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1. We must consider these matters as a whole.
2. The nation as a whole was thoroughly polarized into left-and right-wing groups.
3. He cared for her as a whole person rather than just a sex object.
4. The population as a whole is getting healthier.
5. Fortunately, militarism failed to take root in Europe as a whole.
6. With no buyer in sight for the company as a whole, the vultures started to circle.
7. The research has far-reaching implications for medicine as a whole.
8. This scandal will reflect badly on the Party as a whole.
9. These issues can be considered severally, or as a whole.
10. As a whole we do not eat enough fibre in Britain.
11. As a whole the series was never less than watchable - hokum, perhaps, but entertaining.
12. In the nation as a whole there is no desire for war.
13. The population as a whole is/are in favour of the reform.
14. Mr Savino has been charged with three murders as well as a whole slew of other crimes.
15. The trade union movement was swept along by the same tidal wave of patriotism which affected the country as a whole.
16. He described the move as a victory for the people of South Africa as a whole.
17. I don't know anything about the workings of other departments or about the organization as a whole.
18. The success of this experiment is crucial to the project as a whole.
19. Is a questionnaire answered by 500 people truly representative of the population as a whole?
20. Is the collection going to be divided up or sold as a whole?
21. It was necessary to step back from the project and look at it as a whole.
22. The festival will be great for our city and for the country as a whole.
23. There are some areas of poverty, but the country as a whole is fairly prosperous.
24. Let's broaden out the discussion to talk about education as a whole.
25. The needs of individuals were subservient to those of the group as a whole.
26. This project will be of great benefit to the region as a whole.
27. The rich benefited from the reforms, not the country as a whole.Sentence dictionary
28. There is always a "black market" not just in Britain but in Europe as a whole.
29. The supposed trickle-down effect of lower taxes for the rich has not yet resulted in greater prosperity for society as a whole.
30. The state provides free education. In AmE the state usually refers to one of the 50 states of the US, not to the government of the country as a whole.
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