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3. Take as much time as you like.
4. Eat as much as you wish.
5. I avoided him as much as possible.
6. Eat as much as you like.
7. You'd better give us as much factual evidence as possible.
8. She wanted to put as much distance as was humanly possible between herself and Adrian.
9. The final cost could be as much as one billion dollars.
10. She has learned up as much French as she could for the trip.
11. The new job doesn't pay as much but we won't starve!
12. People don't socialize with their neighbours as much as they used to.
13. Output may deviate from the average by as much as 30%.
14. The planet Jupiter radiates twice as much heat from inside as it receives from the Sun.
15. I knew he'd fail - I said as much at the time.
16. Employees enjoy the kudos that the job brings as much as the financial rewards.
17. Pour away as much fat as possible from the roasting pan.
18. This shirt cost me as much again as the last one I bought.
19. Nobody's ever loved anybody as much as I love you.
20. He retorted that it was my fault as much as his.
21. I would do as much for you.
22. We tucked in as much as we desired.
23. We are like wheat(Sentencedict.com), here on earth to ripen. We ripen intellectually by letting in as much of the universe's complexity as we can. Morally we ripen by making our choices. And we ripen spiritually by openig our eyes to Creation's endless detail.
24. The small fines for this type of crime do not act as much of a deterrent .
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25. I love you more today than yesterday, but not as much as tomorrow.
26. Do what makes you happy, be with who makes you smile, laugh as much as you breathe, and love as long as you live.
27. Canadians seek enlistment in the US Marines because they don't see as much opportunity in the Canadian armed forces.
28. Do what makes you happy and be with who makes you smile. Laugh as much as you breathe and love as long as you live.
29. Low consumer demand has forced us to mark down a wide range of goods, sometimes by as much as 30%.
30. The mention of price rises sent citizens out to their shops to buy up as much as they could.