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1. Pockets of affluence coexist with poverty.
2. Their affluence is more apparent than real.
3. They are the products of post-war affluence.
4. The 1950s were an age of affluence in America.
5. The postwar era was one of new affluence for the working class.
6. For them, affluence was bought at the price of less freedom in their work environment.
7. There is a lot of affluence in this part of the state because it has many businesses.
8. Affluence was hardly a protective factor for car owners.
9. However, affluence and technological advances have created new kinds of safety hazards for people who live in Western society.
10. Furthermore, the same affluence encourages an increased array of leisure time activity choices.
11. The comparative affluence of working class youth in the sixties allowed the building-up of large groups of mobile supporters.
12. Paid holidays, more affluence and cheaper travel have turned the last few decades into an era of travel.
13. The effect of increasing affluence is to minimize the importance of economic goals.
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14. And from the affluence they have brought has come Winterthur's other fame as a cultural centre.
15. Affluence is measured by the per capita gross national product.
16. It is this second period of affluence which sets the level against which recent developments have to be set.
17. What we are seeing increasingly is a society of private affluence and public squalor.
18. No place on the planet can remain an island of affluence in a sea of suffering.
19. A more recent image is diametrically opposed to this and emphasizes the affluence of later life.
20. To the casual visitor Cheltenham is a thriving shopping centre, a centre of affluence which attracts all the best names.
21. For example, car ownership is frequently used as an indicator of affluence.
22. The unsophisticated and desperate ones brazened it out by maintaining a facade of affluence or normalcy by borrowing.
23. It was a marriage in a vacuum[sentencedict.com], with two sweet children and all the material trappings of affluence and success.
24. The war and the expansion that followed created a culture of mobility and middle-class affluence unmatched in the history of the world.
25. Britain has gone farther than any country in the West towards getting a balance between private affluence and public consumption.
26. Why had he and Zoe, in the first flush of affluence, decided the desirable residence was truly desirable?
27. Some people in the Labour party believe that high house prices mean high living standards and affluence.
28. Unlike their parents, these younger executives expected much, having grown up with ever-increasing affluence.
29. A deprivation score was used to compare the relative deprivation or affluence of rural and urban areas.
30. Produced by the Wiltshire Community Foundation, it warns the gulf between deprivation and affluence gives cause for concern.
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