much larger scale

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  • Next year we hope to go in on a much larger scale. ...
  • This was a built on a much larger scale. ...
  • Cities clear snow on a much larger scale than individuals. ...
  • The excitement of the day before was repeated on a very much larger scale. ...
  • This, he said, allowed players to identify with the main character on a much larger scale.
  • During the war, Nazi Germany continued the practice on a much larger scale. ...
  • Many of the original homes were rebuilt on a much larger scale. ...
  • But when so many were doing similar work on a much larger scale our poor efforts are hardly worthy of record. ...
  • The newspapers reported that mining operations would be "carried out on a much larger scale" than before. ...
  • The gold dredge is the same concept but on a much larger scale. ...
  • But it is on a much larger scale: and things of the kind are better in miniature.
  • The chief now led him inside the house, which was similar, but on a much larger scale, to that which he had before entered. ...
  • They will over-sell shares again, but on a much larger scale, and produce a play that will close on opening night. ...
  • The same operation occurred on a much larger scale after 1985.
  • Given India's much larger scale, the only sufficient external sources to provide that are commercial capital markets.
  • From the opening of the canals, development of mills continued on a much larger scale.
  • Belt presses are still used today, but they are built on a much larger scale than those of the original design. ...
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