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226 I do believe , however , that we are living in the golden age of crime fiction , if you want to call it a genre . DEV
225 However, we failed to rescue your dog. DEV
224 Assistance needs to be increased at least 20 - fold. DEV
223 Assistance needs to be increased at least 20 - fold , United Nations Secretary - General Ban Ki - moon said at the same event. DEV
222 They reported a 20-fold increase in their capital stock. DEV
221 The father is happy when his kids go to bed. DEV
220 The boy is in the yard. DEV
219 And there's an outfit for everything. STABLE
218 I saw him play the piano in San Francisco. DEV
217 The police found the stolen painting that David painted. DEV
216 The man bought a new car. DEV
215 He later served as ambassador to Japan. DEV
214 Individuals workers of a given age are quite interesting. STABLE
213 The man bought a new car. DEV
212 He is president of the Detroit Regional Chamber. STABLE
211 I'm going to help my uncle Jack off his horse. DEV
210 I'm going to help my uncle, Jack, off his horse. DEV
209 That's basically unaffordable insurance, he said. STABLE
208 It will make getting a job nearly impossible. DEV
207 That may change if an economic downturn prompts voters to demand. DEV
206 We should also make academic records comparable when students move. DEV
205 I appreciate communication that was not bugged or taped. DEV
204 Trump's daughter Ivanka said he is a good man. DEV
203 All of us want to go to Mexico. DEV
202 All of we want to go to Mexico. DEV
201 The boys will eat pizza and hamburgers. DEV
200 The boys want to eat pizza and hamburgers. DEV
199 The boys want to eat pizza and spaghetti. DEV
198 The boys will eat pizza at the restaurant. DEV
197 The people -- mostly Americans and Canadians -- all want to elect a new leader. DEV
196 My friend traveled with me along a wrenching journey. DEV
195 Though the State cannot override that right, it has legitimate interests in protecting both the pregnant woman's health and the potentiality of human life. DEV
194 Among Kikuyus, there is fearful talk DEV
193 He studies in the U.S. STABLE
192 Deep Learning waves have lapped at the shores of computational linguistics for several years now, but 2015 seems like the year when the full force of the tsunami hit the major Natural Language Processing (NLP) conferences. DEV
191 Researchers could see the signature, said John Kovac. DEV
190 The attack was called "terrorist", but we do not agree. DEV
189 The president flew to the city. STABLE
188 The man was watching a tree. DEV
187 The dog ran. DEV
186 The jury also commented on the Fulton ordinary's court which has been under fire for its practices in the appointment of appraisers, guardians and administrators and the awarding of fees and compensation. DEV
185 The jury also commented on the Fulton ordinary's court which has been under fire for its practices in the appointment of appraisers, guardians and administrators and the awarding of fees and compenstation. DEV
184 When the larvae hatch, they feed on the bee bread, although they also receive extra honey meals from their mothers. STABLE
183 Then Rector, attired in his best blue suede suit, sat in a chair out on the lawn, in the shade of a tree, smoking a cigarette and waiting. DEV
182 Then Rector, attired in his best blue serge suit, sat in a chair out on the lawn, in the shade of a tree, smoking a cigarette and waiting. DEV
181 She was watching a tree ride wildly down that roiling current. DEV
180 Bills on ports and immigration were submitted by Senator Brownback, Republican of Kansas. STABLE
179 With an annual budget of about $7.2 billion (fiscal year 2014 ), the agency is the funding source for approximately 24 percent of all federally supported fundamental research conducted by America’s colleges and universities. DEV
178 With an annual budget of about $7.2 billion (fiscal year 2014 ), the agency is the funding source for approximately 2 4 percent of all federally supported fundamental research conducted by America’s colleges and universities. DEV
177 The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent Federal agency that supports fundamental research at the frontiers of knowledge, across all fields of science, engineering, and education. STABLE
176 The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent Federal agency that supports fundamental research at the frontiers of knowledge, across all fields of science and engineering (S&E) and S&E education. DEV
175 The linguistic analysis API simplifies complex languages to help you easily parse text. STABLE
174 The Linguistic Analysis API simplifies complex languages to help you easily parse text. STABLE
173 Though the State cannot override that right, it has legitimate interests in protecting both the pregnant woman's health and the potentiality of human life, each of which interests grows and reaches a "compelling" point at various stages of the woman's approach to term. DEV
172 Could someone help translate the Japanese words on my alarm clock? STABLE
171 He's on the stage. DEV
170 I heard them dancing in the streets. STABLE
169 I saw him play the piano in San Francisco. STABLE
168 He studies the Kansan language. DEV
167 They have to come to the realization that their plan isn't working. DEV
166 When you refinance federal loans, you won’t be able to repay them on an income-driven plan or receive forgiveness through Public Service Loan Forgiveness or Perkins loan cancellation. DEV
165 Depending on the year you first borrowed, you could be paying as much as 6.8% in interest on undergraduate federal loans and 8.5% on graduate PLUS loans. DEV
164 Interest rates offered by lenders through Crediblex start at 3.5% for a fixed-rate loan. DEV
163 Interest rates offered by lenders through Credible start at 3.5% for a fixed-rate loan. DEV
162 Yet other Republicans point the finger at Republicans who have refused to support Mr. Trump. STABLE
161 A rarefied department within the company, Google Brain, was founded five years ago on this very principle: that artificial “neural networks” that acquaint themselves with the world via trial and error, as toddlers do, might in turn develop something like human flexibility. DEV
160 The police sought two other armed suspects spotted by video cameras. DEV
159 Bankruptcy is itself expected to be very complex. CONCERN
158 Mr Drahi himself has both Israeli and French citizenship and is a Swiss resident. STABLE
157 Many of Mr Berlusconi's jests are stupid. STABLE
156 And conservatives too often want to stop the conversation there, without acknowledging our society’s irresponsible, self-destructive refusal to help children who are otherwise programmed for failure. DEV
155 Liberals too often are reluctant to acknowledge that struggling, despairing people sometimes compound their misfortune by self-medicating or engaging in irresponsible, self-destructive behavior. STABLE
154 My contest winner, Cassidy McDonald of Wisconsin, a journalism student at the University of Notre Dame, traveled with me along a wrenching journey through this Other America, starting here in Pine Bluff. STABLE
153 He knocked three times. DEV
152 Countries like Singapore apparently demonstrate that autocratic measures are probably necessary. STABLE
151 Countries such as Singapore apparently demonstrate that autocratic measures are probably necessary, particularly in culturally fractionalized societies for creating the social stability necessary for economic growth. DEV
150 The founding father of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew, credits 'social discipline' for the phenomenal economic rise of his country. DEV
148 The 99th bottle of beer on the wall was very delicious. STABLE
147 I parked near the liquor store. DEV
146 In the late 1980s many Japanese political commentators and some scholars were claiming to detect major structural changes in the direction of more political guidance over Japanese policies. STABLE
145 The power of a De Gaulle or a Mitterrand is beyond comparison with that of any Japanese prime minister. DEV
144 The crucial difference, of course, is that the French bureaucracy serves a highly centralised state. STABLE
143 This may have resulted in spreading somewhat more of the national wealth, but the spreading is as haphazard as it was before. DEV
142 In Japan, top bureaucrats are moved from section to section to increase their versatility, but they remain in their first ministry and must identify with it to an extent that is detrimental to the functioning of officialdom as a whole. DEV
141 While the man hunted the deer ran into the woods. STABLE
140 I convinced her children are noisy. DEV
139 I have no time for explanations. DEV
138 He walked into the room, smoking a cigarette. STABLE
137 Yesterday, I bought a new car. DEV
136 I like to eat oranges and apples. DEV
135 However, we were not able to rescue your dog. STABLE
134 Unfortunately, we were not able to rescue your dog. STABLE
133 She ran her 50th marathon on Sunday. STABLE
132 The 99th bottle of beer on the wall was the most delicious. DEV
131 He was the 13th president of the company. STABLE
130 He likes cats and dogs. DEV
129 We, the people, understand that our country cannot succeed when a shrinking few do very well. DEV
128 For we, the people, understand that our country cannot succeed when a shrinking few do very well and a growing many barely make it. DEV
127 We, the people, understand that our country cannot succeed when a shrinking few do very well. DEV
126 For we, the people, understand that our country cannot succeed when a shrinking few do very well and a growing many barely make it. DEV
125 Half of the population rented. DEV
124 In the 1950s half the population rented . DEV
123 Half of the population rented. DEV
122 In the 1950s half the population rented . DEV
118 He drives home in the afternoon, after the world ends. STABLE
117 He drives home in the afternoon, after all the bad news has had time to come out. CONCERN
116 I have time to eat. STABLE
114 He drives home after dark. STABLE
111 He drives home in the afternoon, after all the bad news has had time to come out. DEV
110 Spanish towns are typically quite dense , ending abruptly in open countryside . STABLE
108 Spanish towns are dense, ending in open countryside. STABLE
107 Spanish towns are quite dense. STABLE
106 Spanish towns are dense. STABLE
104 She was holding a sign she had scrawled. DEV
103 She was eating peanuts. DEV
101 Ms Yang is a student in Beijing. STABLE
100 Ms. Yang is a student in Beijing. DEV
99 She was holding a sign she had scrawled. DEV
98 She was eating peanuts. STABLE
97 She was clearing a space on the ground for a sign she had scrawled for her son. DEV
95 Ms. Yang is a student in Beijing. DEV
89 Italian political leaders are not held in high esteem outside their home country. STABLE
87 Italian political leaders are not generally held in high esteem. STABLE
86 Italian political leaders are not held in high esteem. STABLE
85 Italian political leaders are held in high esteem. STABLE
84 Nerves have frayed in many places. STABLE
83 Nerves have frayed in the sleepiest corners. STABLE
81 Nerves have taken the best hotel. STABLE
80 They have taken the best hotel. STABLE
77 Mr Bossi 's rhetorical excesses are legend and are usually discounted , but they send a subliminal message of indifference to Italian laws . CONCERN
76 Mr Bossi 's rhetorical excesses are legend and are usually discounted. STABLE
69 Most of Mr Berlusconi's jests are stupid. STABLE
68 Mr Berlusconi's jests are stupid. STABLE
67 I talked to Mr Berlusconi. STABLE
65 Berlusconi's jests are stupid. STABLE
64 His jests are stupid. STABLE
61 Most of Mr Berlusconi 's jests have been either silly or sexist. DEV
60 Iran will not stop the fuel-making. STABLE
59 Iran will not stop its own fuel-making. STABLE
58 He insists Iran will not stop its own fuel-making. STABLE
57 He insists that Iran will not stop its own fuel-making. STABLE
56 Martin's car sparked nationwide protests. DEV
55 The slaying sparked nationwide protests. STABLE
54 Martin's slaying sparked nationwide protests. DEV
53 The boy likes pizza. DEV
51 He is a graduate of the University of Idaho? DEV
50 He is a graduate of the University of Idaho. STABLE
49 I want to travel to Malaysia. DEV
48 I want to travel to Budapest. DEV
47 I want to travel to Kuala Lumpur. DEV
46 The rat the cat the dog bit chased escaped. DEV
45 The man bought a new car. DEV
44 He gave information to elephants. DEV
43 He gave peanuts to elephants. DEV
42 By move 21, D.T. had fallen into a deep positional trap. DEV
41 In the future, people will buy many cars. DEV
40 The nightly news was filled with images of retirees lining up to get only a fraction of their monthly pensions. STABLE
39 With Greek banks closed, the nightly news was filled with images of retirees lining up to get only a fraction of their monthly pensions. DEV
38 He built Google's operating system. STABLE
37 She is the ranking Democrat. STABLE
36 Chinese exporters want to buy coal. STABLE
35 He likes to bandy words. STABLE
34 The horse raced past the barn fell. STABLE
33 I told Nina that she was nosy. DEV
32 The economy of Russia has struggled in recent years. STABLE
31 Chicago is the windiest city. STABLE
27 I have been married. STABLE
22 North Korea threatens not only to burn the south, but to raise taxes. DEV
21 He went on to write definitive histories of Cuba and the Spanish conquest of Mexico . DEV
20 He went on to write definitive histories of Cuba and of the Spanish conquest of Mexico . DEV
19 Although it allowed a clear majority in the lower house , the Chamber of Deputies, it failed in the upper house. DEV
18 Although it allowed a clear majority in the lower house , it failed in the upper house. DEV
16 Although it allowed a clear majority in the lower house , the Chamber of Deputies , it minimised the chances of a working coalition in the upper house , the Senate . DEV
12 I want to eat quickly. STABLE
10 I have seen the truth. STABLE
9 He imports wine mostly from California. STABLE
8 Sloan was in close touch with Peter. CONCERN
7 Sloan was soon in close touch with Peter. STABLE
6 North Korea threatens not only to burn the south, but to raise taxes. DEV
5 He went on to write definitive histories of Cuba and the Spanish conquest of Mexico . DEV
4 He went on to write definitive histories of Cuba and of the Spanish conquest of Mexico . DEV
3 Although it allowed a clear majority in the lower house , the Chamber of Deputies, it failed in the upper house. DEV
1 It allowed a clear majority in the lower house. STABLE
0 Although it allowed a clear majority in the lower house , the Chamber of Deputies , it minimised the chances of a working coalition in the upper house , the Senate . DEV


NEGATIVE sentences

121 He drives home after dark after school ends. STABLE
94 Political Italian leaders are not generally held in high esteem. DEV
93 Italian political leaders are not not generally held in high esteem. STABLE
14 I want to ate quickly. STABLE