little chanceThe workers say they've little chance of getting another job.
best chance‘If you want to see Greg then he's got to be your best chance.
have the chanceThey'd love to have the chance to pry into my personal affairs.’
chance of beingA magnificent 5–1 victory over Carlisle in NorthEast Division One leaves them on top of the table with only a slim chance of being caught.
chance of gettingThe workers say they've little chance of getting another job.
better chanceA prairie dog that knows what it's up against may have a better chance of getting away safely.
have a chanceAt least you will have a chance to air some of your ideas on the way forward for tourism in Wales.
chance to seechance to see him in .
chance to doNow New Yorkers are getting a chance to do a little suffering for art right here at home.
get the chance‘If you get the chance to go ashore, take it.
chance to useDRIVERS have their last chance to use two of Darlington's busiest streets at peak traffic times this weekend.
every chanceToday there is every chance a young victim will recover.
chance to go‘If you get the chance to go ashore, take it.
get a chanceI would like to see the current midfield plus Rocky and hodge, and also like to see Strandli get a chance with Deane and wallace.
last chanceAldridge had one last chance to strike for Tranmere, but could only find the post.
good chanceMore good news:-There is a good chance he will be fit to play against Battyburn on Sunday.
chance to makeDavid Boon survived an early chance to make…— and Australia — on the back foot for much of the morning — began to blossom…
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