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1. By contrast, he was much cleverer.
2. It'seems quite warm today by contrast with yesterday's icy wind.
3. The private sector, by contrast, has plenty of money to spend.
4. By contrast, the comparable figure for the Netherlands is 16 per cent.
5. Habituation, by contrast, reduces responsiveness to the familiar.
6. By contrast, solar cells are politically acceptable.
7. Gloucester, by contrast, kept the king's full confidence.
8. The bulge, by contrast, contains little dust.
9. By contrast, Glasgow gave accurate estimates.
10. By contrast, 1995 saw a drop-dead bull market.
11. By contrast, compensatory damages reimburse actual out-of-pocket losses.
12. By contrast, metals enjoyed many advantages.
13. Vermont, by contrast, was pastoral and idyllic.
14. By contrast, the professions of journalism and politics continue to be closely allied.
15. In the little churchyard in Sasbach, by contrast, two inconspicuous marble tablets are set into a wall.
16. By contrast the courtesy ensign has become more of a duty than a courtesy.
17. Spontaneous social orders, by contrast, are evolutionary in nature and are not the product of rational design.
18. By contrast, 1 percent of Channel 4 programmes contained violence, with an average frequency of one violent act per hour.
19. The Simpson verdict, by contrast, was a human drama involving the most famous defendant of the century.
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20. By contrast, a small saving in purchasing costs can be worth considerably more in terms of equivalent sales value. 9.
21. Britain and the United States, by contrast, are seen as the exemplars of an empirical approach.
22. By contrast, it is impossible to align the elements of organization design at the beginning of a period of behavior-driven change.
23. By contrast, the appeal of the industrial co-operative remains unchallengeable, its ecological niche exclusive to it.
24. By contrast, only 20% of divorced parents with children succeeded in stopping smoking.
25. By contrast, the chances of a major nuclear accident resulting in 100 fatal cancers was set at one in a million.
26. By contrast with our study, the available data for oral cisapride do not suggest that cisapride affects characteristics of oesophageal contraction.
27. By contrast, Sir James is relatively little-known in international circles.
28. When you look at their new system, ours seems very old-fashioned by contrast.
29. The birth rate for older women has declined, but, by contrast, births to teenage mothers have increased.
30. She had almost failed the exam, but her sister, by contrast, had done very well.
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