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Use "get through" in a sentence
"The campaign messages did not get through to the targeted audience because of selective exposure, the tendency of individuals to attend to messages that are consistent with their prior attitudes and experiences Hyman and Sheatsley, 1974."
"Her plane from Peru had arrived at one-thirty, but it had taken her forty-five minutes to get through immigration and customs."
"Ready looked at him, calculating in his head to determine if Hummingbird and Kinseth had had enough time to get through the tunnel and into the Baptist church and praying for direction."