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1 I have a lot to say in relation to that affair.
2 Its brain is small in relation to its body.
3 Women's earnings are still low in relation to men's.
4 Similar policies were pursued in the 1970s, particularly in relation to health services.
5 How do their sales stand in relation to those of similar firms?
6 I have some comments to make in relation to this matter.
7 The converse is the case in relation to debentures.
8 It is apparent from these particulars that in relation to some of the payments the S.I.B. does not know the identity of the investors.
9 Not everyone was wholly approving of Wigg's activities in relation to Profumo - and indeed on many other matters.
10 The same suspicions, particularly in relation to civilian casualties,(www.Sentencedict.com) doubtless apply to footage from Baghdad.
11 These will be considered in relation to factors affecting the learning process.
12 There are many important questions which emerge in relation to comparative study which employs place or locality as the frame of reference and explanation.
13 Margin Rule 5-28 imposes various requirements in relation to margined contingent liability transactions.
14 At first capital only gained advantage in relation to labor and may even have lost some ground to the state.
15 In Leapor's view, the problems of women in relation to marriage are not immediately curable.
16 You should be prepared to talk knowledgeably about the requirements of the position for which you are applying in relation to your own professional experiences and interests.
17 The money he'd been ordered to pay was minimal in relation to his salary.
18 She used the map to discover where she was in relation to her surroundings.
19 It is important however to clarify some of the points made in relation to this often complex issue.
20 As a general point banks in many countries were highly regulated in relation to deposits and lending conducted in their own domestic currency.
21 The introduction of the new type of development plan under the 1968 Act involved revised provisions in relation to planning blight.
22 There are always referential alternatives possible to the speaker and addressee and to the observer in relation to any utterance.
23 By way of exception, the Regulations do not give the Director General powers in relation to commercial radio and television advertisements or to cable advertisements.
24 It follows that a flow activity is one which provides optimal challenges in relation to the actor's skills.
25 At present many sheltered housing schemes are trying to cope with severe difficulties in relation to dementing tenants.
26 Even in terms of his own quite awesome power he was nothing but an underling in relation to his superior.
27 It does not say anything explicit about the legitimacy of corporate power in relation to society generally.
28 The issue of political asylum is, of course, being debated in relation to a Bill which is currently going through the House.
29 Indeed, because of the insurance contribution condition, the opposite is the case, particularly in relation to the unskilled.
30 A cohort study of the risk of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia grade 2 or 3 in relation to papillomavirus infection.
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