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1 drama in England flourished under Elizabeth I.
2 Great civilizations have always flourished alongside rivers, but the Egyptian civilization, which started on the Nile, is the most fascinating and mysterious in the history of mankind.
3 He prized the civilised pursuits-literature, science and music-that flourished in an urban environment and regarded tribesmen as "stupid peasants".
4 The boys flourished flags in the streets.
5 Its members have flourished in places and countries that have opened up to the world economy-the eastern seaboard of China, southern India, metropolitan Brazil.
6 Man flourished and from beginnings in Africa, spread to the Middle East and then Europe.
7 wine was forbidden sharpened his yearning for “the permitted flavours of melons and grapes” that flourished in Kabul.
8 this he pointed out that many companies-from Dell to Toyota to Southwest airlines-have flourished not because of what they do but because of how they do it.
9 Whereas Western firms reeled in the recent recession, Samsung flourished, buoyed by sales in markets that never stopped growing.
10 Wheeling and dealing flourished, and pay scales in finance shot up, drawing in many of the nation's best and brightest young people (O.K., I'm not so sure about the "best" part).
11 When time passed and the animals had evidently not starved to death, Frederick and Pilkington changed their tune and began to talk of the terrible wickedness that now flourished on animal Farm.
12 For example, if we were the type of creature that flourished as hermits, the need for trust and friendly cooperation would not be nearly so pressing.
13 fewer organs available for transplant, and a growing list of patients in need, the black market trade flourished even further.
14 The belt-tightening environment in which it flourished does not pertain in many of the emerging markets it is targeting, although it certainly does in most of the rich world.
15 No one paid much attention beyond the people in the town itself, even though the closing represented the demise of an industry that had flourished in this country for generations.
16 flourished without causing inflation at the consumer level—although some argue that the laxity of monetary policy caused the tech bubble.
17 Geologic features imply that liquid water once flowed across the surface, and volcanic activity, now dead, once flourished, recycling chemicals and minerals between the surface and the interior.
18 Such a reaction reflects the culture of cynicism and nationalism that has flourished in Russia in recent years.
19 China has flourished in so many ways.
20 Development councils, established in many villages in 2004 to manage the national government's development programmes and staffed by locally elected citizens, have flourished in many places.
21 Over the past century and a half capitalism has proved its worth for billions of people. The parts of the world where it has flourished have prospered; the parts where it has shrivelled have suffered.
22 other words, overall trade has flourished, but the multilateral process that governs trade has languished.
23 An English language teaching industry has flourished, involving universities, foreign-financed training institutes and countless private language schools.
24 Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220), Buddhism flourished in China.
25 overseas network flourished after many Tamils fled their homeland in the 1980s.
26 Although direct "pay-per-use" mechanisms haven't yet flourished, there are various niches where subscription-based "software as a service" solutions have indeed become viable.
27 Over the last decade, Indian companies have flourished as overseas companies outsource work such as sales calls, technical help desks, accounting and software development to India.
28 Freed from the competition for light (because the shade from the trees had gone), ferns flourished (their spores are ubiquitous in the rocks).
29 You could go back to ancient Rome and see how this great society flourished.
30 Whereas the other plants suffered for lack of fertiliser, the plants with the over-expressed gene flourished.