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1 The movement rapidly gained ground.
2 The Republicans are gaining ground in the southern states.
3 Sterling continues to gain ground against the dollar.
4 Your campaign is gaining ground.
5 His theories gradually gained ground among academics.
6 The patient gained ground daily.
7 Under strict management, his business gained ground.
8 The soldiers fought hard and began to gain ground.
9 Acupuncture anesthesia is rapidly gaining ground in surgical operations.
10 The police car was gaining ground on the robbers.
11 The police car was gaining ground on the suspects.
12 The anti-smoking lobby has steadily gained ground in the last decade.
13 They ran away helter-skelter, but the police gained ground upon them.
14 There are signs that the party is gaining ground in the latest polls.
15 The Christian right has been steadily gaining ground in state politics.
16 Three published polls all revealed the Lib Dems gaining ground at the Tories' expense.
17 A glance behind confirmed his fears. His pursuer was gaining ground on him rapidly.
18 The view that co-operation, not competition,(www.Sentencedict.com) is more conducive for survival is also gaining ground among biologists and ethologists.
19 I would also like the team awarded a penalty and gaining ground to be given the line-out throw-in.
20 The trend gained ground in the United States, where early symphony audiences ached to exude social refinement.
21 NARRATOR: Keynes's ideas began to gain ground.
22 As Internet gain ground, the search has made one of application with Internet top utilization rate.
23 As the network gain ground, electronic mailbox became a kind of indispensable vehicle in people job.
24 At times they gain ground, but the defense of Nigeria is well - organized.
25 The patient began to gain ground as soon as she had good food.
26 As Internet gain ground increasingly, the network makes a kind of vehicle with transmission highest efficiency.
27 Chest refines change to the function, gain ground more between change clothes, dresser decrescent.
28 The secular temper of the times, however, ensured that the more extreme theories connected with evolution continued to gain ground.
29 NowIntel plans to borrow a page from the Japanese by spending heavily through a recession to gain ground on weaker competitors.
30 The scientists are concerned that it could also soon gain ground in the general population.
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