considerably

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  • Eventually they were moved to a new research division where they had considerably more freedom.
  • Business has changed considerably since then from manufacturing-based to mostly service-based.
  • The religious right has considerably less political influence than in other regions.
  • His life improved considerably when he recognized and sought treatment for his problems.
  • The channel of the river has been considerably improved by the federal government.
  • Her marriage with a considerably older man had been a failure from the start.
  • Washington's economy has changed considerably over the course of the town's history.
  • These laws vary considerably around the world, and even between different parts of the same country.
  • In recent years, the island has been considerably expanded through land-filling operations.
  • In the early nineteenth century the city was considerably changed, especially its center.
  • However, its year-round population has grown considerably since the 1960s.
  • Then the number of lay-brothers being recruited to the order reduced considerably.
  • It turned out to have "real world" performance that was considerably worse than expected.
  • If dedicated rights of way were required for an application, costs could be considerably higher.
  • This will open up the market considerably and create a storm of development and real estate activity in the near future.
  • This is less popular because it requires considerably more chain than the first two arrangements.
  • In recent years the number of options available has been considerably expanded.
  • Oil production was increased considerably in the 1930s with the development of more oil fields.
  • After seeing the scene on film, Cameron felt it worked out considerably well.
  • Over time the child came to be shown considerably larger than the book and some images even do without the book entirely.
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