vast

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  • The vast majority is living at the southern parts of the city.
  • The vast majority of children enter primary school though a significant number drop out.
  • It will take them months to cross the vast distance.
  • The library also contains a vast collection of books on Native American history.
  • The vast majority of China's population lives near the east in major cities.
  • The vast majority of heavy goods trade is done by sea.
  • For we have no power to face this vast army that is attacking us.
  • This was the first step in opening up the vast interior.
  • Alexander helped spread the Greek culture and learning through his vast empire.
  • This was provided at vast cost and without the investment of any capital by the general church.
  • Given enough resources, this can result in a vast collection.
  • And a vast variety of wild life as well.
  • These campaigns took several hundred thousand additional lives, the vast majority via suicide.
  • The vast majority of troops fighting for the British army came from the United Kingdom.
  • New scientific knowledge rarely results in vast changes in our understanding.
  • She is one vast drawing-room, and I detect only drawing room company. Cited from The Ancient Regime, by Hippolyte A. Taine OCFV1
  • This he never again had to do, the vast majority of his extensive writings selling.
  • Of course, the vast majority of the reading public could not afford to own a private library.
  • Budapest's vast urban area is often described using a set of district names.
  • His work is vast, covering many aspects of the human experience.
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