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- s to be expected
differences of opinion are quite expectable given the present information
- The heaviest fighting yet in a rebellion that has dragged on for nearly two decades was startling but expectable.
- All three polls had detected the same, expectable national trend away from Carter and toward Ford.
- Actually, Chiang's demurrers were an expectable bit of Chinese political etiquette.
- Bob Brown in Advertiser Adelaide
Up two per cent, down two per cent there, you'd expect that so I don't think it's outside the expectable wobbles that we'll see in polls being taken in the next few months,Senator Brown said. "What the prime minister will be expecting is...
- Les Miles in Monroe News Star
We'll be done with implementation this Thursday,Miles said. "It's the first day back since the holidays, and in the spirit of practice it was a nice first day back. It was very expectable, some mistakes, but really they retained a lot of...
- Barry Hearn in Telegraph.co.uk
Hearn said: "I can't go into details, but the deal is an expectable amount of money. I think the sponsorship is worth a lot more but it's up to us to prove our worth to people on the back of the TV ratings for the event."