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1. The declaration asked governments to consider introducing new environmental taxes.
2. The university diversified the educational program by introducing new subjects.
3. They're introducing CCTV cameras in an attempt to cut street crime in the area.
4. The navy is/are introducing a new class of warship this year.
5. We are introducing new security vetting procedures.
6. Renault are introducing three new models at the show.
7. Farmers are introducing in novations which increase the productivity.
8. I have much pleasure in introducing our speaker.
9. He wasted no time in introducing himself.
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10. The local authority is introducing new planning regulations.
11. She's only introducing this as a quibble.
12. The government is introducing a shorter working week.
13. The firm is introducing a shorter working week.
14. We started off by introducing ourselves.
15. The government is introducing tougher measures to combat crime.
16. They were arguing for a delay in introducing the new mower to the public.
17. begin by introducing myself.
18. I made a terrible blunder in introducing her to my husband.
19. The company is introducing a new range of products this year.
20. The management always consults with the workforce before introducing major changes.
21. They are introducing new measures to ensure the smooth running of the business.
22. Rafsanjani has been considering various ways of introducing some sanity into the currency market.
23. The company is introducing a new family saloon this year.
24. Opposition leaders accused the government of introducing a guillotine motion to stifle debate.
25. Many commentators doubted the political wisdom of introducing a new tax.
26. The Council is introducing means tests for housing tenants.
27. Particularly if it means introducing contemporary music to Angelenos.
28. The Minister gave a strong hint that the government were thinking of introducing tax concessions for mothers.
29. He held the opinion that a government should think before introducing a tax.
30. They never seem to let a year go by without introducing a new version of their software.
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