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(1) Are you ready to make a long-term commitment ?
(2) One solution is to retrain the long-term unemployed.
(3) If bad posture becomes habitual, you risk long-term effects.
(4) All their money was tied up in long-term investments.
(5) The indiscriminate use of fertilizers can cause long-term problems.
(6) A new training scheme to help the long-term unemployed is expected.
(7) It is difficult to make long-term forecasts for a fast-growing industry.
(8) She is very negative about the long-term viability of the project.
(9) The company has set itself some long-term organizational goals.
(10) Luckily he had insured himself against long-term illness.
(11) The industry needs to do some long-term planning.
(12) Sustainable development implies a long-term perspective.
(13) Does she have any long-term health problems?
(14) Long-term prospects for the economy have improved.
(15) Long-term unemployment can be devastating.
(16) Long-term planning is always rather a hit-or-miss affair.
(17) The long-term unemployed are becoming a new underclass.
(18) We need long-term solutions[Sentencedict.com ], not short-term Band-Aid ones.
(19) The project will have long-term benefits.
(20) Thousands of young people are facing long-term unemployment.
(21) They are less sanguine about the company's long-term prospects.
(22) Doctors said Blake's long-term prognosis is good.
(23) The company is buffered by long-term contracts with growers.
(24) We want long-term solutions, not short-term palliatives.
(25) Any sudden inspiration in fact can not replace the long-term Kung fu.
(26) This solution is politically expedient but may well cause long-term problems.
(27) The family is a constant shear flows, flow of mind wandering forever; love is like a hill endless sand, precipitation is the long-term accumulation of care; family like the night sky the Beidou, guided the lost lamb is the direction to go home.
(28) His two main rivals suffer the disadvantage of having been long-term political exiles.
(29) Stress is often a factor in the development of long-term sickness.
(30) This is something of a grudge match against a long-term enemy.
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