01. It took a while for the class to [jell], but the students are really supportive of each other now.02. John Lennon and Paul McCartney [jelled] from the time they first met and together wrote some of the greatest pop songs of their generation.03. We have a few ideas that are starting to [jell], but nothing really solid as of yet.04. Matt only joined the team a week ago, but he seems to have [jelled] well with the other players.05. Plans for the project have really [jelled] over the last few days, and I think we are ready to proceed.06. After our ESL classes start, we try to move any students who have been misplaced quickly before the students have time to [jell] with their classmates.07. The script for the movie never quite [jelled], and the idea was eventually shelved.08. The team is made up of a bunch of individuals who just haven't [jelled], so they lose most of their games because they don't work together.09. Patrice's ideas will [jell] well with the aims of our project.10. It is important that our development team [jell] as a group because they can be more creative and productive if they work together.11. A plan [jelled] in my mind while I was sitting on the bus this morning.12. We put the pudding in the fridge to [jell] for a couple of hours.13. The fat in the soup [jelled] as it cooled, forming a layer of scum on the surface.14. We've only been working together for a short time, but already some interesting ideas are beginning to [jell].15. The plan really [jelled] once we all had a chance to talk about it.
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