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arrived early, thanks to good weather
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he feels better now, no thanks to you
but thanks to you, we won’t do it again.
may i also say a word of thanks to all the people who sent letters.
thanks to your help, we were successful.
but when that day approaches, it will raise awkward questions of a postwar balance of power in the pacific that has been kept largely thanks to the us presence.
thanks to past underinvestment, australia cannot get as much stuff out of the ground or onto ships as it would like.
but thanks to its improved terms of trade, australia gets more for its wares than it did.
debt has its advantages, however. for instance, it can be cheaper than equity finance, thanks to tax breaks.
thanks to your explanation , it「s clear to me now.
but now, thanks to technology, more and more small businesses are finding customers and competitors all over the globe.
we’ve heard that a million monkeys at a million keyboards could produce the complete works of shakespeare; now, thanks to the internet, we know that is not true.
thanks to this collaboration, he not only managed to deal with his alcohol problem, but also obtained supportive permanent housing for himself and his dog.
to be sure, war, violence and poverty are still with us and we as mankind are probably more aware of these problems worldwide than ever before thanks to advances in technology and communication.
i would like to express my warmest thanks to the doctors.
i have given thanks to god for delivering me from that pain.
thanks to the speed at which working code can be written and the lack of a time-consuming compile cycle, interfaces can be up and running in minutes and usable not long after that.
thanks to the exertions of a few sensible and courageous men, the compromise was accepted.
thanks to its reliance on income taxes, america—by some measures—has the most progressive tax system in the oecd.
but now fast fashion, the cheap way to keep your wardrobe full, is coming to an end, as low cotton prices have risen thanks to disastrous harvests in asia.
thanks to a new eu directive, insecticide labelling will be more specific.
finally, thanks to all of my reviewers their assistance.
the old man gave thanks to me.
thanks to this format, i can tackle larger, more realistic projects than what is typically possible in a scenario dreamed up just for an article.
forecasters say that, thanks to the rising sea level, it will go up and down ever more frequently, and may be overwhelmed by 2030.
the price of gas has not recovered as quickly as that of oil in recent months, in part thanks to the success of firms like xto in producing more of the stuff.
but that’s changing now, thanks to the development of online databases.
this year they are up by a quarter, thanks to more traffic and higher tolls.
support for these new features across the board will be possible, thanks to the semantic convergence of the leading aop tools.
thanks to recent research, effective treatments are available.
thanks to these donations, the poorest of the poor are receiving the best-quality medicines on offer.
my wife and i were having dinner in another aspen restaurant with another friend, who, thanks to investing with madoff for 20 years, had recently retired to a life of golf and skiing.
thank you for helping us make something of our lives.my heartfelt thanks to you, dear teacher.
second, thanks to cheap flights and communications, people can now stay in touch with the places they came from.
i would like to propose a vote of thanks to our host.
thanks to the growing importance of cyber security, both at the government and commercial level, many of these students will find work in the field upon graduation.
that success is partly thanks to good luck, in the form of booming commodity prices.
they were quickly drawn back to the real purpose of the night thanks to torres」s intervention.