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31) They are drop-outs from the mainstream of career progression.
32) Only 12 members had any academic qualifications, and the highest achievers were those from mainstream schools.
33) Classes or discussion groups on women's writing command an enthusiastic response that is often lacking in mainstream teaching.
34) Their works did not hang in major public collections, nor were they subsequently included within mainstream art history.
35) Those who rejected the conventional view and took up the cause of Czechoslovakian children were largely outside the mainstream of refugee aid.
36) Positive images of sexually active fat women are absent from both mainstream and alternative media.
37) Running counter to mainstream Republican thinking, he is calling for tariffs and new trade barriers to protect jobs.
38) Lee is a working attorney undeniably in the mainstream of that community.sentencedict .com
39) Edwards tells would-be entrepreneurs to target products or services that cater to people whose needs are not being met by mainstream businesses.
40) Genesis meanwhile have netted more than ￡200 million with mainstream pop songs and sponsorship from major corporations.
41) Once an obscure backwater of the publishing business, computer books have gone mainstream.
42) In particular, it will examine the extent to which questions concerning women and power have become part of mainstream political sociology.
43) Therefore the aim is to develop a mainstream model which comprehensively addresses aggregate supply.
44) Parent cultures were in turn subordinated to dominant culture - that of mainstream middle class society.
45) Mainstream economists profess much puzzlement over the failure of the rate of productivity growth to accelerate so far in this decade.
46) Backed by such organizations, they returned to mainstream institutions with the aim of achieving genuine reform.
47) His relative electoral strength is not an end in itself, but an illustration of his influence outside the mainstream.
48) They also began to cross over from the rhythm-and-blues audience to the mainstream pop audience.
49) They've all been partially excluded from mainstream schools, where they found it hard to fit in.
50) Many use walkers and wheelchairs but go to mainstream schools, drive cars and find employment.
51) Mainstream publishers complain that good circulation databases of black names are hard to come by.
52) But they predicted that until the disease entered the mainstream population, it would receive scant attention.
53) These attempts have drawn very little on mainstream psychological theory, but they have made extensive and creative use of psychoanalysis.
54) Today's look is still smart - even casual wear is part of mainstream fashion.
55) I kept a diary of events and attempted to chart the process by which 6-year-old Balbinder was removed from mainstream education.
56) The other is economic, reducing the number of multimedia owners of the mainstream means of communication.
57) Airy, instantly accessible but surprisingly subtle music covering ground between modem mainstream and bebop and featuring Barnes alongside trumpeter Adams.
58) Hence, interest was slight and sporadic, and the works were not assimilated into mainstream western art history.
59) Despite its speed, Teraflops is more of a mainstream critter.
60) In each election its percentage of the vote has risen despite vicious opposition from the economic elites and the mainstream media.
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