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1. The administration has no vested interest in proving whether public schools were good or bad.
2. He has a vested interest in Mona leaving the firm.
3. She thinks that lawyers have a vested interest in making the legal process move slowly.
4. Both countries have a vested interest in maintaining the balance of power.
5. They have a vested interest in keeping their club as exclusive as possible.
6. Well, he obviously has a vested interest in having some one else to blame.
7. Each team has a direct and vested interest in the quality and delivery performance.
8. To be very hard-nosed there is also a vested interest in running an efficient information service for a band.
9. To that extent, I declare a vested interest.
10. Vested interest groups protect their existence. Cultural traditions prevent an honest look at environmental realities.
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11. So, Bianca and her suitors have a vested interest in marrying off nasty Kate.
12. Practically everybody involved has a vested interest in making the child drop her claim.
13. As a prominent socialist, Webb had a vested interest in explaining developments in the way she did.
14. We know that advertisers have a vested interest in their power to suspend our disbelief.
15. Employees therefore had a vested interest in remaining with their firm since job mobility was restricted.
16. Partnerships have a strong vested interest in the quality of output of the examination system and in its cost-effectiveness.
17. Lots of people have a vested interest in the past.
18. So I had a vested interest in her being around to talk to me.
19. The committee should be independent of all vested interest.
20. Since he owns the strip of land, Cook has a vested interest in the project being approved.
21. As both a teacher and parent, she had a vested interest in seeing the school remain open.
22. The dominance of the academic tradition is patently supported by the major vested interest groups within education and the broader society.
23. Exciting, unfamiliar and lively means fresh copy for the press, which has a vested interest in chaos.
24. It almost certainly means they must counter those forces within the prison system which have a vested interest in expansion.
25. Both the newspaper and the advertising agency have a vested interest in encouraging advertising.
26. Critics of opponents to development frequently accuse them of being blinded by nostalgia and motivated by personal vested interest.
27. Rumours that no scientist expressed doubts about the potential problems are falsehoods perpetrated by officials with a vested interest.
28. And he was right in attributing importance to ideas as opposed to the simple influence of pecuniary vested intereSt.
29. A person from outside the process area who has no vested interest in an issue makes the best facilitator.
30. Even though the white woman is oppressed herself, she has a vested interest in apartheid.
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