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1, The lake came into view/We came in view of the lake as we turned the corner.
2, Voluntary work was particularly important in view of the fact that women were often forced to give up paid work on marriage.
3, In view of the feeble health of the member, the delegation cut him out.
4, In view of the weather, the event will now be held indoors.
5, In view of the weather, we will cancel the outing.
6, Buyers have withdrawn from the market in view of the abrupt turn of the trend of prices.
7, In view of the fact that Hobson was not a trained economist his achievements were remarkable.
8, His chances do not seem good in view of the fact that the Chief Prosecutor has already voiced his public disapproval.
9, He will presumably resign in view of the complete failure of his policy.
10, In view of the facts, it seems useless to continue.
11, In view of what you've said, I think we should reconsider our proposed course of action.
12, In view of his conduct, the club has decided to suspend him.
13, In view of her lust for life, her appetite simply for living?
14, In view of the benevolent rule of the communes this might seem to have been retrograde step.
15, In view of the substantial sums of money involved, risks must be reduced to the absolute minimum.
16, A high turnover may well have been justified in view of volatile markets.
17, Their denial was unconvincing in view of the physical evidence linking them to the bombing.
18, In view of the importance of coal prices we have examined Possible trends in coal prices in another way.
19, In view of such evidence the peace process seems much less convincing than its proponents have suggested.
20, In view of all that has happened,[http://sentencedict.com/in view of.html] Conklin is expected to resign.
21, Residents were warned not to be extravagant with water, in view of the low rainfall this year.
22, I decided not to ask her for a loan in view of her proverbial meanness.
23, The prospect for passage of the bill was somewhat cloudy, in view of its evident unconstitutionality.
24, Miss Goddard urged that the decision not to serve the notice was correct in view of the complexity of the whole investigation.
25, The apoprotein components of the lipoproteins are also demonstrated in view of the recent realisation of their importance in lipid metabolism.
26, While condemning the Soviet coup, Marchais had described it as understandable in view of the failure of perestroika.
27, The Government's commitment to a positive reform of the law will weaken in view of the apparent lack of consensus.
28, With great regret they decided to abandon the project in view of the ever-increasing cost.
29, The council requested that Arista and Anaya inform President Herrera that in view of the circumstances the council must submit its resignation.
30, This seems to imply that care programming has been considered and dismissed as redundant in view of prevailing systems of mental health care.
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