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01. Our company is opening a new [branch] in Chicago, and they want me to act as the manager there.
02. Our company has [branches] in 53 countries worldwide.
03. If you want to see the manager, you'll have to go to our main [branch], which is downtown.
04. The bank closed down its [branch] in our area, and now we have to go about 5 miles from home to get money out of our account.
05. The children broke a bunch of [branches] off the tree while they were picking cherries.
06. He started studying General Linguistics, and then [branched] out into Speech Therapy.
07. There is a special [branch] of the police force in town which specializes in dealing with violence among teenagers.
08. Elephants often use [branches] to kill flies that are bothering them.
09. A bunch of [branches] fell off the tree during the storm.
10. We should cut some of the [branches] off the tree because they are brushing against the windows.
11. The biggest bank in the world in terms of the number of its [branches] is the Bank of India, with almost 13,000 outlets.
12. Many firms in the west of Germany are opening [branches] in the east where wages are lower.
13. There is a Corsican proverb which states that a man without a woman is a tree without leaves and [branches].
14. There is an Indian proverb which says that a person who misses a chance, and the monkey who misses its [branch] both cannot be saved.
15. Women soldiers serve in most [branches] of the Israel Defense Force, but do not go into battle.
16. The Czech language belongs to one [branch] of the family of languages known as Indo-European.
17. Recently, large American and Japanese computer firms have opened new [branches] in Poland.
18. Every male in Singapore over the age of 18 is obliged to spend two and a half years in one [branch] of the armed forces.
19. Every day, on average, 4.2 new [branches] of the McDonald's restaurant chain will open somewhere in the world.

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  • Branch — Branch, n.; pl. {Branches}. [OE. braunche, F. branche, fr. LL. branca claw of a bird or beast of prey; cf. Armor. brank branch, bough.] 1. (Bot.) A shoot or secondary stem growing from the main stem, or from a principal limb or bough of a tree or …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Branch — Branch, v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Branched}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Branching}.] 1. To shoot or spread in branches; to separate into branches; to ramify. [1913 Webster] 2. To divide into separate parts or subdivision. [1913 Webster] {To branch off}, to form …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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