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1 She feels boxed in at the fatiguing work and wishes greater freedom to develop her ideas.
2 He also highlights that "if we can detect the patterns in which the problem, alcohol consumption, appears, we can issue prevention campaigns aimed at these people in greater risk situations".
3 In a nutshell, this theory associated higher incomes with higher productivity and a greater contribution to society.
4 In the future, news and myths will be thrown at us in greater volume and faster, for both better and worse.
5 As we have just stated, their misfortune was greater than they were.
6 Portions of it now and then catch our eye, but the greater part remains out of sight in the darkness.
7 The banks have balked at taking a larger haircut, but the threat of a hard default may scare them into accepting a greater loss.
8 in our industry ever faced a greater sales challenge than mr. sloan in launching his new company and none ever persevered more courageously in the face of resistance and discouragement.
9 A positive life pivots on modesty; the bigger the ego, the greater the insecurity.
10 The pioneering plants in the area known as The Geysers highlighted the promise of geothermal energy, internal heat from the Earth with vastly greater energy potential than that of fossil fuels.
11 I became greater by far than anyone in Jerusalem before me. In all this my wisdom stayed with me.
12 The greater part of what my neighbors call good I believe in my soul to be bad, and if I repent of anything, it is very likely to be my good behavior.
13 new study shows that they also have a greater imbalance in activity between the left and right brains when they process emotions.
14 But in the present times, through the greater part of Europe, a creditable day-labourer would be ashamed to appear in public without a linen shirt.
15 Every death is a tragedy - regardless of the cause - but we have no greater claim to use of this earth than any of the other creatures [we] share it with.
16 This will be discussed in greater detail in the next article.
17 After consuming liquid soluble apple polyphenol mice that have been transplanted with cancer cells have greater effect against cancer whether in terms of survivability and standard of living.
18 Whichever government is in power after the election will have little choice but to hold a thorough spending review, in which greater realism will have to be applied to the level of public spending.
19 that the hallowed figure who preached hope and "yes we can" is really a hypocrite whose legacy will be greater cynicism?
20 In fact the astronauts whizzed through in a matter of hours, receiving a radiation dose no greater than a medical X-ray.
21 can the brain's ability to change be harnessed to give us greater cognitive powers?
22 They should however not be so generically defined that the resource membership in any one competency would be greater than 15% of the population.
23 success is greater than expected.
24 Well, bishops don't like this of course, they consider themselves the authority in that location, and so you get sometimes problems of who's the greater authority?
25 I'm not wishing you greater torment than I have, Heathcliff.
26 But fat accumulated in deeper tissues and organs, within muscle and embedded in organs like the liver, for example, can put you at greater risk of these diseases.
27 Given the severity of the downturn in the areas in which it lent most of its money, it would have needed far greater reserves of capital to survive without outside help.
28 All that hedge funds, and other speculative investors, needed to do was to buy bonds on yields greater than their cost of finance.
29 He conjectured that if a pair of nodes are simultaneously sending their energy to one another, then the weight between them is greater than if just one sent its energy.
30 Now notice couple interesting things — GetInt Apparently in this program, I don't actually care what it is, I only care that it is greater than zero, so it suffices.