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1. Democrats will complain he overemphasizes punishment at the expense of prevention and treatment.
2. They purchased life at the expense of honour.
3. He finished the job at the expense of his health.
4. She bought fame at the expense of her happiness and health.
5. Her fame was bought at the expense of her marriage.
6. Ford has been gaining market share this year at the expense of GM.
7. He built up the business at the expense of his health.
8. The owner is making huge profits at the expense of downtrodden peasants.
9. His fame was bought at the expense of health and happiness.
10. He favoured some individuals at the expense of others.
11. The dealers profited shamefully at the expense of my family.
12. The orchestra has more discipline now, but at the expense of spirit.
13. Similarly, the rise of modern medicine developed at the expense of midwives and village healers, most of whom were women.
14. The cars were produced quickly, at the expense of safety.
15. All this had been achieved at the expense of the Liberal Party which had monopolized all three areas before 1910.
16. However, such a transfer can happen only at the expense of the central authority.
17. According to this study, women have made notable gains at the expense of men.
18. He claimed that the large stores were enriching themselves at the expense of their customers.
19. He built up a successful business but it was all done at the expense of his health.
20. The town has been careful not to buy prosperity at the expense of its character.
21. In 1966 Denis Healey.: Military strength is of little value if it is achieved at the expense of economic health.
22. Lenders in general often appeared to be financing the tempting rates offered to first-time buyers at the expense of existing borrowers.
23. In actual fact what he was doing was feathering his own nest at the expense of the nests of the people.
24. It will be reluctant to propose a law to make banks ￡500m richer at the expense of local taxpayers.
25. Uneven allocation will thus lead to some subjects having relatively short notation at the expense of others with relatively long notation.
26. Britain has a particular problem because of dense population and a policy of promoting road use at the expense of public transport.
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28. The company notices strong growth in the sale of short breaks, at the expense of longer package holidays.
29. The second is a tendency for subjects to recall central details of risky situations at the expense of peripheral details.
30. Or we could leave it up to the electricity generators to reduce the impact, at the expense of higher bills.
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