par in A Sentence

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    Means I shot Par.

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    What about your Par?

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    I'm shooting for Par.

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    We are not up to Par yet.

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    I wasn't up to Par with you.

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    You can still save a Par here.

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    Rather more Par for the course.

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    And that's about Par for the course.

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    But that's Par for the course for me.

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    No, last night was Par for the course.

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    However, you let me know that I'm not up to Par.

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    This is on Par with our principles of investment.

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    You are a princess. How can they be on Par with you?

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    Now, that is pretty much Par for the course on Top Gear.

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    As they were fully redeemable in gold, they traded at Par.

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    Would you say a great athlete is on Par with a great artist?

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    Manufacturing visual evidence is pretty much Par for the course.

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    She is a singer that is on Par with that of a national treasure.

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    I get the sense that's kind of Par for the course with your family.

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    Um, I would say that a great athlete is on Par with a great dancer.

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    The Great Emancipator deadlocked at eight strokes on the happy side of Par.

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    Pragati ke path Par Haryana.

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    Evening Saturday Pilate permits guards for Jesus' 127, Pars.

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    Although initially set at Par with the Nationalist fabi,

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