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  • However, most of her songs leave much to be desired. ...
  • Local music groups during the colonial era did much to sponsor musical development. ...
  • He also did much to advance women's rights. ...
  • However, Dick tells him that family means too much to him. ...
  • He worried that color gave the eye too much to take in. ...
  • The related cost had much to do with the early bankruptcy of the company. ...
  • It's a small town, so there wasn't much to do. ...
  • He had much to do with the American Football League being able to establish itself. ...
  • The battery commander then decided how much to fire at the target. ...
  • The goal is just as much to become like Christ as it is to become one with Him. ...
  • This had much to do with his place in the enthusiastic tournament culture of his own day. ...
  • He had to decide to stop his school education, much to his disappointment. ...
  • He tells them that much to his regret, he is also bound by British law. ...
  • Since then, five known ice ages have done much to remodel the region. ...
  • I have talked to him about working with him again but I've got too much to do.
  • During a difficult period of transition, he did much to improve the working relationship between the races. ...
  • She later said the partnership did much to advance her career, as he was the more popular star at the time. ...
  • This was included, as much to give a reason to use shuttles as anything else. ...
  • The spartan facilities met international laws, but still left much to be desired. ...
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