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  • People were much more interested in his ends than in his means.
  • The company recognized that it needed to develop a personal computer much more quickly.
  • Digital media has also allowed individuals to be much more active in content creation.
  • When it was finally released late in the day, any chance of success was much more difficult.
  • However, this method of analysis is much more difficult to carry out.
  • At other times, it is much more recent or even contemporary.
  • Fighting from the back of a horse was much more difficult than mere riding.
  • However, the rule is now much more commonly observed for safety reasons.
  • These probably did not number much more than thirty.
  • A later program would give the Olympics a much more prominent role in the meeting.
  • Other new cars on order will also be much more energy efficient.
  • He realized that he had control and could receive much more.
  • It was coming much more out of the Southern California scene.
  • It has all the beauty of art -- and much more.
  • The record is considered much more accessible than their previous work.
  • Both ships were soon fighting enemies much more powerful than they and began to take severe damage.
  • Graziella again tells her friend that she does not think she can take much more.
  • However it is much more rare to find a male in this profession.
  • Throughout the last few centuries, the types of churches have become much more widespread.
  • It led to much more independence of action.
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