krista in A Sentence

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    I hate him, Krista.

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    Krista, please let me in.

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    They died hard, Krista.

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    Krista Lane.

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    Krista Chandler.

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    Shit, you don't seem that happy yourself, Krista.

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    You played me, Krista.

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    I am not a… I'm not a house pet, Krista.

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    Krista's note: I have no clue on this one!

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    Krista- you are not crazy.

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    Stone's mother, Krista, is at a stay-at-home mum, and her father, Jeff, is a contractor.

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    Due to her producing responsibilities on both Grey's and the spin-off, Rhimes assigned the day-to-day showrunning duties to writer and executive producer Krista Vernoff.

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    The investigation is still going on, so I can't really talk… Are you okay, Krista?

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    The event is especially close to Stone's heart because her mother Krista Stone was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer in 2008.

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    Krista reminded us that the throat is also the crossroads between the digestive and respiratory systems.

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    Krista says,“This is a book I would recommend”.

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    If this technology had been available back then, Krista might still be alive today.

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    I am so excited to be joining some oh-so-talented bloggers today for the Seasonal Simplicity Christmas Home Tours, hosted by Krista from The Happy Housie and April from House by Hoff!

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    Then, on Sunday's Detroit Grand Prix broadcast, the NBC team noted only that Ferrucci“fell afoul of a few rules” in his European career while praising his impressive drive, and sportscaster Krista Voda asked“how can you not be a fan of that guy?

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    His wife, Krista, spoke fondly of being influenced by older members of the Bethel family who proved to be“ faithful in what is least,” as Jesus recommended.​ - Luke 16: 10.

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    Here's why it works:“When we imagine something, we create the neural pathway similar to that created if we were to physically execute the behavior or experience the emotion,” says study author Krista Chandler, Ph.D., of the University of Windsor.

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