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  • Today women are recruited to a much lesser extent than what once existed.
  • This is only seen to a much lesser extent in France.
  • The price will depend largely upon its diameter and to a much lesser extent upon its length.
  • For example, just by position one can identify species, albeit to a much lesser extent.
  • The present participle is used to a much lesser extent than in English.
  • South Korea has adopted the genre as well, but to a much lesser extent.
  • Steel engraving is still done today, but to a much lesser extent.
  • Femininity does have a place within the military, as it does in society, although to a much lesser extent.
  • This can also be observed with the ending -ku, although to a much lesser extent.
  • Farming continues to be a way of life for some in the town to this day, but to a much lesser extent.
  • Natives also speak English and, to a much lesser extent, Spanish.
  • Sclerophyll forest logging is still carried out, but to a much lesser extent than in the past.
  • To a much lesser extent, some words have also been borrowed from Mongolian and other languages.
  • In Canada the term is the most commonly used, with "orbital" also used to a much lesser extent.
  • Although it is still likely present in politics, it is certainly practiced to a much lesser extent and much more discreetly.
  • Musicians usually played the guitar, banjo and to a much lesser extent, the piano.
  • It is a popular beverage in Europe and to a much lesser extent in North America.
  • Two Latin and one Cyrillic alphabet are also used, though to a much lesser extent.
  • It has retained some vestiges of the original case system, more so than English, but to a much lesser extent than German.
  • He filled his canvases with images of vulnerable men and (to a much lesser extent) strong women.
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