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Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
As far as one can tell, this does not seem to have set back his career.
As far as one can tell, he traveled simply to get away.
Pakistan, as far as one can tell, is still behind them.
As far as one can tell, she doesn’t dwell on it.
They are not wanting to lend - as far as one can tell.
As far as one can tell, his future prospects are good, set within a structured salary scale.
As far as one can tell from the comic, she is of average or below-average height.
She's a country lass and quite unspoilt, as far as one can tell.
He had been at sea throughout the war, and as far as one can tell had the experience necessary for a command.
Car parks have generally been hived off to private companies who, as far as one can tell, are free to charge what they like.
As far as one can tell from his letters, he was pleased with it although it did not sell.
As far as one can tell, Begg has never recanted this belief.
As far as one can tell, the ultimate shape of the fiscal stimulus package is still fluid.
These are, as far as one can tell, limited to them both having been child actresses and afflicted with addiction issues.
As far as one can tell, there is no consensus on what the new threats to North America are or how they should be addressed.
But as far as one can tell, his mature compositions have been very rarely performed in our major concert halls.
It is, as far as one can tell and as much as these things matter, an album about humans' relationship to the natural world.
Currently the UK's debt, as far as one can tell from official statistics, is around the £2 trillion mark.
And as far as one can tell from the outside, that is precisely what Rahm Emanuel has failed to do,” he said.
But what is mysterious about France is that as far as one can tell, absolutely nobody of consequence accepts the obvious diagnosis.
He has an amiable, faintly geeky and, as far as one can tell, genuinely un-showbizzy manner.
Other experimenters have used different forms of apparatus with layouts that seem very unlikely, as far as one can tell, to induce such strategies.
All but two of the books reviewed were opposed to testing, as far as one can tell from the reviews, and were praised for their position.
As far as one can tell from the historical record, the development of Pasteur's ideas appears to fit with the standard model of analogical transfer.
Shot in Atlanta, the film is set, as far as one can tell, in some multi-dimensional netherworld, not quite heaven, not exactly hell.
So far as one can tell, The Town looks set to do just that.
And these modern First Children have, so far as one can tell, turned out well.
So far as one can tell from the scanty evidence available they had been something short of that.
Chris Hannan’s translation is accomplished, so far as one can tell.
So far as one can tell by a cursory glance.
Ideology is all there is to his political mind, so far as one can tell.
But when the present text was written the palantiri had not (so far as one can tell) been conceived.
So far as one can tell, the only stakes are the human longings of one family.
So far as one can tell from today's standpoint, the financial services plan can be described as a success.
'And, so far as one can tell, he regretted it ever after.'
In the meantime, so far as one can tell, the American Government, media and people regard this developing tragedy with sublime indifference.
So far as one can tell from Mr Lansley’s statement on the Dilnot report, this stabilisation programme has had some success.
He took his writing (but not himself as A Writer) very seriously, was an always scrupulous craftsman, lived, so far as one can tell, honourably, and took his own life.
He noted, however, that the company does have some assets - its clothing stores and cosmetic products - and has very little debt, so far as one can tell from the dubious financial statements.
Raymond L. Garthoff of the Brookings Institution stated that in regard to Angleton the book is the "best and most complete and accurate account so far as one can tell."
Emanuel Ax's recital program at Carnegie Hall the other night reflected the breadth of his musical interests, so far as one can tell from his discography and his recent concert appearances.
Timing might be critical: for 11 instance, the amount of time spent on by-pass, or the 12 cross-clamping times. 13 So far as one can tell, were operations carried 14 out at Bristol in the same manner as they were elsewhere 15 at the same time?
The footage of the princess and Dodi Fayed in the lift was also revelatory, in the sense that one really did get the whiff of intimacy from the couple, so far as one can tell from 10-year-old grainy CCTV footage, anyway.
The Holy Murcan Church, and the small quackpot sects that it allows to exist, were certainly latent in Old Time, but so far as one can tell at this distance, Christianity in the America of what they called the 20th Century was hardly capable of scaring even the children.