been much less

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  • The event was much less popular and well-known than it is today. ...
  • Many of the others are much less well-known, especially outside the state. ...
  • However, the nature of the region in front of this is much less certain. ...
  • There could not have been much less than two hundred of them, we thought. ...
  • However, it was much less than the half a million claimed during the war. ...
  • Their development is quite different however, and their existence is much less prominent.
  • These games of ball were much less scientific and difficult than the modern games. ...
  • Most of these sites proved to be much less successful than the original. ...
  • If she had come down to say good-by it would have been much less significant. ...
  • In other parts of the city, this difficulty appears to be much less. ...
  • In face he was perhaps fifty years old, in body he was much less. ...
  • He was much less successful as a poet than as a man of affairs.
  • The day can never have been much less than three hours in the present order of things. ...
  • I believe however, that there is much less of this than formerly. ...
  • Subsequently he was much less the poet than the all-purpose writer. ...
  • But the marriage question to-day is much less the wife-problem than the husband-problem. ...
  • "I often wish that the songs were much less based on personal experience."
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