much larger proportion

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  • In recent years it has become a much larger proportion of the investment market. ...
  • The wealthy can in many cases give away a much larger proportion without feeling particularly stinted. ...
  • Such women were childless in a much larger proportion than ordinary women. ...
  • With his new lands, Henry now possessed a much larger proportion of France than Louis. ...
  • The first-born die in infancy in much larger proportion than their successors in the family. ...
  • A much larger proportion of amputations was performed than would have been necessary if the wounds could have received earlier attention. ...
  • Four-year early and late emergences are common and involve a much larger proportion of the population than one-year changes. ...
  • A much larger proportion of men of African descent were killed in the war than men of Spanish descent. ...
  • A much larger proportion than is found in most other industrial manual occupations are natives of the city. ...
  • Now the idea assumed much larger proportions and a much graver aspect. ...
  • There is a much larger proportion of tithers among them than among the Christians in the States.
  • Consequently, as I have shown, he has a much larger proportion of Eastern elements than Phaedrus. ...
  • They also contain a much larger proportion of mucilage than wines made from grapes. ...
  • Sherburne says that only five of his crew of thirteen survived, and that in many instances a much larger proportion died. ...
  • There are three large towers to each side of the quadrangle, the centre tower to the south being of much larger proportions than the others. ...
  • It takes up a much larger proportion of the brain for primates than for other species, and an especially large fraction of the human brain. ...
  • In America, land is so plenty and so cheap, that we keep a much larger proportion of brute force than is kept here. ...
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