alteration would

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  • Have you taken the trouble to consider what your proposed alterations would cost? Cited from An Enemy of the People, by Henrik Ibsen
  • The alterations would move the bridge opening away from the shore line to the center of the channel.
  • Three or four days more spent in making the required alterations would have prevented much after-suffering. Cited from My First Voyage to Southern Seas, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • They are the result of immense thought, and no alteration would be as good. Cited from The Thirty-Nine Steps, by John Buchan
  • The most major alteration would have been the restoration of a fully elected Senate.
  • While still greater alterations would occur in the plants gradually spreading over the lands newly raised above the sea. Cited from Essays on Education and Kindred Subjects, by Herbert Spencer
  • The result of the alterations would be an additional of track, creating a circuit.
  • As he was beginning to explain what this alteration would be I interrupted him. Cited from Real Ghost Stories, by William T. Stead
  • This alteration would continue to be used until his final US tour in 1983.
  • Therefore we need not hesitate to alter the law merely because the alteration would make such changes easier. Cited from Getting Married, by George Bernard Shaw
  • Your proposed alterations would, in my opinion, make it tame. Cited from Complete Works of Robert Burns, by Robert Burns and Allan Cunningham
  • I was very sorry to hear of it, because the work was already so far advanced, and the alterations would require so much trouble and time. Cited from Philip Gilbert Hamerton, Philip Gilbert Hamerton
  • State and local governments must provide reasonable accommodations to ensure such access, unless a fundamental alteration would result.
  • In the first place, I should slightly alter the name; only slightly, but that little alteration would in itself have an enormous effect. Cited from New Grub Street, by George Gissing
  • But when they came to discuss the matter with Mrs. Carre, it was found that an alteration would be necessary. Cited from Pearl of Pearl Island, by John Oxenham
  • Since the novel was 900 pages, some major alterations would need to be made to the story in order to make a film of reasonable length.
  • It assumed that comparable alterations would be made elsewhere, an attitude that won the party minority voting support in the other regions.
  • OTA immediately agreed that some of the more minor changes to the turnpike's plans could be made, but expressed doubt that more major alterations would be made.
  • For a time it was thought that the use of chemically prepared paper would prove a safeguard, because any erasure or alteration would show immediately. Cited from Disputed Handwriting, by Jerome B. Lavay
  • But the alteration would be visible on close inspection. Cited from Ernest Maltravers, E. B. Lytton, Book 8
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