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1, The campaign for reform should start to gather momentum in the new year.
2, She refuses to acknowledge the need for reform.
3, Congress enacted a tax reform bill.
4, The government wanted to reform the institutions, to shake up the country.
5, The reform in teaching methods is warmly welcomed by students.
6, The economic reform brought about great change in the lives of the common people.
7, Some economists strongly advocate the reform of government ownership of industry.
8, He put forward some proposals to reform the educational system.
9, We have always stressed the importance of economic reform.
10, Who will reform Britain's unfair electoral system?
11, Any reform will destroy and pervert our constitution.
12, I wrote a letter regarding the future of reform.
13, The report may provide further impetus for reform.
14, The party embarked on a programme of economic reform.
15, Any economic reform, he said,(http://sentencedict.com/reform.html) faced false starts and mistakes.
16, The economic logic of reform is inescapable.
17, The government has initiated a programme of economic reform.
18, The government has said it will reform the military police.
19, The prevalent opinion is in favour of reform.
20, The law is in urgent need of reform.
21, To keep economic reform on track, 60[sentencedict.com],000 public-sector jobs must be cut.
22, Russia, he said, had reached the point of no return on the road to reform and had to go forward.
23, Eventually the government was forced to bow to public pressure and reform the tax.
24, The finance minister will continue to mastermind Poland's economic reform.
25, The state has paced the whole nation in the economical reform.
26, People have lost patience with the slow pace of reform.
27, It is difficult to reach a consensus about electoral reform.
28, Some church leaders have been outspoken in their support for political reform in Kenya.
29, The President and his supporters are almost certain to read this vote as a mandate for continued economic reform.
30, He again pledged to forge ahead with his plans for reform.
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