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1. I don't want to be associated with your scheme; I'm contracting out.
2. He no longer wished to be associated with the party's policy on education.
3. I am happy, indeed proud, to be associated with this project.
4. Air turbulence may also be associated with rain clouds.
5. This may be associated with disturbed sleep and irritability and so the scratching may not be noticed.
6. Clozapine, for example, appears to be associated with reduced risk of relapse.
7. Fake clothing like this used to be associated with dodgy del boy types who work out of suitcases at street markets.
8. Combinations of other trace elements may also be associated with cobalt-bearing minerals and may be detected in ancient blue glass.
9. In dominant discourses of gender, activity tends to be associated with masculinity, and passivity with femininity.
10. Lower specificity will be associated with lower precision but high recall.
11. Around Roscoff, Staiger found shell thicknesS to be associated with chromosome number.
12. Underlying genetic characteristics and treatment variables may be associated with an increased risk of radiation-associated brain tumours.
13. Thus the idea of wine might be associated with sickness instead of with good fellowship.
14. Buildings can be seen that may be associated with two techniques for uranium production: gas centrifuge and laser separation.
15. Social isolation, in turn, is known to be associated with various measures of social and psychological problems in later life.
16. Otoscopic and tympanometric improvement are shown to be associated with improvements in mean hearing thresholds.
17. A key question concerns the types of social contact that may be associated with a high risk of transmission of P cepacia.
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18. These results suggest that the loss of intercellular communication mediated by gap junctions may be associated with the recurrence of gastric ulcers.
19. The idea that femininity is in the first place to be associated with motherhood is simply writ large.
20. There are two other villas with unusual features which could possibly be associated with pagan cults.
21. An increase in the anticipated inflation rate is likely to be associated with an increase in all interest rates.
22. Much of the land drainage quoted above for Cantal may be associated with remembrement.
23. The capacitance may be just stray or it may be associated with further circuitry or equipment connected to the potential divider.
24. The objects come in various shapes and usually, though not always, seem to be associated with nearby star.
25. Unfortunately, much of the drab utilitarianism of urban existence has come to be associated with the design philosophy of functionalism.
26. In this case an increase in gross output will be associated with an increase in both scale and diversity.
27. Once development begins, the embryo divides rapidly and each mitosis seems to be associated with an increase in calcium.
28. Indomethacin is also very effective in the treatment of gout and may be associated with less prominent side effects.
29. In the case of birds, we know that meaningful clusters will be associated with birds' life styles.
30. A rising real national income with a fairly constant capital stock will generally be associated with a fall in unemployment.
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