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1. The downside of living here, of course, is that it is expensive.
2. Digital cell phones offer more security, but the downside is that they have less power.
3. The downside of the book is that it is written in a rather boring style.
4. The downside of this approach is a lack of clear leadership.
5. Unemployment, inflation and greater inequality are often the downside of a market economy.
6. The downside was inefficiency, corruption and environmental destruction.
7. He, too, is on the downside of his career.
8. On the downside, college evening classes cost a bundle.
9. So the downside is greater for the cheetah.
10. If the downside is iffy, the upside is certain.
11. Is there a downside to these trends.
12. There will be a downside to that.
13. The downside is that parents lose control over how their kids can spend that money when they turn 18.
14. The downside of this, however, is that they tend not to pay out as much as higher-risk investments.
15. Again, the realization of the downside of being beautiful hit Matt.
16. Free workers are prepared to entertain a bigger downside risk if the upside on reward matches it.
17. On the downside, the program requires a relatively powerful computer and a huge chunk of disk space to run.
18. But the downside of the Sony disc is the contribution of Bo Skovhus.
19. But with the boom comes a downside: an increased risk of flying-related ailments, brought on or aggravated by cramped quarters.
20. Also on the downside, there are lots of minor hassles possible when you install Windows 95 on an older computer.
21. On the downside, all say the slowing national economy will hinder Texas growth.
22. South said, hopefully, that Checchi may discover a downside to early advertising.
23. The downside to this variety is a big multiload, but for once this a price is worth paying.
24. The downside of such excellent economic performance is that virtually any alternative scenario will represent a deterioration.
25. The downside of cutting the Scouts a little slack is too politically incorrect to imagine.
26. Fair and representative service? On the downside there was evidence of polarisation between fundholders and non-fundholders.
27. But even this shift towards a wider social perspective has its downside.
28. Almost, because fund expenses act as a drag on the upside and as a slight accelerator on the downside.
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29. The benefits speak for themselves, but it does have its downside.
30. The road racer's version of tennis elbow and other physical peculiarities are the downside of this progress.
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