We have no meanings for "worked a lot" in our records yet.
I've worked a lot of parental abduction cases, and they move around.
I worked a lot, partied a lot and hung out a lot.
You've worked a lot of hard cases, and you'll benefit from the break.
I have worked a lot with schools and I know children.
I feel like I've worked a lot on my short game.
My dad used to, yeah he worked a lot of hours.
He worked a lot with kids in the Police Athletic League.
The shower worked a lot like an old car wash.
Back in time, I worked a lot in prisons and judicial systems using role-play work.
He said Freedom4 worked a lot faster than normal laboratory tests, which can take days.
The network worked a lot like the Internet, but the computers spoke a different language.
It's just like watching myself. Ivanisevic said they had worked a lot on Cilic's serve.
We worked a lot in clay, sculpting, hand building, and throwing pots on the wheel.
She had worked a lot of extra evenings and weekends to buy him that bike.
She worked a lot harder than I ever did.
It worked a lot better than sending officers down there to sort a guy out.
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Worked a lot through the time
Worked a lot across language varieties