16 Don't be mean with fabric, otherwise curtains will end up looking skimpy.
17 You'll have to go now, otherwise you'll miss your bus.
18 I've got one more page to write; otherwise I've finished.
19 Olivier's performance redeemed an otherwise second-rate play.
20 Anecdotes of legal excess reflect the world we see around us and add a human dimension to an otherwise arcane issue.
21 This theory makes sense of an otherwise inexplicable phenomenon.
22 Stand still there, otherwise I'll shoot.
23 Life is not the game of life, or it will be without a single success; can't live without game, otherwise monotonous boring.
24 "A part of me you must become," he answered steadily; "otherwise the whole bargain is void."
25 That is why the claying is necessary; it makes the grain adhere to the earth, otherwise it would float.
26 How could it be otherwise, when Helen, at all times and under all circumstances, evinced for me a quiet and faithful friendship, which ill-humour never soured, nor irritation never troubled?
27 The main drawback is that the lawn could sink as the old turf rots, so you need to build it up a little higher than you might otherwise, to allow for shrinkage.
28 Just one word of warning: a Swiss team has actually qualified for the World Cup - so those Swiss men, gorgeous or otherwise, might all be watching the match.
29 If you attempt to hijack or otherwise destroy this aircraft, we encourage your fellow passengers to remove you from your seat and beat you until you are dead.
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