not much

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  • Further east there was a small church but not much remains of it.
  • Not much is known about its active past or when it was constructed.
  • Due to the nature of the scene, not much is known about these groups.
  • Not much can be found on the internet about him or his work.
  • As it is early in production, not much is known of it.
  • After this conversation not much happened - until the beginning of the next year.
  • Not much is known about the early years of the children.
  • Not much else is revealed about him or the origin of his power.
  • The publication felt that not much effort had been put into the film.
  • Not much is yet known of this episode at the moment.
  • Not much else is known about him because he does not appear in the series often.
  • Not much is known, since little has been published on these languages.
  • I thought I could get the next season in, but not much after that.
  • You put in so much effort and put in so many long hours for not much return.
  • Not much is known about him and there are no records of him prior to this date.
  • Not much is known of his life after the war.
  • Although not much read today, his poetry was extremely popular in his own day.
  • In other words, there is not much difference between the two sides.
  • The album was not much of a commercial success, despite being well received by critics.
  • For me, it took a little longer, but not much longer.
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