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Example Sentences for "special"

Local parents are concerned over the adequacy of the school's program for children with special needs.

The movie was very amateurish looking, with really crappy special effects.

In acupuncture, the body of the patient is pierced with special needles, at specific points, and at various angles and depths.

In Venezuela, when a girl turns 15, a special party is held to announce to society that she is now a woman.

The museum is putting on a special exhibit of antiquities from ancient Egypt.

Soccer's widespread appeal in the poor parts of the world is due to the fact that no special equipment is required, other than some kind of ball.

In 1980, China established four special economic zones in order to attract foreign investors, technology, and expertise.

In Norway, people have the right to speak officially to their King, so every year he receives hundreds of people in special palace audiences.

As an employee of our company, you are automatically entitled to a special discount.

My grandmother used to make big barrels full of her own special dill pickles.

Anne went to the spa for a special beauty treatment.

The mass ended with a special blessing for all those who had sons, fathers and husbands fighting in the war.

The Ewe people of Togo consider the birth of twins to be a special blessing.

The accident created a very special bond between the survivors.

Donna has a special bond with her grandmother because she spent so much time with her as a child.

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