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1) Femininity is still defined

*in terms*of beauty.2) The book is well organized

*in terms*of plot.3) Our goods compete

*in terms*of product quality, reliability and above all variety.4) The orchestra is unrivalled

*in terms*of technical mastery and sheer vitality.5) There is a substantial payback

*in terms*of employee and union relations.6) He referred to your work

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*in terms*.html) remain unbeatable in terms of price.8) You can't just look at it

*in terms*of the immediate problem. You've got to see it in a wider context.9) Western countries enjoyed considerable advantages

*in terms*of technology.10) Where do things stand

*in terms*of the budget?11) A generous miser is a contradiction

*in terms*.12) The cost

*in terms*of human life was high.13)

*In terms*of price there's no comparison .14) 'Permanent revolution' is a contradiction

*in terms*.15) He thought of everything

*in terms*of money.16) I like the new Audi

*in terms*of styling.17) Mining can be costly

*in terms*of lives .18) We must start thinking

*in terms*of reducing costs.19) The idea is almost a contradiction

*in terms*.20) A 'nomad settlement' is a contradiction

*in terms*.21) The data is limited

*in terms*of both quality and quantity.22) He referred to your work

*in terms*of high praise/in flattering terms.23)

*In terms*of experience, she definitely had the edge over the other people that we interviewed.24) The project has been disastrous for the bank

*in terms*of public relations.25) Some college courses are graded

*in terms*of either a pass or a fail.26) He's talking

*in terms*of starting a completely new career.27) Success cannot be measured merely

*in terms*of the size of your salary.28) There was certainly no difference between them

*in terms*of intelligence.29) The differences in the children's achievements were not wholly explicable

*in terms*of their social backgrounds.30) The spreadsheet application is second only to word processing

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