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1 Six prisoners are still at large along with four dangerous recidivists.
2 The soldier reported that a prisoner was at large.
3 The populace at large is / are opposed to sudden change.
4 The escaped prisoners are still at large.
5 This group is not representative of the population at large.
6 Did the people at large approve of the government's policy?
7 Health standards have risen in society at large.
8 As a composer he proved himself adept at large dramatic forms.
9 The people at large want peace.
10 Her killer is still at large.
11 She talked at large about her plans.
12 The country at large is hoping for great changes.
13 The escaped prisoner is still at large.
14 Three fugitives from the prison are still at large.
15 The suspect is still at large.
16 Twelve prisoners are at large following a series of escapes.
17 He spoke at large on the subject.
18 They wandered at large over the country side.
19 The question is discussed at large in my report.
20 Scientists have more to do than to allow their imaginations to roam at large.
21 I think the chances of getting reforms accepted by the community at large remain extremely remote.
22 The man who tried to have her killed is still at large.
23 The new economic policies were in the best interests of the nation at large.
24 The chemical pollution poses a threat to the population at large.
25 The results of the survey were used to estimate the preferences of the population at large.
26 Prisoners are isolated from the wider culture of society at large.
27 But, as the opinion poll shows[Sentencedict.com],(www.Sentencedict.com) the party's standing with the people at large has never been so low.
28 Only a small plaque near a stairwell distinguishes the school from the college at large.
29 Taking a broader perspective, Mira remarks on the situation at large.
30 Although suspects in many of the other church fires have been arrested and prosecuted, the Salem arsonists remain at large.
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