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(1) Our profit margin is already wafer-thin.
(2) Cut the fennel into wafer-thin slices.
(3) His victory, it must be noted, has been wafer-thin: in terms of delegates, a couple of hundred out of 4,500; in votes, only a few tens of thousands out of 35m.
(4) The minority government's hold on power is wafer-thin, and some politicians have seen an opportunity for nationalist tub-thumping.
(5) Voluntary schemes urging firms, intent on maintaining wafer-thin cost advantages in the Pearl River Delta, to invest in costly green technologies haven't proven popular so far.
(6) Slice the red chilli into wafer-thin rounds.
(7) From the flagpole a vast Union Jack would be flying. Dark- jacketed waiters offered the visitors drinks and tiny wafer-thin sandwiches from silver trays.
(8) In many export industries, particularly steel[sentencedict.com/wafer-thin.html], margins are already wafer-thin.
(9) The ruling two-party coalition has a mandate until 2012, but its wafer-thin parliamentary majority is crumbling. Few believe it can stumble on much longer.
(10) His team's prototype - which is around five inches square and wafer-thin - takes five seconds to charge from a normal power supply and can light an LED for 20 minutes.
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