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use "aghast" in a sentence

Having reluctantly made a birthday cake for Nibbler, Bender is aghast to see Nibbler gobble it all up before everybody else can praise Bender for the cake.

Bill is aghast at being replaced with such a thing, but Graeme explains that when it grows up it will be able to do everything that he
The mines were decommissioned in 1944 and forestry activities have declined, but agriculture, aggregate extraction and tourism continue as the main economic activities in the area.

To prepare the sample, the aggregate should be mixed thoroughly and be reduced to a suitable size for testing.

Blazevic manages to unite Bosnia, The Independent, September 6, 2009 Ireland won 2-1 on aggregate, the defeat that marked the end of Blazevic's time in Iran as his assistant Branko Ivankovic took over.

Summaries and aggregate results are provided in standardized format describing the information that would otherwise have required visits to many smaller sites or direct literature searches to compile.

They benefit readers who want to subscribe to timely updates from favored websites or to aggregate feeds from many sites into one place.

A replay was ordered as the aggregate stood at 3-3.

Copenhagen win 3-1 on aggregate.

In this case, the velocity or demand of money determines aggregate demand.

The groups appear not to be tight knit and may aggregate together at good feeding grounds.

The software is capable of combining hand history details of multiple accounts from different online poker services, which allows a user to aggregate his or her data.

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