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  • She would have too much self-respect to look at him! Cited from The Vehement Flame, by Margaret Wade Campbell Deland
  • This has added much to the appearance of the town as everything is so well kept.
  • He attempts to question the family, but they do not have much to say.
  • I simply had too much to drink and made a very bad decision.
  • His work did much to draw the attention of the public to impossible objects.
  • He had too much to do for Don in the office.
  • But then, much to my surprise, he would still keep having me back every week.
  • But it does not take much to throw it into less than perfect performance.
  • He did much to develop higher education and took a special interest in the administration of justice.
  • He found much to reform there, and left it a different place.
  • At some point along the way, it became too much to explain.
  • The close relationship between the rail companies and government has much to do with French history.
  • The river was too much to hold back.
  • The tour added much to his national following.
  • In legal matters, Alexander did much to aid the rights of his soldiers.
  • "We didn't have much to do with each other after that."
  • He did much to improve the general architecture of the city.
  • As none of us do much, we haven't got much to tell each other.
  • Since then, the city has done much to improve its image, at least in the physical sense.
  • These four regions offer much to see and do.
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