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was always the right answer to this gentleman, the chorus of NO was very strong.
The young lady raised her eyes from her palette, scanned him from head to foot, and alighted with admirable sagacity upon exactly the right answer.
The right answer to that question was not easy to find at a moment's notice.
He and Dunsford had worked at the subject together on Philip's skeleton, asking each other questions till both knew by heart every attachment and the meaning of every nodule and groove on the human bones; but in the examination room Philip was seized with panic, and failed to give right answers to questions from a sudden fear that they might be wrong.
uk Pointless The Travel Game Pointless The Travel Game A MINI version of the board game based on the popular BBC One quiz show where the most obscure right answer is the best answer.
To MOTORSPORT JAMIE STRICKLAND receive boos even though you haven't done anything wrong, but to overcome that and to give the right answer on the track, it makes me very proud.
To receive boos even though you haven't done anything wrong, but to overcome that and to give the right answer on the track and finally get that acceptance I think we're all looking for as racing drivers, it makes me very proud.
His name was randomly picked up in a draw involving 1552 people who gave right answer to a question.
There were a total of 1,500 participants who gave the right answer to the question "What is the name of pearl merchant in the Gulf?
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As creative industry colleagues, you will be only too aware of the mental anguish we go through in our search for right answer or the best way.
They must put the money on the right answer in order to move to the next question - and so on.