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  • Proportionally more churches had been closed in rural areas than in cities.
  • South Carolina lost proportionally more of its young men of fighting age than did any other Southern state.
  • In the cities there are proportionally more than twice as many educated females as in the whole country. Cited from New Ideas in India During the Nineteenth Century, by John Morrison
  • The feet are nearly entire, and are proportionally more slender than the known remains of the other species would indicate.
  • Each man carried more than of equipment, which was proportionally more than the mules carrying the support weapons and other stores.
  • If we lengthen the base line from ten inches to all the miles we can command, of course the point of meeting will be proportionally more distant. Cited from Recreations in Astronomy, by Henry Warren
  • Caldera did not do badly in third place and received proportionally more votes than he had in 1947.
  • This theory also dictates the need for proportionally more gradations from violet to blue, and green to yellow.
  • As the colour is confined to the cortical part, the small roots are best, these having proportionally more bark than the large. Cited from The Botanist's Companion, Vol. II, by William Salisbury
  • The southern end of the island consists of uplifted coral reef, whereas the northern half has proportionally more igneous rock.
  • In order to secure the necessary heat and energy, rations for men at heavy labor contain proportionally more fat and carbohydrates than are required for light work. Cited from Human Foods and Their Nutritive Value, by Harry Snyder
  • In their partial pooling model, individuals have no incentive to lie, because the lie would harm their relative proportionally more than it would help them.
  • Having fallen from such a height, and being naturally so proud and self sufficient, Aspel was proportionally more difficult to move again in an upward direction. Cited from Post Haste, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • Mutations in parameters allow some individuals to have higher birth rates and others to have lower death rates, and those individuals contribute proportionally more to the population.
  • Extremely hot stars emit proportionally more UV radiation than the Sun.
  • The battle was one of attrition, with the Finns suffering proportionally more casualties than the Soviet forces.
  • In that time the festival developed in size and scope, with more new works and proportionally more young people as performers, writers, directors, musicians and visual artists.
  • Both of those examples assume the diameter of the wire stays the same, so both examples use proportionally more wire (copper).
  • On heavy vehicles, air drag is often small compared to the weight, so the brakes dissipate proportionally more energy than on a typical car or motorcycle.
  • If the bitstrings are long enough, different board positions will almost certainly hash to different values; however longer bitstrings require proportionally more computer resources to manipulate.
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