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1. The long-standing dispute about working conditions finally came to a head when the workforce voted for strike action.
2. I have a long-standing arrangement with the bank.
3. Apathy is the long-standing curse of British local democracy.
4. They are on the brink of resolving their long-standing dispute over money.
5. The Labour candidate unexpectedly overturned the long-standing Tory majority.
6. The county has a long-standing policy of reselling confiscated weapons.
7. It is behind Sainsbury's long-standing relationships with those who produce specifically for its chain of food stores.
8. These values issues have fragmented long-standing party alliances and crossed traditional geographical and economic boundary lines.
9. Koops then became interested in the long-standing problem of making paper from materials other than linen and cotton.
10. But there had been a long-standing dispute between managers, parents and the county over school premises.
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11. Either Mr Putt settle his long-standing and substantial account, or the tailor would take him to the debtor's court.
12. The problem is long-standing in some industries but is making fresh inroads with the spread of new technology and keyboards.
13. One can understand the long-standing controversies surrounding the status of medical care and housing.
14. There has been a long-standing debate among philosophers and theologians.
15. Motorola has a long-standing agreement to provide at least one week's training to all new employees.
16. Whatever the outcome the long-standing[sentencedict.com], unwritten code of behaviour that governs relations between ministers and civil servants would be gravely battered.
17. Consequently, even long-standing travel plans or arrangements may have to be postponed or cancelled in early May.
18. Her elder son's wife was a long-standing irritant, like an ill-perforated toilet roll.
19. Long-standing museum collections are liable to find their status redefined as perspectives lengthen.
20. This is the latest act of terrorism in a long-standing and bloody campaign of violence.
21. She finessed the interview by playing down her lack of experience and talking about her long-standing interest in the field.
22. After a frank exchange of ideas, the two of them finally broke down their long-standing prejudice against each other and became friends again.
23. In addition to discharging eligible patients, Gordon sought to change a series of other long-standing practices.
24. It seeks to put legislative power directly into the hands of the people and circumvent the long-standing institutions of representative government.
25. The area is populated by Kurdish rebels who have long-standing grievances against Hussein.
26. The Beveridge report was to breathe the same spirit of optimism and confidence that long-standing problems could be tackled.
27. A single large paycheck had thrown into doubt not only the compensation system but also the long-standing pecking order within Salomon Brothers.
28. Today the bucolic beauty of the region hides a deeply entrenched and long-standing poverty.
29. Here the parallelism of greater precision may help to solve a long-standing exegetical problem.
30. Butcher was outstanding in Sunderland's defence, despite being troubled by a long-standing knee injury.
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