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“She's ready to go all right," said Mike Pratt, director of wildlife services at the shelter.”
“She was getting ready to go to a Sin-Phony rehearsal.”
“The Arab League/Lebanon/Perm Five meeting was utterly incoherent, although Amr Musa, himself a former Egyptian perm rep before becoming foreign minister was more than ready to go through our Saturday draft line by line to tell us what was wrong with it.”
“After fifteen minutes of sorting the rope into two knot-free stacks, it is ready to go over the edge.”
“Oph. Well, cousin, are you ready to go to meeting?”
“With a more refined, resensitized palate and a growing appreciation for a wider range of tastes, you are ready to go beyond mere damage control to pro-beauty beverages with the specific effects you want.”
“Associated Press Curtis Granderson Granderson was ready to go back to school at Illinois for his senior year.”
“He shook hands, then turned to Taussig and asked, “When will you be ready to go to sea?””
“For certain of our accounts for which we ship directly to stores without using a wholesaler or retail chain distribution center, units are bar-coded and price-ticketed at the manufacturing facility, so they are ready to go across the cash register; those units just need to be removed from a cardboard carton and put on the shelf.”
“All of it getting ready to go into the 800-gallon stainless-steel still built out of a dairy tank.”
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