01. She [covered] her face and began to cry.
02. My wife always steals all the [covers] in bed, so I always wake up in the middle of the night feeling cold.
03. We'd better [cover] up the food until we start eating; otherwise, the flies will get into it.
04. The cake had a chocolate icing [covered] with strawberries.
05. When the victim was found by the police, he was [covered] in blood.
06. I want to go to my son's hockey game tomorrow night. Can you [cover] my 5:00 to midnight shift for me?
07. Women are expected to [cover] their heads in public in some countries.
08. The airforce provided [cover] for the army as they launched their land attack.
09. The children all ran for [cover] when it began to rain.
10. There is very little [cover] for animals living in the desert.
11. Their insurance policy didn't [cover] the damage which resulted from the earthquake.
12. We need to make sure we are [covered] in case of illness while we're travelling overseas.
13. Medications are not [covered] by your health insurance policy.
14. We need to increase our [coverage] for property damage in the event of a fire.
15. The CBC's [coverage] of the Olympic games was very good.
16. The textbook only [covers] basic grammar points, such as the past and present simple tenses.
17. He has written an excellent book which [covers] American history from the earliest days until the present era.
18. Her lecture [covered] all the latest research on the topic.
19. He is the chief reporter [covering] the story.
20. The trial is being [covered] by media from around the world.
21. You have to pay an additional $5 to [cover] the cost of mailing the goods to you.
22. She was on the [cover] of Time magazine three times.
23. The [cover] of the magazine showed a number of fashion supermodels without their makeup.
24. The company will give you some money to [cover] your costs during the conference.
25. The art on rock music album [covers] is often quite interesting.
26. The country [covers] a total area of over 1,725 square kilometers.
27. Please attach a [cover] letter introducing yourself with your resumé.
28. The young boy [covered] the walls of his room with the awards he had won in sports and at school.
29. Someone once joked that baldheaded people should remember that when God made heads, He [covered] up the ones He didn't like.
30. We barely made enough money to [cover] our costs in our first year of business.
31. By the time the snowstorm had finished, the city was [covered] in over three feet of snow.
32. The lions were all chewing on the zebra, their faces [covered] in blood.
33. A report in 1990 stated that 40% of Guatemala's forest [cover] had been lost since 1960.
34. The children were [covered] in dirt after playing outside all afternoon.
35. Make sure you put out the fire and [cover] it with dirt before going to bed.
36. Japanese women generally [cover] their mouth when laughing.
37. Japan [covers] four different climate zones, from the tropics of Okinawa to the snow country of the far north.
38. One fifth of the Earth's land surface is [covered] with deserts.
39. More than 2,500 [cover] versions of The Beatles' "Yesterday" exist, making it the most recorded song in history.
40. An American journalist [covering] the war has been kidnapped by rebel soldiers.
41. The streets were [covered] in a fresh layer of snow.
42. The top of the cake is [covered] with whipped cream and strawberries.
43. Tropical rainforests [cover] about 85% of the main island of Papua New Guinea.
44. The huge body of a gorilla is [covered] with a thick coat of coarse black hair.
45. The media [coverage] of the Olympics was very extensive.
46. Social issues receive very little [coverage] in the right-wing media.
47. During migration, geese may [cover] up to 600 miles per day.
48. To receive medical [coverage], you must pay a monthly fee.
49. The little girl's arms were [covered] in scratches from her new kitten.
50. You can get extra insurance [coverage] for an additional $5 a month.
51. The soldiers ran for [cover] as an enemy tank rumbled up the street towards them.
52. The website [covers] topics such as water safety and basic first aid.
53. Bobby was up until late last night, reading his book under the [covers] with his flashlight.
54. Margaret Cho once said that love is the big booming beat which [covers] up the noise of hate.
55. Disney World in Orlando, Florida, [covers] more than twice as much area as the island of Manhattan, New York.
56. Actress Pamela Anderson has been on the [cover] of Playboy magazine more times than any other woman.
57. A Chinese proverb notes that he who [covers] up his mistakes intends to make some more.
58. An English proverb notes, "Don't judge a book by its cover."
59. A Jamaican proverb suggests that clothes [cover] up character.
60. A Swiss proverb observes that marriage is a [covered] dish.
61. An old proverb notes that physicians' faults are [covered] with earth, and rich men's with money.

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