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1. Tanks were deployed effectively during the long campaign.
2. The truth of this statement has been effectively demonstrated in Chapter 1.
3. Non-white people are effectively excluded from certain jobs.
4. Although officially a dependent territory the island is effectively autonomous.
5. By producing an heir, the Queen effectively removed her cousin's hopes of succeeding to the throne.
6. The peace settlement effectively acknowledged the country's independence.
7. This strategy effectively neutralized what the Conservatives had hoped would be a vote - winner.
8. This product cleans baths very effectively.
9. This new legislation effectively prevents us from trading.
10. You dealt with the situation very effectively.
11. Children have to learn to communicate effectively.
12. Ability to deal with personnel at all levels effectively.
13. The terms of the contract were effectively imposed rather than agreed.
14. The older drugs didn't deal effectively with the malaria parasite.
15. They failed to mobilize their resources effectively.
16. The company must reduce costs to compete effectively.
17. She was effectively challenging the whole basis on which society was run.
17. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
18. The strike effectively halted production at the factory.
19. The newspapers were effectively muzzled by strict censorship laws.
20. His age effectively ruled him out as a possible candidate.
21. Most of the urban poor are effectively excluded from politics.
22. The council has operated much more effectively since pragmatism replaced political dogma.
23. My job had effectively ceased to exist.
24. The orator delivered his speech effectively.
25. Candidates must be able to communicate effectively.
26. The complicated electoral system effectively guarantees the president's re-election.
27. The public should be educated to use resources more effectively.
28. Modern science and technology empower human beings to control natural forces more effectively.
29. The public should be educated in how to use energy more effectively.
30. MPs may lack the necessary expertise to scrutinize legislation effectively.
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