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  • At that time, it covered a much larger area than it does today.
  • It is thought to have been a much larger stream in ancient times.
  • At the time it was formed, the county was much larger than it is today.
  • Its trade area is much larger than is indicated by its small population.
  • It is much larger on the inside than on the outside.
  • At the time, it was much larger than it is today.
  • The lake was originally much larger than it is today.
  • The changes in the roof and floor made the whole front of the aircraft much larger.
  • Today's more modern and much larger facilities were built in the 1980s.
  • Also the city centre has a much larger population of people with higher education and higher income.
  • However, the municipality is usually much larger than the city or town after which it is named.
  • Today it is much larger than a camp site.
  • This drew a much larger crowd than usual at the market.
  • The average catch for these fish is, and some are much larger.
  • The Internet has also helped the Christian right reach a much larger audience.
  • Another, but much larger stadium, is still in the opening stages of construction.
  • These areas are often considered part of the city, giving the impression that it is much larger.
  • However, many historians include a much larger area around the city.
  • The other is a much larger work, long.
  • With a much larger expected turn out the exhibit sites had gone up in value.
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