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use "whole" in a sentence


In terms of challenges, we have faced them our whole life."

"I've lived in the little village of Salisbury here my whole life.

"But his whole view was, 'I'm trained to give a first class meal.'

Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.

Our schools have only had one snow day the whole year, Jones said.

It seems unlikely that Sarao's not trading caused the whole crash.

The whole area was closed off by GDR State Security, or the Stasi.

The whole issue of biking with children is one I find challenging.

The whole turf thing was big for us, and we fought that very hard.

They've made your whole year a little harder than it needed to be.

It's a really neat Clydesdale family throughout the whole country."

And of course I spent my whole life in business, working," he said.

You asked for the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth!

“I was really upset about the way they handled the whole situation.

How else could a bacon sandwich ruin an election for a whole party?

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