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  • He provides a town with more workers, so it may develop more quickly.
  • She also sought international support to develop more social programs.
  • I frequently wonder if the old type of game did not develop more in a man than the modern. Cited from Football Days, by William H. Edwards
  • In more recent years, the Institute has begun to develop more public programming.
  • There is still a need to develop more effective participation from the community.
  • In the 19th century, the town started to develop more.
  • Napier therefore set up a new company to develop more popular cars.
  • He later began to develop more interest in singing, with the encouragement of his family.
  • Currently this is the only site which has been completed, but there are plans to develop more sites around the town.
  • Nowadays engines are produced which develop more than five times that power. Cited from The Mastery of the Air, by William J. Claxton
  • Different people may develop more, or less, effective theories of mind.
  • India however decided that the population problem would be better served by developing more effective contraception.
  • There is a growing arts and athletic program that develops more and more each year.
  • I think the Spanish-American relationship can develop more.
  • If they do, the child may develop more tics more frequently.
  • Various versions of the engine have been used to develop more than 200 published games.
  • The firm grew rapidly through the 1990s, developing more of a focus on technology as well as media.
  • Over the course of the series, the children develop more and more powers, and fight off several different types of enemies.
  • His light frame made him a longer term prospect as he would require to develop more physically.
  • As more residences are about to move into the town, the need of developing more new facilities are necessary.
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