much larger population

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  • In the past it had a much larger population than it does today. ...
  • Also the city centre has a much larger population of people with higher education and higher income. ...
  • Holy Innocents now serves a much larger population than when it was built.
  • These cities were built to support a much larger population, but now emulate ghost towns. ...
  • Founder effect occurs when a population is established by a small number of individuals who have departed from a much larger population. ...
  • Certain tribes have much larger population bases than others. ...
  • Despite having a much larger population China is not yet considered a major production or consumption hub for popular music. ...
  • Salem's service area includes a much larger population than the town proper, as several large subdivisions are nearby. ...
  • The last two encomiendas have a much larger population; but they are hostile, and live in the mountains. ...
  • San Joaquin County, with a much larger population, also ranked second in both respects.
  • In the past Batwa had a much larger population and more habitation to make a living. ...
  • But this 'gain' would be bought at the expense of having to accommodate a much larger population.
  • Let East Prussia, which contains a much larger population than his last compartment, stand alone in the second division. ...
  • It has a much larger population than Earth, nobody has any concept of war, and there is an established and functional world government. ...
  • It must not, however, be denied that there are many natural disadvantages which can never be overcome without a much larger population. ...
  • The physical infrastructure of roads, buildings and public transportation was designed for much larger population then is present, they are too large to represent the current population. ...
  • The island supported a much larger population but following emigration in the mid-20th century Chorio was almost completely abandoned. ...
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