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  • She often had to work outside the home to support the family.
  • In order to support herself and her family, she turned to writing.
  • Each party sent numerous aircraft types to support their sides in the conflict.
  • At the same time the board called upon the international community to support its efforts where possible.
  • The difficulty is getting enough data of the right kind to support the particular method.
  • There is little or no evidence to support this theory.
  • Being able to use a computer to support teaching and research was quite novel at the time.
  • There is, however, no historical evidence yet to support this claim.
  • To support himself and his wife, he took a job as a reader at another college.
  • However, mainstream scientific research has not shown strong evidence to support these claims.
  • He may have been responsible for the first known use of columns to support a building.
  • They have offered little evidence to support their claims.
  • He was the only northern leader to support William, however.
  • The above data would appear to support this.
  • Evidence to support this, however, is not very strong.
  • A hide is thought to represent the amount of land required to support one family.
  • However, there is no evidence to support the claim.
  • She was quiet and hard working, and determined to stay and get the education she needed to support herself.
  • The government has not provided official recognition, rights or funds to support use of these languages.
  • With no immediate family to turn to, she had no way to support herself or her daughters.
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