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That athlete won three times in a row in this tournament.
We have to win seven times in a row to win this tournament.
She put her CDs in a row on the shelf.
There's a row of ants coming in and out of the kitchen.
The incident came less than a week after a rowdy town hall meeting in which Scott was involved in acrimonious exchanges with critics of Obama's proposed health reform.
Alternate forehand and backhand shots -- then see how many you can do in a row without goofing.
She thanks you by giving you a piece of delicious home-made apple pie. This happens several days in a row.
Then she continued along a row of artichoke plants, her head bowed, always at that dramatic pace.
The Man Angel was lighter - than - air and had paddles like a rowboat that the aviator could pump.
HIDDEN behind a row of trees and a rusted barbed - wire fence on a rutted dirt road in the Ecuadorean jungle, Shushufindi 61, a pit in which oil waste is dumped, is hardly a beauty spot.