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Example Sentences for "doing"

I don't want to be affiliated with that group in any way.

I totally disagree with their entire way of doing things.

War hero Eddie Rickenbacker once said that courage is doing what you're afraid to do.

There can be no courage unless you're scared.

The doctor said the patient was alert, and doing well.

With today's efficient household appliances, people have more time to sit around doing nothing.

Cicero once said that men in no way approach so nearly to the gods as in doing good to men.

The museum is doing tests to determine the authenticity of the painting.

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Research Institute for Social Development is an autonomous body which is responsible for doing research into issues of social and economic development worldwide.

You can't avoid doing your homework, so you might as well get started now.

Maurice Barres once remarked that the politician is an acrobat, he keeps his balance by doing the opposite of what he says.

The construction crew is doing some blasting at the site, so don't be surprised if you hear a big boom.

My boss was very blunt in saying that he didn't think I was doing a very good job.

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said that there is always a best way of doing everything, even if it be to boil an egg.

The kids all had a bout of the flu over the holidays, but are doing fine now.

It is difficult to breathe through your nose when you are doing vigorous exercise.

Sophie uses different sizes and thicknesses of brushes when she is doing a painting.

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