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‘We used a lot of jump-cuts and flash-cuts because thoughts happen that way - they come and go suddenly.’
‘They stand alone, but can also be experienced as a lightning-quick montage of jumpcuts.’
‘There's a jump-cut from the boy stealing his father's car to the moment three days later when his body is found in the water.’
‘Slick dramatic lighting and a varied, enjoyable color design smooth out the film's disjointing plot jump-cuts and occasional coincidences.’
‘Presented in black-and-white documentary-style, with jumpcuts and hand-held shots, the spot dissolves to quick cuts from Ryan's speech before the Trumbull County organization.’
‘It's nice to see Toback working with a decent budget, and the editing is very interesting: many of the dialogue sequences are filmed entirely in master shots, jump-cutting between takes instead of cutting away to alternate angles.’
‘Right on cue, we jump-cut to a 2003 Corey dressed like it's 1989.’
‘The scenes run on or jump-cut into one another.’
‘Zany jump-cuts throughout and an impressive supporting cast that includes the hilarious Janeane Garofalo as Matthew's wife make this wild-goose-chase-turned-revenge-plot refreshing and consistently funny.’
‘We jump-cut in time, meeting everyone from a prostitute turned schoolteacher to a father who dials his disappeared daughter at a sex-shop number where no one ever answers.’

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‘Well, they were right, in that it was a place for someone much older, not a jumped-up bloody loudmouth like me.’
‘Some jumped-up City type has even worked out Beckham's different market values as an individual, married or divorced.’
‘And if that's what they want, they should never change just for the sake of being able to spend a bit of time with some jumped-up idiot.’
‘These jumped-up guardians of the yellow lines show no respect for man, beast or the Scottish team.’
‘Here is an example of jumped-up twits hurting the party through personal animosity.’
‘When you add to this a jumped-up ego, fuelled by the environment and training given to firearms officers, the result is clearly depicted by this sad case.’
‘Then some jumped-up English playwright wrote about this whole fracas.’
‘Doesn't he look like the most obnoxious, jumped-up school sports team leader of your youth?’
‘So they're just going to treat you like any jumped-up creep of a musician and ignore you.’
‘His message is that nobody can get a wage rise unless they accept less time with their family and friends, longer hours at work, and endless bullying from jumped-up managers.’
‘Jubilant jumped-up managers all over the country embarked on a new aggression against the people who do the work.’
‘How can I get her to lay off without sounding like a jumped-up cow?’
‘‘And I, for one,’ replied Sara hotly, ‘will not be bullied by a jumped-up little hoodlum.’’
‘It is surely the end of the line for these jumped-up bureaucrats with lots of power and not much sense of their democratic responsibilities.’
‘And we thought they were all just jumped-up waitresses.’
‘His jumped-up, passionate nature has already minoritised him with the US media and selective segments of power.’
‘He was a jumped-up Austrian, a loner, always excluded from picnics and parties, and to compensate he always felt he had to be on top of his game.’
‘Plato does not provide any consoling myth at all for the jumped-up dictator who claims to know what is best for the people.’
‘But surely making a jumped-up Hollywood star look like a pillock is big and clever?’
‘Told you no bunch of jumped-up mages can stand against your parents.’

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‘One penalty point separated gold medalists Germany from Switzerland in the equestrian team showjumping, while Brazil beat France in a jump-off for the bronze.’
‘Out of the starting field, only six horse-and-rider combinations went clear in the first round to qualify for the jump-off.’
‘In the jump-off, riders compete against the clock, as well as the course.’
‘Six riders made it through to the timed jump-off to chase three tickets on offer to the Hickstead-staged final.’
‘From a starting line-up of 44, nine made it through to the jump-off.’
‘Anyway, I thought it would make an interesting jumping-off point for a novel.’
‘Later this year, teachers will begin using that same presentation as a jumping-off point for classroom discussions.’
‘On the drive to Baptism Creek he told us that the point where trips begin are known as jumping-off places.’
‘There are plenty of other people worth noting, but as a jumping-off point, this will do for now.’
‘Although she doesn't see herself working in politics long-term, her current position has been a great jumping-off point.’

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‘As he walked down the driveway he was jumped on and beaten with a blunt instrument.’
‘About 10 attackers jumped on top of me, punching and kicking me.’
‘He made a charge for goal and jumped on the goalie.’
‘Then one of them jumped on us and we fell against the police car.’
‘Now I keep looking around expecting someone to jump on me and attack me.’
‘Drew and Matthew rushed forward and jumped on the Russian.’
‘In a second Kyle jumped on Darren, slamming him to the floor and punching him in the mouth.’
‘She is jumped on and beaten by a man who steals her fur coat.’
‘The 32-year-old was jumped on by three men as he walked down Coggeshall Road, Braintree, just after midnight on Saturday.’
‘I didn't have very much time to think into this though because suddenly someone jumped on me, knocking us both backward.’
‘It is the type of case anti-euthanasia campaigners jump on as evidence of what a tolerant regime can lead to.’
‘I also remember how many times Roone was jumped on by the critics when one of his many news or sports experiments tanked.’
‘And why were the media so quick to jump on the story, pillory it, and then refuse to acknowledge their own participation in producing and promoting the hoax?’
‘In Florida, several local newspapers have jumped on the story.’
‘I don't really blame his critics for jumping on this - I'd probably do the same in their shoes - but the evidence of outright falsehoods is fairly limited.’
‘A number of newspapers have jumped on a sentence or two in the report to try to twist it into a condemnation of the administration's policy.’
‘Be it politics or religion or sports or even raising my own damned kids, there is always someone eager to jump on me for the things I say.’
‘Now before you all go jumping on me for being intolerant, I'll tell you all a few things about being intolerant.’

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‘Proponents of the reform said it was needed to put the postal saving system's massive deposits into the hands of private investors and provide a strong jump-start to the economy.’
‘To give the sweet peas a jump-start on the season, lightly scratch the seed coat with sandpaper and soak the seed in water overnight.’
‘That will give your preparer a jump-start on filing your return.’
‘And they all more or less got their jump-start as a result of the Native Federation of Alberta.’
‘But she also hopes that the government - which authorized the work - will give them a jump-start financially as well.’
‘The timing of this legislation could not have been better for the technology industry - an industry that is in dire need of a jump-start in spending.’
‘Get a jump-start on your competition with some pre-season cross-training.’
‘Since I want to be fired up 100% of the time, a new perspective is always a great jump-start for me.’
‘It relies on a 15-play script to give the game a jump-start, but that didn't happen in the first half.’
‘Because the team was so bad, a number of young players got jump-starts on their careers.’
‘That means getting a jump-start for next year over the guys who are in it this year.’
‘The oxygen is designed to give skin that's tired and sallow a jump-start.’
‘A jump-start on a pro career makes sense - assuming there is a pro career, and this is the area where allowing high school players in the draft gets dicey.’
‘She is keen to work here and if she got the right offer she would jump at the chance.’
‘That meant players felt they had to jump at any offer that was on the table or risk losing it.’
‘We would jump at the opportunity to work with the right director or choreographer.’
‘With little or no attention from her demanding husband or her extremely self absorbed grown-up children, Shirley jumps at the chance of a two-week vacation to Greece with a divorced friend.’
‘He jumps at the chance of working at the Royal Observatory in Australia.’
‘Even though he was in his mid sixties and had just survived a serious illness, Hoet jumped at the offer of new employment.’
‘Cirque du Soleil is back in town at the Royal Albert Hall and so naturally when the offer of tickets came up I jumped at it.’
‘When the opportunity to rejoin Bedford arose, he jumped at the chance.’
‘So when he invited me along on his business trip to Miami, I jumped at the opportunity.’
‘Napier City soccer coach Charlie Howe would jump at a top rugby coaching job if it was offered.’

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‘This, of course, served to jump-start the local automobile industry.’
‘Brazil, Argentina and other countries in the region jump-started their economies with liberal economic policies.’
‘The board also established new jobs for seasoned construction pros, including someone to jump-start its stalled and troubled school projects.’
‘Good nutrition during that period really jump-starts the recovery process.’
‘By cutting back once a month, perhaps as a way of jump-starting a healthier eating plan, you could rid yourself of a lifetime of excess calories.’
‘Chill cosmetics in the refrigerator to jump-start sluggish, hot skin.’
‘Gnat came back from her trip supercharged in some odd way - a week with cousins, older cousins, jump-started some portion of her brain.’
‘Respondents report that they jump-start strategic initiatives by funding them above normal spending limits.’
‘We work in a very open environment to promote a free flow of communication, but this meeting really jump-starts it.’
‘The cut, which would be the Fed's ninth this year in its effort to jump-start a flagging economy, would push short-term rates to their lowest levels in nearly a decade.’
‘These writers do not present the only way to jump-start our sluggish sense of wonder.’
‘The occasional high-rep set, however, is an excellent tool for jump-starting a stalled routine and turning up the heat on lukewarm muscles.’
‘What you need is a jump-start, a spark that will get your motor running and take you from zero to 60 as fast as possible.’
‘Ian Morgan said he changed his vote after Wilson stopped to give his car a jump-start with only 45 minutes left until the polls closed.’
‘Fuel deliveries and jump-starts also fall into this category.’
‘He asked if the guys could give him a jump-start.’
‘The male passengers were asked to get out and help push the bus to give it a jump-start.’
‘A Hounslow man who got into his car to give his relations' car a jump-start, was arrested for drinking and appeared at Feltham court last week.’
‘Flat tire assistance, fuel delivery, lockout service and jump-starts are all included, up to $150 per incident.’

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‘The omens didn't look good when the intrepid explorers had to jump-start their old bangers to reach the end of the street.’
‘A surprising number of optic injuries are caused by bungee cords, sparks from using tools or jump-starting a car, or from flying champagne corks.’
‘Have you ever been able to jump-start a car that seemed to crank OK but wouldn't start on its own?’
‘He was actually really nice, the way he offered to try to jump-start the car.’
‘The first thing you want to remember when jump-starting a car is that a slight possibility of explosion does exist.’
‘Taking a skills clinic can jump-start your mountain-biking education by compressing a lot of information into one or a few days.’
‘I hope these suggestions will serve to jump-start the maintenance transformation process and provide a fundamental strategy for rethinking and reengineering Army maintenance.’
‘The terrorist attack blew a gaping hole in that landscape, but nothing else fundamental has changed in the city's economy - which suggests that a vigorous rebuilding would jump-start the area all over again.’
‘There's a push on in China to jump-start the semiconductor sector.’
‘He said our role is not to jump-start your campaign and all of a sudden make you competitive.’
‘The removal of regulatory and other structural impediments to private sector investment could also play a big role in jump-starting the foreign investment drive.’
‘In an effort to jump-start stalled talks, federal mediators have offered binding arbitration to Northwest Airlines and the company's mechanics.’
‘The chief of the Taiwan-based foundation visited China in October 1998 in an unsuccessful bid to jump-start the stalled dialogue.’

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‘Too much sensitivity will make the lights too jumpy, which increases driver strain.’
‘There must be more relaxing ways to reach the last eight, but via their third bumpy, jumpy display in a row, France finally got there last night.’
‘Excellent, a whole meal of stomach butterflies, jumpy heartbeats, racing pulses, and having to watch my step.’
‘Until we had moved three of four more stops up the line it was a jumpy, hesitant, tedious process.’
‘Then it turned and ran, the camera portraying a jumpy image as the guy ran.’
‘The script is remarkably similar which means there are too many very very short scenes which of course work brilliantly on film but here everything just feels jumpy and unfinished.’
‘Then the TV glows to life and fills with jumpy, amateur-hour footage of some kind of mass convulsion.’
‘Dressed in an orange jumpsuit and blue rubber slippers, he started running.’
‘They usually dress in stylish gray jumpsuits befitting of party animals.’
‘We love jumpsuits because they are everything fashion should be: flattering, easy to wear, sexy and hip.’
‘Among the garments are smart jumpsuits and form-fitting cardigans, loose sweat pants and comfortable singlets, and even party wear such as cropped tops and wraparound skirts.’
‘This uniform is a lot better than those tight jumpsuits we wore back in the day.’
‘I had the cloths for various jobs and classes, brown jumpsuits of workers, white business suits, yellow lab coats, and an array of green service outfits.’
‘He wore clothing that looked like a cross between a tuxedo and a jumpsuit.’
‘Their silver jumpsuits and oversized sunglasses added more flavor to the moves.’
‘He was wearing a white jumpsuit with some weird silver symbol on the shoulder.’
‘Some changed back into their uniform jumpsuits, but most just stayed in their underclothing.’
‘The pale blue of the wall sharply accented their silver jumpsuits, as they tried their best to remain ‘incognito’.’
‘They all wore matching dull silver jumpsuits, and all had shaved heads.’
‘Trade in her hideous orange jumpsuit for her usual couture!’
‘Lauren has regularly used band collars, epaulets, braid, pea coats, aviators' jumpsuits, and military tailoring as signs of crisp, effective women's attire.’
‘As the man got to his feet, firm muscles were outlined beneath the jumpsuit's sleeves.’
‘Participants are being urged to get into the spirit by pulling on tight trousers or a spangly jumpsuit.’
‘I was dressed in a black jumpsuit, a black coat, and black pants.’
‘They are stocky guys with full-faced helmets, gloves, and yellow jumpsuits made out of some thick material.’
‘He zipped up the black jumpsuit and gathered up as much ammo as he could carry.’
‘One example was dressing hostages in orange jumpsuits to mimic U.S. treatment of detainees.’

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‘The crash happened at 12.28 pm, close to the slip road of the junction on the southbound carriageway.’
‘The place was at the junction of two roads, one of which was parallel to a railroad line.’
‘Witnesses said that when the car hit Mr Kornelis, he was thrown 20 feet into the air and across the junction on to Railway Road.’
‘He didn't know why he was so jumpy lately, every little thing scared him.’
‘‘I can't believe you're so jumpy about where I'm coming from and what my angle is,’ I snap.’
‘I was jumpy, but in a good mood for the first time that week.’
‘We were so jumpy, we scooted off to wait outside instead.’
‘He was jumpy and apprehensive, and most likely wouldn't have been able to hit anything even surrounding the small oracle if pressed to.’
‘Kathleen winced as his temper rose; she was jumpy and nervous now because of his actions but once again surprised at his words.’
‘I couldn't sit still, I was jumpy and anxious especially about meeting Erica.’
‘Of course she would be jumpy, especially if she expected him to kill her.’
‘My palms were clammy, I was jumpy, and my parents were standing right behind me.’
‘He was jumpy, impatient; both things Mikey had never been in his life.’
‘She was always jumpy around everyone, rarely ever relaxing her guard.’
‘We stayed in Bali for about six weeks after the bomb and I was very jumpy.’
‘He was so jumpy at every sound he thought he'd overdose on adrenaline.’
‘But I was extra jumpy because my mom was in town visiting me at the time.’
‘She was constantly jumpy whenever someone mentioned my mother, and we eventually stopped hanging around each other.’
‘Fear makes people jumpy and apprehensive, and more apt to resort to violence.’
‘He was more jumpy than I was and he kept checking his watch.’
‘He says that since starting the job he is less jumpy and no longer afraid of the dark.’
‘That day, Sebastien had been feeling anxious and jumpy all day long.’
‘Usually I use it to calm my nerves if I'm jumpy for some reason.’

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‘To ensure public safety, access to the event will be via Union Street only and numbers will be restricted at the entry point at the junction of Union Street and Market Street.’
‘Bikes have their own lanes, traffic lights at junctions and dedicated road signs.’
‘Acceptance gaps can be created either by headways in a traffic stream or by traffic control devices such as traffic signals at junctions and pelican crossings.’
‘Now funds have been obtained to meet the long-standing demand for a roundabout at the junction of Mill Green Road.’
‘Longer buses are also far more likely to stop while blocking road junctions or pedestrian crossings, especially in heavy traffic.’
‘The man says he drove them to Carlow, dropping mother and son at the traffic lights at the junction of Kilkenny Road and Burrin Street.’
‘Strangely, the new system has not really reduced the number of traffic signals and junctions on either roads.’
‘These signs were fixed at pedestrian crossings, junctions in residential roads and even on posts in the woodland idyll of Ham Common.’
‘Police had to seal off the junction for more than two hours, forcing motorists to find alternative routes.’
‘Work is already underway on the site of the former Railway pub at the junction of Leigh Road and Lovers Lane at Howe Bridge.’
‘We went to the post office, crossing at the pedestrian crossing at the junction with Blagdon Road and returned as soon as she had finished to find a warden putting a notice on the car.’
‘Areas near the new traffic-signalled junctions, a service road and a new pond are also being landscaped.’
‘Paula and Daniel were left trapped between the car and traffic lights at the junction of Liverpool Road and Green Lane.’
‘As the cavalcade moved along the Inner Ring Road towards the junction, Arun took a right turn around the traffic island.’
‘The woman and her son were caught between the car and the traffic lights at the pelican crossing at the junction of the two roads.’
‘Traffic lights operate at the junction with the main road, a busy dual carriageway.’
‘A further measure to enhance road safety in this area would be to extend the double yellow lines from the junction of Manor Road down to High Fold Lane.’

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‘Adjacent cells are joined together at the junction of oppositely oriented elevations which have a small spine at the tip.’
‘It is observed in a variety of systems, from invertebrate neuromuscular junctions to neocortical synapses.’
‘The cells were surrounded by a basal lamina and joined by primitive junctions.’
‘These sensitive areas are known as acupoints, and are thought to link to nerve junctions in other parts of the body.’
‘He found that learning occurs at the synapse (the junction between two neurons) by several means.’
‘Immediately beyond is a junction with another stream joining from the left from Wisdom Tooth Passage.’
‘Even sponges show this capacity in the transient development of septate junctions between certain cells.’
‘A coordinated assault on five or more junctions in the 10,500 miles of pipeline that connect the five main Saudi oilfields could cripple the industry.’
‘Molecular analysis of repair junctions indicates efficient microhomology-mediated end joining.’
‘People keep saying it's this awkward union, but it's a great junction of two fashion superstars.’
‘The places where the emitter joins the base and the base joins the collector are called junctions.’
‘This structure is consistent with the mechanism of the particle formation, where growing insulin fibrils encounter other fibrils and link together to form junctions.’
‘Some are the meeting of meridian pathways while others are junctions with an internal pathway of the meridian.’
‘The best known of these are atrial receptors, which are nerves ending mainly at the junctions of the great veins with the atria.’
‘But it will be copied again and again, at junctions in the wider Internet, and so will e-mails sent by individuals.’
‘It is rare to find a simple right lymphatic duct that enters directly into the junction of the internal jugular and subclavian veins.’
‘Some surgeons prefer to have silk ties securing any junctions where fill tubes connect to prevent unintended separation during the procedure, but we have found that unnecessary.’
‘This gets a little bigger fairly quickly, and passes a couple of uninviting junctions, before entering a wide bedding passage with a stream flowing through it.’
‘I stopped at the junction that joined the studio with the main road.’
‘Another form of local communication is provided by gap junctions, which directly link the cytoplasm of certain cells and so allow the exchange both of ions and of small molecules between them.’

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‘Brind seemed somewhat rattled by a few disputed calls at critical junctures of the match.’
‘These events are examples of kernels - a critical juncture in the story.’
‘At this juncture, there is a desperate need for human contact.’
‘State and local governments are thus at a critical juncture.’
‘‘We really are at a critical juncture at the moment,’ says Stewart.’
‘Britain's economy has come to a critical juncture.’
‘I've seen other senators say that the most important speech perhaps at this juncture will be the one that is made by the loser rather than the winner.’
‘So what does Friedman think the European Union should be doing at this juncture?’
‘And so I am at that juncture where I entertain the idea of a second career.’
‘But at critical junctures in the history of astronomy, there is generally an overabundance of ideas on how to move ahead.’
‘That limits students' freedom during one of the most critical junctures of their lives.’
‘Farm families face business decisions at critical junctures in their lives; each one has an emotional component that must be addressed.’
‘Our nation is once again at a critical juncture.’
‘At this juncture you might be wondering about a couple of things.’
‘It also comes at an interesting juncture as Turkey makes its bid to join the European Union.’
‘Our affair is approaching a critical juncture.’
‘Clearly what was missing was experience and a more solid approach at critical junctures.’
‘On the other hand, to debate the appropriateness of a single currency union at this juncture may engender unintended results.’
‘We are at a critical juncture in the future of the EU.’
‘But at critical junctures in the post-war period, for various strategic and or economic reasons, national leaders opted for greater integration.’
‘However, do not draw at the point where two veins join as there is a valve at these junctures.’
‘These junctures are analogous to the contacts occurring in an annular solar eclipse, except that now the dark object is much smaller than the Moon.’
‘The repair works on Eagles Bridge juncture and the section connecting it to three other main city arteries caused hellish traffic jams during the week.’
‘After about a kilometer of corridor, they came to a large juncture where the passage intersected ramps leading both up and down.’
‘The adjoining infrastructure is over 15 km long and includes a new road linking the existing roads with the bridge and road junctures.’

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‘In June the weather is nice and you can enjoy the long evenings to relax in the town after a hard day at the circuit.’
‘In June this year, he ordered a crossbow with a laser targeting sight from the internet.’
‘The council will hear about proposed schemes for the centre in its June cycle of meetings.’
‘In June they offered her a place to stay until she could get her life together, he said.’
‘Indeed, the region was in the midst of one of its wettest Junes on record.’
‘One June morning, Hunt places an imposing purple box on the worktable in his office.’
‘In June I set up an inclusion unit to deal with people who do not fit the drug treatment system.’
‘In June last year, she became so ill that her mother came from the country to take her home to die.’
‘In June the country was praised for its disaster preparations in a Red Cross report.’
‘Stevens was jailed for three years and three months for the store raid last June.’
‘He added: ‘It's got to be one of the hottest Junes in recent years.’’
‘The June meeting will be a visit to Conderton Pottery followed by a meal at the Yew Tree Inn.’
‘By June last year his studies were complete, but Tyrone had a lot of ground to make up.’
‘They flower from March to June and disperse mature seeds from May to July in the second year.’
‘There are thousands of orchids and other chalk downland flowers to see in June and July.’
‘The revamped books are to be released three at a time each month from June until December.’
‘In June next year I will be free to talk to the third team or anyone else, but I try not to look ahead.’
‘Ballot boxes will be left to gather dust in the June elections, as every vote will be cast by post.’
‘The best time to do this job is between April and June, immediately after flowering.’
‘In June the sea was warm enough to swim in but the weather wasn't too hot for sightseeing.’

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‘It's a jungle of three letter acronyms and petroleum by-products.’
‘But the European airline industry remains an insane jungle of bizarre and complex rules.’
‘You send your camp's story into a veritable jungle of competing messages that bombard every parent and every child with whom you correspond.’
‘Here's a roadmap through the jungle of competing claims.’
‘They can bring learning alive and help young people through jungles of confusion, over rivers of problems and up mountains of challenge.’
‘We have managed to create a jungle of inefficiency, throwing money at administration rather than research.’
‘Perhaps, our urban jungle is just as bewildering for the old man and his daughter.’
‘I know it's shameless, but the publishing world is a competitive jungle and, hey, you have to grab what chances you can.’
‘He viewed the world as one where the law of the jungle prevailed and the strong could kill the weak.’
‘His colleagues, who recounted the story, called his decision prudent in a city ruled by the law of the jungle for more than a year.’
‘What is missing from the European mindset is the reality that outside Europe, there exists the law of the jungle.’
‘She'd taught him the law of the jungle, after all, and he didn't believe in double standards.’
‘In other words, a society must have a moral standard by which it is run, or else we enter into the law of the jungle.’
‘If we don't do this now, we'll allow the law of the jungle to pervade for the next million years.’
‘Otherwise, we simply have the law of the jungle.’
‘It's easy to write this off as the triumph of greed and the law of the jungle.’
‘After all, they are the ones who have forgotten that we no longer live by the law of the jungle.’
‘As described by one former CIA lawyer that is ‘the law of the jungle.’’

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‘The tops of the washing machines are covered by a jungle of well-watered pot plants.’
‘The shirt she wore looked so torn that he wondered if she had walked through a jungle of thorns before coming into the disco.’
‘I was finally able to crawl under the tree, and I soon found myself among a jungle of branches and leaves.’
‘From a distance, the island looks like a jungle of dark weeds.’
‘He says that the group had been working hard to improve the area around the sawmill dam by tackling the jungle of weeds, brambles and nettles that had grown up through years of neglect.’
‘But when I realised today that my weed jungle does not constitute a garden to potter in, I turfed them into the bin.’
‘My carpaccio was passable, but far too sparse and hidden beneath a jungle of foliage.’
‘A jungle of mechanical debris bridges the gap between the cavernous fore and aft holds.’
‘There was a jungle of ferns and bushes, blanketed with lichen.’
‘This will keep your garden from looking like a jungle of haphazardly placed plants.’
‘Often he would lie for hours, his elbows in the peaty soil, peering through a jungle of grass blades in search of those elusive musicians.’
‘We sit there sometimes, but prefer the front, which is more like a jungle of plants where coffee refills are 10 minutes apart.’
‘Dad borrowed the lights from her and rented a jungle of extension cords.’
‘She walked through bushes and reached a jungle of trees.’
‘It had remained hidden all this time under a jungle of wires.’
‘It's a jungle of images of places found ‘above ground’ at those sites.’
‘It's gutted, with big windows that aren't even boarded up, rickety balconies and a jungle of weeds out front.’
‘Surrounding him on all sides, was a jungle of cement and wires.’
‘‘We discovered all these terraces completely overgrown, under a jungle of vines and brambles,’ said Threipland.’
‘When he died, police officers had to cut their way through a jungle of junk, just to get his body out.’

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‘He followed the clearing cautiously, staying in the dense jungle surrounding it.’
‘They would travel from farm to farm, surviving for days in the jungle by eating crops and fishing in streams.’
‘Reporters no longer need to lug around bulky suitcases to carry their laptops and heavy satellite discs in to transmit news stories from remote places, dense jungles or mountain tops.’
‘Even so, every walk in a jungle where wild elephants, rhinos, buffaloes or tigers roam, is a tense experience, even if you do have an armed forest guard along with you.’
‘These people live there, they understand the jungle of the Philippines, they know what to do.’
‘Your guide will lead you through miles of old cane lands, tropical forests, and jungles rich with magnificent scenery.’
‘He had been traveling the dense jungles for what seemed weeks, months even.’
‘He fell on top of a colossal butte overlooking a dense jungle.’
‘Tourism here is still pretty much an adventure, with unspoiled beaches, coral-filled waters and dense tropical jungle inland.’
‘Later series saw the women marched through hostile jungle to a second camp.’
‘Both Ecuador and Brazil have stepped up military operations in the dense Amazonian jungles where they share borders with Colombia.’
‘For generations its farmers relied on the surrounding jungle for wood, grazing, fruit, herbs and building materials.’
‘Dense jungle alternates with steamy rice paddies and, as pineapple groves give way to coconut plantations, working elephants come briefly into view.’
‘This species, which lives in the wild in the jungles of Central Africa, is classified as endangered, under growing threat from the roaring trade in bush meat, coupled with the loss of their forest habitat.’
‘The farmers keep busy in their vast fields, whose crops are of a healthy golden-brown, while the creatures in the wild hunt and play in the shade of the tropical forests and the damp jungles.’
‘We walked though the dense foliage of the jungle.’
‘Not named were probably those animals which live exclusively in forest, jungles, mountains, wetlands, deserts, etc.’
‘By the late 1990s, about four-fifths of the population made their living doing subsistence agriculture in the jungles and highland forests.’
‘The Yucatan peninsula is a fascinating area covered by dense jungle and swamps, criss-crossed with rivers and scattered with ruins from the Mayan civilisation.’
‘Such terrain includes cities, jungles, and dense forests, but it also includes open terrain when it is mountainous or broken, affording the enemy numerous hiding places.’

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‘The colorful PC is likely to fit junior's bedroom or playroom décor.’
‘Want to send mom a DVD of junior's first Christmas?’
‘Just because Gramps was a great, public spirited man does not mean that junior, who has grown up with a taste for finery, will be the same.’
‘And the big toy chains are hopeful that while mom and dad may cut back on other parts of the family budget, they'll continue to splurge on toys for junior.’
‘I applied for his job, certain that I would get it as I had been his junior for five years, and I was confident I could do the job better than anybody else within the company.’
‘Neither Mr Syed, the locum consultant urologist nor his junior were present.’
‘Doctors warn there are not enough consultants to take over from the juniors, which could in turn affect consultants' day work and therefore increase waiting times.’
‘The drugs are collected from the pharmacy by the specialist chemotherapy nurses and handed to the consultant or to juniors in the consultant's presence.’
‘Brendan started his career in retail at the L&N, Dungarvan in 1983, where he worked as a shop floor assistant and as a junior in the Goods Inward Department.’
‘When Josie began her training juniors were expected to do the cleaning, including scrubbing the floors, and they were gradually taught hairdressing skills.’
‘His junior was unable to attend the court proceedings.’
‘It should be compulsory reading for all undergraduates and hospital juniors.’
‘A lot of experienced police officers are being bypassed for promotion while juniors are being elevated.’
‘I taught it to my junior who did the Blackburn Royal Commission.’
‘Ms Gold started in her father's business as a junior at the age of 21 and rose through the ranks to become chief executive trying to take the business upmarket along the way.’

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‘And, as a junior who is two victories away from another Final Four appearance, he said it only makes him more determined to stay at Duke.’
‘Older juniors and adult fencers compete in the Under-16, Under-19 or Senior divisions.’
‘Without these juniors, league football could be finished.’
‘He was at the helm in an unforgettable 1999 when the juniors went all the way to All-Ireland glory, and who is to say he won't again wave that magic wand to ensure a repeat in 2004?’
‘As a result of some of the initiatives undertaken by the club, some young juniors are already competing at regional events.’
‘Adults train mainly for traditional karate and self defence while juniors train mainly for sport and competition.’
‘The victors will parade at Lansdowne Road on the national holiday and the juniors at the same venue eleven days later.’
‘The juniors suffered a disastrous 7-1 defeat, while the men ceded with the minimum 1-0.’
‘A team of five seniors and three juniors will be representing the district this weekend at the NSW Country Championships in Bathurst.’
‘He added: ‘Clubs are continually trying to recruit juniors wanting to take up the sport and we can offer guidance to them.’’
‘His national victory came against fellow juniors - and adults - and he also came second in the national windsurfing Under-17s slalom series.’
‘So certainly with those amateurs and juniors, the administrators need to have a pretty good look at how they timetable different sports.’
‘The left-hander is Baseball America's 18 th-ranked prospect among juniors.’
‘It's the first of a number of new initiatives to improve the competition available to Britain's top club athletes, juniors and aspiring internationals.’
‘Now 18, though still young enough to compete as a junior, Sorrell has broken through.’
‘The undefeated juniors lead their group after home wins against the Czech Republic and Malta, and a draw with Denmark.’
‘Milltown juniors enjoyed a 1-9 to 1-5 victory away to Castledermot in the league recently.’
‘Two years before he would guide the international juniors to victory over their American counterparts with 33 points and 14 rebounds.’
‘I have seen some of our juniors compete because we've gone on a few trips and things.’
‘There is coaching for juniors each Wednesday from 3.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.’

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‘Currently, it enrolls approximately 2,500 high school juniors and seniors each year.’
‘Wall Street 101 is open to high school juniors and seniors.’
‘All high school juniors and seniors are eligible to compete.’
‘Why would he fall for introverted high school juniors?’
‘I'm still wondering why he's a junior in highschool when he could be one in college!’
‘I've been coming here since I was in middle school, and I'm a junior at wonderful Carmon High School now.’
‘This year, the high school juniors and seniors donned backpacks and rubber boots to help in a turtle conservation project.’
‘When she was a junior in high school, she went to the local community college and took Italian and Russian for two years.’
‘It targets high-school juniors whose grades don't reflect their true academic capabilities.’
‘By May of 1999, the foundation offered two scholarship programs and intensive SAT tutoring for high school juniors and seniors.’
‘On this day, Clemson offered scholarships to six high school juniors.’
‘One of the bloggers is a junior in high school, another is a recent college graduate.’
‘Choosing among programs can be quite bewildering for the rising high school junior or senior researching colleges and universities.’
‘He's a freshman in college and she's a junior in high-school for crying out loud.’
‘This fall, she will be dually enrolled at Simon's Rock College as a high school junior and college freshman.’
‘Scott and I are better, I'm a junior in high school and he's a sophomore in college.’
‘It was an anthology of insightful quotes, designed mainly for juniors and seniors in high school.’
‘There are special programs for high school juniors and seniors.’
‘Probably not, but they can successfully mix high school juniors and high school seniors in the same program.’
‘My older son Ryan was away at college while the other was home and a junior in high school.’

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‘Now it's only Sunday mornings, weddings, funerals, a carol service the week before Christmas and an occasional harvest festival for the local C of E infants and juniors.’
‘Teachers, pupils and parents at Brightside Primary School are jubilant about the successes and improvements since the infants and juniors merged two years ago.’
‘It brings together juniors and infants on one site, rather than a quarter of a mile apart on opposite sides of busy Bag Lane.’
‘Aimed at infants and juniors up to year 5, the site provides fortnightly challenges.’
‘But the money saved by not replacing the retiring head at Carlton will allow each school to afford separate teachers for infants and juniors.’
‘Play facilities specially constructed to cater for juniors and toddlers will be built next to Chiltern Primary School.’
‘Only the juniors have a crossing lady, the infant school children have nothing, so please slow down.’
‘Class sizes for juniors would also reduce, with an average of 25 pupils per teacher, down from the existing norm of 27.’
‘But last year there were only 149 infants and 266 juniors.’
‘He comes to school with his Mammy as she is teaching the juniors.’
‘The buildings will be modernised and refurbished for the 420 infants and juniors with large open teaching spaces with IT facilities.’
‘There are prizes for two age groups - infants and juniors.’
‘The inspectors recommended a partition to split the juniors from the infants or better still a separate classroom to be created.’
‘In the prescribed order infants, toddlers and juniors mounted Matron, were breathed upon, exchanged whispers, and given their Christmas present.’
‘Noeleen's juniors number eleven in total and are divided between junior, senior infants and second class.’

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‘Her husband Lee Hall - a Geordie five years her junior who leapt to international fame writing Billy Elliot, the story of a boy ballet dancer - leads an equally frantic life.’
‘There she would encounter the future Queen, five years her junior, who entertained the battered troops at the piano.’
‘In 1901 he married a second time, a science teacher called Evangeline Land, seventeen years his junior and the daughter of a prominent Detroit dentist.’
‘She was fifteen, nineteen years Kit's junior, when they married in 1843.’
‘I wondered, though, how embarrassed Casey would feel about being taught by a junior; someone a year younger than him.’
‘Sixteen years his junior, Tamara de Lempicka made her name by her mid-twenties.’
‘Why would Summer, almost twenty years her junior, and university educated, be attracted to Bridget?’
‘In 1966 a gate charge of 20 cents was introduced, with juniors up for five cents and those under 14 admitted free.’
‘A reconstruction of Carlo's final moments, however, reveals he was killed by a terrified youth three years his junior.’
‘Winifred, five years his junior, moved to Keighley from Newcastle in 1933 and worked at Wolsey's wool mill.’
‘Claudia, 70, works out with a trainer, still wears killer heels and is dating a man 20 years her junior.’
‘Fisher, too, says that, at 47, he has been told he has the health status of someone 20 years his junior.’
‘Most promising seemed the suggestion that he should marry Mary, queen of Scots, five years his junior, with the prospect of uniting the two kingdoms.’
‘In 1891 he met Lord Alfred Douglas, a young man sixteen years his junior.’
‘Serves him right for marrying a girl forty years his junior against her will.’
‘Abelard was a famous teacher and Heloise, 22 years his junior.’
‘With five marriages - the last with a guy 14 years her junior - under her garter belt, you might say Gibson doesn't believe in happily ever after.’
‘But this guy was alright, although I think he's probably four or five years my junior.’
‘My sister Suzanna was two years older than me, and Philippa, the baby, was five years my junior, which meant I had to look after her a lot, when Mum, who was a chef, was on a job.’
‘Instead, children were simply held back in classes with pupils many years their junior, through what has been described as a ‘sink or swim policy’.’

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‘Her ministerial appointments amounted to only eight women, only one of whom rose higher than the ranks of junior minister.’
‘If the top level politician remains too long in the saddle, the junior ranks may stagnate.’
‘Because you cannot necessarily always wait for a very junior rank to put themselves forward.’
‘In the Marines, he was a nobody with a silver bar, too junior to matter to staffers, too senior to fit in with the enlisted grunts his own age.’
‘Hospitals including the Royal, City and Ulster need to achieve a quota of junior doctors to maintain their teaching status in conjunction with Queen's University.’
‘Because that is an aspect we have understood makes staff and junior ranks very unhappy.’
‘I've been convinced that some of the young sergeants and junior officers never surrendered.’
‘Further problems arose when the health authorities made a highly critical assessment and withdrew the surgical unit's status as a training facility for junior doctors.’
‘The great John Dowling and so many other Kerry greats came through the junior ranks.’
‘Much of the decline in the total number of economists was recorded in the junior ranks of associate lecturer and lecturer, although the number of male lecturers is unchanged over the four years.’
‘She has worked hard to reach her rank, and junior officers do what she tells them, she says.’
‘Somewhere in the junior ranks of the new government is that figure.’
‘In her position as a clinical lecturer, Dr Khine would have been very junior to Professor van Velzen.’
‘The potential gains will include former ministers, junior ministers, TDs, and existing senators and other prominent candidates.’
‘The constant rotation of junior personnel through the ranks makes this unlikely, as does the oath of office sworn to by every soldier and officer.’
‘But with Tony Blair and Michael Howard now representing their respective parties, he is suddenly very junior to both of his rivals.’
‘From early morning the ministers, junior ministers, TD, senators and MEPs arrived to hear how they were going to turn the Nice campaign around.’
‘Already, ministers and junior ministers must give up their council seats upon joining the Cabinet or junior minister ranks.’
‘One of our most recent modules for junior hospital doctors is on the treatment of patients with status epilepticus.’
‘Scathing reports on the surgical department then led to the surgical unit temporarily losing its training status for junior doctors.’

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‘During the summer before my junior year of college, my sister announced her engagement to a man she had met in college.’
‘It helps to have lived in Tokyo for a year, as I did my junior year of college, to gain maximum enjoyment from this book.’
‘I took a Diaries and Journals class in college my junior year during the winter term.’
‘I first read this in my junior year in college, when I was studying in London for a semester.’
‘Like him, she was lost somewhere between her sophomore and junior years of college, working full-time to pay for an apartment in the city.’
‘When I was finishing my junior year at college, I began thinking about the path I should follow after I graduated.’
‘Zimmermann married his high school sweetheart, Ann Bagsby, during his junior year at college and joined her fundamentalist Church of Christ.’
‘I asked myself this question three years ago when I attended my first convention during my junior year of college.’
‘My awkward phase lasted for 9 long years and only began to whittle away during my junior year of college.’
‘Williamson, who left college after his junior year, is raw when it comes to running routes, and he had trouble catching the ball during some offseason practices.’
‘And so, before returning to college for my junior year, I ventured up the cliff to give it a try.’
‘My sixth and worst episode struck at the end of my junior year of college when I was overwrought about a recent breakup with a boyfriend and exhausted from school.’
‘Alex was their older brother, who was in his junior year in College, a whole four years older than Colleen.’
‘Both Mr.T and Johnny passed their junior year of College.’
‘She first visited it as a Smith College student during her junior year abroad in Geneva.’
‘They were on the road because it's during the summer after a high school player's junior year that college coaches best identify scholarship prospects.’
‘Most successful applicants will have taken at least basic journalism courses and have completed at least their junior year of college by summer 2000.’
‘Sophomore and junior years of college, I went out with a guy named Mark.’
‘My junior year in college, I remained in a residence hall, but my friends started moving into houses and apartments.’
‘Probably the best time of my life was my junior year in college, 1997, at Rice University.’

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‘The event gives the junior pupils from primary schools in and around Appleby a taste of grammar school life.’
‘In the summer you can see almost every junior pupil on the village bowling green at an after school club.’
‘These sessions are also open to junior infants in primary school where it enables parents to access employment or training.’
‘It was a fun way of returning to school after the half-term holiday for the pupils at the federated school that has its junior section at East Kennett and its infants' classes at Lockeridge.’
‘Almost 100 children from the junior section of the school on Edensor Road took part on Wednesday.’
‘Parents of pupils at St Peter's Primary School, which was close to the site of the incident, were advised to pick up their children from the junior section of the school which was worst affected.’
‘Education bosses have proposed to build the new 210-place primary school on the existing junior site by September next year, to remove 208 places at the two schools.’
‘The funds were raised at the Elder Avenue school after junior pupils took part in a sponsored stay awake for 12 hours.’
‘As this was during school hours, the junior members could not take part.’
‘These schools normally admit pupils from their junior department to senior school without sitting a further examination.’
‘The trust added that junior pupils tend to be driven to school, whereas pupils at secondary school are more likely to walk or take the bus.’
‘Most of the competitors were aged 11 to 19 but pupils from six primary schools took part in a junior section.’
‘A statement from the school said Mr Munro had achieved what he had set out to do, having overseen its transition from an all-age boarding school to a junior day school with a new nursery.’
‘Oldfield House Unit meets the needs of junior pupils with emotional and behavioural difficulties.’
‘The May fair raised more than £1, 500, which will help to pay for the construction of an adventure trail in the school's junior playground.’
‘The school's new junior wing opened in January and the tree planting has now marked the end of its successful first year as a primary.’
‘More than 60 junior children from the school will be doing different activities every week for the next year.’

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‘He was once a nationally-ranked Canadian junior tennis player.’
‘She pointed out that it would be encouraging to see young people getting involved and that perhaps a junior association could be formed.’
‘It is going to be a five-year project and I want to give back whatever I can to Swedish junior tennis.’
‘Much of the that money will be spent on rugby education programs, junior clubs and elite development of younger players.’
‘The family spent their summers at Ardmore in Waterford, where O'Callaghan is known to have played in junior tennis tournaments.’
‘Students who had set up and run a mini company under the junior achievement young enterprise programme were eligible to enter the competition.’
‘The junior team, with a very young side, were defeated last week in an away game to Barrowhouse in Division 3.’
‘At 11, she became the youngest Belgian junior champion.’
‘Last Friday a junior tennis tournament was cancelled as a result.’
‘Sporting activities have not been neglected, with events ranging from junior tennis to a South African title boxing match.’
‘Two young players were brought on for their first experience of junior football.’
‘Canadians also showcased a strong cadre of younger skaters in the junior events.’
‘There is a star rising, and rising fast, in local junior tennis.’
‘He then became the youngest ever junior world champion the following year.’
‘The club is continuing to expand the junior section and welcomes young people who would like to take up the game.’
‘For the older boys and girls there were quad bikes and for the young horse enthusiasts there was the keenly contested junior hunt chase, and pony club games.’
‘The club is supportive of local junior golfers by inviting young players and high school students to play the course free of charge.’
‘Wildlife Watch is the UK's leading action club for young environmentalists and junior members have the opportunity to collect badges.’
‘Matt and Chris are junior county tennis champions.’
‘The village has a busy sports and social scene with football, cricket and tennis clubs, plus junior football teams and uniformed clubs for the youngsters.’

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