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(1) A cut in lending rates would give a fillip to the housing market.
(2) The athletics win provided a much-needed fillip to/for national pride.
(3) The news gave the stock market a big fillip.
(4) The news gave a fillip to the telecommunications sector.
(5) British athletics received a tremendous fillip when Wells won the Gold.
(6) Pennac's Belleville is a fiercely wonderful fillip to the conventional crime landscape.
(7) Analysts forecast an extra fillip to early water dealing with a wave of institutional buying from foreign buyers starved of stock.
(8) Yes, those ladies had given a useful fillip to his prestige.
(9) This could give a fillip to the buy-to-let market.
(10) The notion of regional planning received a great fillip from Unwin's proposals for London prepared between 1929 and 1933.
(11) Cardin still knows how to give a fillip to classic styles.
(12) It was with a little fillip of surprise that Pascoe realized she hadn't recognized his voice.
(13) Mergers and acquisitions gave a brief fillip to prices early in the day.
(14) His approval was an added fillip.
(15) The boom got a fillip in 2004 as migrants from the EU's new members flooded in.
(16) A few anecdotes will add a fillip to your book.
(17) Another short - term fillip comes from the recent plunge in commodity prices, particularly oil.
(18) This will prove a much-needed fillip to racecourses and the racing industry in general.
(19) Despite the fillip from the temporary reduction in value - added tax, consumer spending will fall sharply.
(20) Replenishing inventory will be a temporary fillip without an increase in consumer demand.
(21) A drop in interest rates gave a welcome fillip to the housing market. Sentencedict.com
(22) A few jokes will add a final fillip to your speech.
(23) The autumn screening of the third series is expected to provide a welcome fillip to the railway's passenger numbers.
(24) Did she only feel good because of the unexpected fillip of her highly attractive anonymous new neighbour?
(25) The infrastructure projects unveiled yesterday were not unexpected, but will give a welcome fillip to the construction sector.
(26) In the event, only small firms received a budget fillip.
(27) The conferment of university college status by the Government in 2004 is a tacit recognition of HELP's distinguished achievements and provides a fillip to further excellence and quality.
(28) Coincidently, the India story has also recently been given a fillip from the strong political mandate of the Congress-led coalition in the 2009 general elections.
(29) A valuable order from America gave the new company a big fillip.