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***He got through his work.
***I am through with my work.
***He looked through a magazine.
***He came in through the window.
***He is lying through his teeth.
***Are you through with the paper?
***I glanced through the brochure.
***I can’t breathe through my nose.
***Please breathe through your nose.
***She glanced through the magazine.
***Are you through with your homework?
***Are you through with your breakfast?
***He was looking through a microscope.
***When will you get through with work?
***Will you glance through this report?
***I have a lot of work to get through today.
***Mary was John’s girlfriend all through high school.
***I’m putting myself through school, so I have things that are that expensive.
***The thieves tied him up and escaped through the window.
***Tom and Mary looked through all the items on the table.
***Tom forgot his key so he crawled in through the window.
***You will not be able to go through the book so quickly.
***Mary ran her perfectly manicured nails through her hair.
***The burglar gained access to the house through a window.
***Tom looked through the peephole before opening the door.
***We happened to meet again through a strange coincidence.
***Your father went through all that trouble for your sake.
***He usually looks through the newspapers before breakfast.
***I’ll go through both the good times and the bad with you.
***The burglar gained access to the house through this door.
***The crowd got out of control and broke through the fence.
***The gate is so narrow that the car can’t pass through it.
***Tom and his two bodyguards came in through the back door.
***Tsunamis swept through rice fields and flooded the towns.
***A bird can glide through the air without moving its wings.
***Hanako walked through the hallway making a clicking sound.
***I thought after what you went through, you’d want to quit.
***I’ve looked through your report and made some notes on it.
***My little brother ran through the living room stark naked.
***The river which flows through London is called the Thames.
***Tom and Mary were walking through the park, holding hands.
***You have to pace yourself or you’ll choke halfway through.
***After I cleaned the window, I could see through it clearly.
***I’m going to go through with it in spite of her opposition.
***Please lend me the dictionary when you are through with it.
***Put the book back on the shelf when you’re through with it.
***The detectives walked through charred ruins of the factory.
***Tom walked through the revolving door into the hotel lobby.
***We have to somehow come through this troublesome situation.
***After losing his job, he went through a very difficult time.
***I was dialing his number just as he walked through the door.
***Tom and Mike became acquainted through their mutual friends.
***I will give you a call as soon as the decision comes through.
***The prisoners would have to go through yet one more hardship.
***Tom walks through this park every morning on his way to work.
***”How did you get in here?” “I climbed in through the window.”
***I didn’t have much time so I just skimmed through the article.
***I don’t think I will get through all this work this afternoon.
***It seems that the burglar broke in through an upstairs window.
***She skimmed through the register to see if her name was in it.
***The cows were moving very slowly through the long green grass.
***The doors wouldn’t open, so I had to get in through the trunk.
***The forest was so thick that one could hardly walk through it.
***Tom and Mary sat on the couch, flipping through a photo album.
***Tom sat on the sofa, flipping through the pages of a magazine.
***Tom was looking through the telescope that Mary had given him.
***I don’t think I shall get through all this work this afternoon.
***I’m going through my closet to find clothes to give to charity.