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  • The aircraft is mostly white and blue aircraft and in-flight against a blue sky.
  • German forces are mostly in the more secure north of the country.
  • The school serves a primarily agricultural-based community with mostly middle-class families.
  • For this reason, she is considered to be mostly self-taught.
  • Its members were mostly African American, although the group also included white members.
  • The upper and middle classes in the south were mostly French-speaking.
  • The upper and middle classes in the south were mostly French-speaking.
  • The riding's character is mostly middle-class and upper middle-class.
  • They ruled with a light hand and often through mostly French-speaking officials.
  • Today, the city block it occupied is mostly single-family houses.
  • He was mostly self-taught, and was a hard student. Cited from Complete Prose Works, by Walt Whitman
  • The population is mostly middle class, a smaller percentage of high and low class.
  • The stations were mostly of a common design and constructed from standard components.
  • He painted from a young age, and was mostly self-taught.
  • Otherwise, the cabin mostly remained the way it was found during production.
  • It was and still is called the German church as its members were mostly German-speaking.
  • Schools that provide primary education, are mostly referred to as primary schools or elementary schools.
  • Mostly he preferred to leave these things on the hands of his ministers.
  • Bus services are mostly run by private companies, but some local ones are operated by the government.
  • Due to the extensive production of rice, the country was mostly self-sufficient.
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