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the idea of vs the idea to

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the idea of

421,000,000 results on the web

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  • President Napolitano proposed the idea of an interparliamentary conference.
  • Bruce loved the idea of a nouvelle southern cookbook.
  • I'm just getting used to the idea of demons and witches.
  • I used to be scared of the idea of growing old.
  • Every world religion encompasses the idea of life after death.
  • Here it's the idea of convalescence.
  • And the idea of her just...
  • Before I can let the idea of...
  • Secondly, the idea of an international treaty.
  • Because I like the idea of you living with your suffering.
  • I could never face the idea of dying a mere merchant.
  • Right now, the idea of being intimate with you makes me sick.
  • Give up the idea of being a soloist.
  • I like the idea of being a nurse... or a shepherd.
  • And last night, the idea of moving here seemed so romantic.
  • Drop the idea of guarding from the outside.
  • I always liked the idea of jumping off a bridge.
  • I don't like the idea of another player.
  • We cannot, therefore, include the idea of eliminating production subsidies even as an aim in the recitals.
  • We somehow both hated the idea of divorcing each other.

the idea to

143,000,000 results on the web

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  • And the idea to count them is absurd.
  • She had the idea to give you an office.
  • I pitched the idea to Philip several times.
  • Orson Welles proposed the idea to Chaplin.
  • Tom suggested the idea to Mary.
  • What gave you the idea to do something so...
  • I had the idea to call the port authority lost and found.
  • I think I gave you the idea to shoot that man.
  • Gave us the idea to operate it remotely ourselves.
  • So, that's how I got the idea to start the...
  • But whoever did gave me the idea to put on this costume.
  • HAMMOND: He sold the idea to the studio.
  • I mentioned the idea to Victoria, and she jumped on it so fast, you'd think it was Julian's dad.
  • We had the idea to do a sort of Jazz Age shoot.
  • Your rapporteur supports the idea to include the European Ombudsman in the committee.
  • It was early January 2007 when I got the idea to write my autobiography.
  • When my mom gave Tucker money to keep him quiet, we got the idea to blackmail her with the tape.
  • So far, we've tried to make the best of things, but I don't like the idea to see my people involved in your wars.
  • If you or your mother ever get the idea to betray me, this is what happens.
  • And this is how, for me, was born the idea to have an institute of immaterial performing arts.

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