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  • The difference is greater than during the summer and somewhat less during the winter.
  • These do use somewhat less power because a clock distribution network is not needed.
  • During the latter years of his life he fell somewhat out of favour with his master.
  • His life was extended somewhat, but he spent it in bed.
  • This may be explained in part by the somewhat better soil found in some areas.
  • The half-life they reported was somewhat too high, however, possibly due to background events.
  • He is a rather tall, pale man, with black hair, and somewhat hard-featured. Cited from The Vicomte de Bragelonne by Alexandre Dumas, Pere
  • This is about the size that is expected for a star with somewhat lower mass than the Sun.
  • It is useful only for, and the case is somewhat special.
  • The benefit of this is lost somewhat due to the lower heat addition temperature.
  • The accounts of how he came to power vary somewhat in minor points.
  • The black pieces are marked with somewhat different characters from the corresponding red pieces.
  • Other researchers have since extended the language somewhat on their own.
  • The search for the largest known prime has somewhat of a cult following.
  • While traffic moved somewhat better, the other problems remained.
  • As a result, the process is somewhat long.
  • The situation is somewhat different in Quebec as a result of its civil law tradition.
  • The game changed somewhat in the translation from Chinese to the European culture.
  • He suggests that it may be somewhat or possibly very dangerous for humans.
  • Academic use of Scheme for teaching computer science seems to have declined somewhat.
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