule to the organisation with them in it. The Sun (2016)We would have gone further but were interrupted and had to stop. The Sun (2017)They were carrying bits of wood and what looked like bats. The Sun (2016)Failing health bodies will be named and shamed when the cancer data is officially released this month. The Sun (2016)He was found guilty and sentenced to another ten years yesterday. The Sun (2016)It has enabled us to try and stop people getting us into a cycle of aggravation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Mercury is in your prize chart to add luck to lottery tickets and deliver exciting news for a family. The Sun (2017)And of course it hurts me. The Sun (2016)Offenders will be named and shamed over public address systems. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Try to compact your thoughts into one or two sentences and then make yourself stop. Christianity Today (2000)You can refresh at the bar or pick from restaurants and snack stops. The Sun (2011)Sailing courses and diving are also available. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Most of it is made of cardboard and wood and still looks like a stage set. The Sun (2013)They are serving a life sentence of pain and misery. The Sun (2006) Courses in business and management filled by far the largest number of places in clearing last autumn. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You can find more reviews and news on their website. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The members of the gang were brought to trial and sentenced to life imprisonment. Twentieth Century History - Basic Facts (1985)He was at the next bus stop and wanted to take me to a dance. Times, Sunday Times (2006)And of course there is the punishment of those who cheat. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And the good news is experts reckon the sunshine is here to stay. The Sun (2006)Far too many sentences and paragraphs end with a row of dots. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Darling could have stopped here and it might have been better if he had. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The beach is wide and backed with dunes and pine woods but the town itself has little of interest. Collins Traveller - The Algarve (1993)The moon of love shines on you tonight and could set up a meeting which transforms the way you see your future. The Sun (2009)It's a great shame and he deserves better. The Sun (2010)It caused so much controversy that the scene was cut at the time and is seen tonight for the first time in full. The Sun (2011)Do a little dance, make a little love and get down tonight. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Give the pavilion a sniff - it smells of tar and wood. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Our financial sectors are making life very difficult for small companies involved in the defence sector and it is about time they were named and shamed. The Sun (2009)Still we can't help hoping it is tonight and we keep thinking we hear "on our way' noises. Sand In My Shoes: Wartime Diaries of a WAAF (2006)
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