16 Children and fools tell the truth.
17 Don't mess with me,tell me the truth.
18 I adjure you to tell the truth before this court.
19 Some people are so terribly insincere you can never tell if they are telling the truth.
20 They bind over to tell the truth.
21 Our best friends are they who tell us our faults and help us to mend them.
22 Please tell me some opinions on various social questions.
23 Her husband's such a chauvinist that he tries to tell her how to vote.
24 If you wish to lower yourselfin a person's favor, one good way is to tell his story over again, the way we heard it.
25 A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.
26 You can tell how nervous she is by the way her fingers worry at the edge of the tablecloth.
27 Stop blubbering and tell me what's wrong.
28 She stood there, hesitating over whether or not to tell him the truth.
29 Do not all you can, spend not all you have; believe not all you hear; and tell not all youknow.
30 There is a potential educational benefit in allowing pictures to tell the story, rather than the spoken word.