much to be

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  • But on the other side there is just as much to be said. ...
  • There was so much to be done and so much to think about. ...
  • Is there not as much to be said for taking one line as another? ...
  • There was so much to be done in a short space of time. ...
  • I must not go on, though there is so much to be said. ...
  • We spent all our time working, for there was much to be done. ...
  • There was in truth much to be done before we could think of rest. ...
  • But there was not very much to be made out of it. ...
  • And yet there is much to be said on the other side. ...
  • And as for your marriage, there is much to be said for it. ...
  • There was much to be done both inside and outside the house. ...
  • For the time being, there is much to be said for the present system. ...
  • There was much to be done, and little time in which to do it. ...
  • It was too much to be alone with in the dark! ...
  • Upon the whole, there did not appear much to be seen in the town. ...
  • There is much to be said for and against this rule on both sides. ...
  • In this sort of matter there is much to be said upon both sides.
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