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  • The two men met and found that they had much in common.
  • They believed that boys and girls have much to learn from each other.
  • He attempted to write this book himself but did not have much success.
  • He continued to play when injured throughout his career and had much success.
  • Although the leader had much power, he was not above the law.
  • But best of all, the children had much of their father's society.
  • The team has had much success with league awards to its players.
  • On the other hand, he does not appear to have much interest in most girls.
  • Both were at second and third hand; neither had much on his personal life.
  • They found they had much in common, particularly their love of literature.
  • He attempts to question the family, but they do not have much to say.
  • The house had much more rooms, but its square surface was the same.
  • Then, these young women workers did not have much work to do.
  • It had much influence on art theory for the next two centuries.
  • The area had much open space that people have taken advantage of to build on.
  • It had much elements from the rock music and heavy rock.
  • Once the series started production, the team did not have much time to research materials.
  • They began to exchange ideas, and they found that they had much in common.
  • It did not however, have much of a commercial impact as a single.
  • The original members of the club had much in common.
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