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  • Today, even though much less so, this male type is still found among Italian males. ...
  • This system was used by both the Navy extensively and the Army much less so. ...
  • But during the past generation these attempts, never very hopeful, have become much less so. ...
  • It is much less so as an explanation of war. ...
  • This undertaking, difficult in itself, became much less so through the circumstances which then existed. ...
  • Some have been truly evil; some much less so. ...
  • His physical abilities weakened with age but much less so than a normal human being of his advanced age. ...
  • She was beautiful, but much less so than her lovely sister the Princess of Wales. ...
  • It is common throughout England, Wales and Ireland but is much less so in Scotland. ...
  • In some departments -- in history, for example -- I am certain that it is much less so. ...
  • The bits of wood became hot, to be sure, but much less so than the operators themselves. ...
  • Some films are very susceptible to reciprocity failure, and others much less so. ...
  • This image was never used commercially by it's owners when it was being maintained, much less so now. ...
  • The first two are richly represented in the following poems, the third, as was natural, much less so. ...
  • His abilities were widely recognized in France and Belgium, much less so in Germany. ...
  • In these the depth is great, but owing to their greater width, much less so than in the upper. ...
  • The plant is aromatic but much less so than are other wormwoods. ...
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