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1. When one player behaves disgracefully, it reflects on the whole team.
2. Your bad behavior brings shame on the whole school.
3. They hadn't planned on the whole family coming.
4. My opinion is on the whole the same as yours.
5. On the whole, I'm happy with the way I look.
6. On the whole, I prefer dry wines to sweet ones.
7. The weather this month has been good on the whole.
8. On the whole, people miss the opportunity to enjoy leisure.
9. He brought disgrace on the whole team by falsifying the results.
10. On the whole it's a good plan, at which we shouldn't nibble.
11. His resignation will have a ripple effect on the whole department.
12. It's extremely hard working together but on the whole it works brilliantly and we're still good friends.
13. On the whole the working class is still wedded to the Labour Party.
14. Those in business are not, on the whole, conversant with basic scientific principles.
15. He has brought shame and disgrace on the whole family.
16. You've brought shame on the whole family!
17. On the whole she had lived modestly, with a notable lack of ostentation.
18. His recklessness brought down disaster on the whole family.
19. Journalists on the whole don't create public opinion. They can help to nourish it.
20. She stamped her personality on the whole programme.
21. For some reason, Malcolm had a down on the whole teaching profession.
22. On the whole, I thought the film was pretty good.
23. On the whole the celebrations were remarkably good-humoured and peaceful. Indeed, it seemed almost too good to be true.
24. He's brought shame on the whole family.
25. On the whole she counted herself a fortunate wife.
26. On the whole, I'm in favour of the idea.
27. On the whole, I'm in favour of the proposal.
28. On the whole, the public are conservative about education.
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29. Now I can look back on the whole tragedy from a distance of forty years.
30. Variations in the interest rate will have an impact on the whole housing market.
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