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  • It was subsequently used in other parts of speech with much the same meaning.
  • He succeeded in having his plays put on the stage, where they met with much success.
  • In common with much of this coast, it has been the subject of considerable urban development.
  • He went into business, but did not meet with much success in that arena.
  • The second French attack was made with much greater force.
  • In modern English the term is used to describe people with much political or business power.
  • The new design produced a very stiff bridge with much less material than the original plan.
  • Fox, however, became associated with much the same sort of figures as his father had.
  • However he completed the Japan tour with much success.
  • Although box office hits, they met with much less critical praise than the original.
  • The area is extremely flat and low lying with much of the area at or below sea level.
  • She credits government with much of her success in public life.
  • The soldiers kept the town supplied with much business during its early years because of their want for entertainment.
  • The game, like the movie, was not received with much enthusiasm from the public.
  • These were built with much of the material from the destroyed temples.
  • Urszula eventually became a powerful player at the royal court, with much influence.
  • This is generally done with much struggle, however with little injury to any of the parties concerned.
  • He next worked on animated television series, with much shorter lead times.
  • It had been mainly an agricultural and craft trade settlement with much lower importance of trade.
  • The newspaper provides their readers with much substantial information that they need.
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