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1, Sales last year were marginally higher than in 1991.
2, Gina's grades have improved marginally since last term.
3, This year's profits were marginally higher than last year's.
4, They now cost marginally more than they did last year.
5, He's in a new job but he's only marginally better off.
6, The new system is only marginally more efficient than the old one.
7, These cameras have increased only marginally in value over the past decade.
8, Overall market share was marginally improved.
9, Police work is only marginally involved in crime.
10, Stock prices rose marginally in early trading today.
11, They were, though, marginally the more inventive in a game that showed signs of decline from the early stages.
12, From people worried about the country being marginally swamped by immigrants, no doubt.
13, This result is marginally bigger than the previous traditional estimate of 11p.
14, The majority of the electorate are only marginally politically conscious, and the personalisation of political issues and allegiances reflect this marginality.
15, And he is a marginally better bowler than Hick even if he's still seeking his first Test wicket.
16, Farmgate prices have only increased marginally so far because at present growers are keen to offload middle to lower grade quality.
17, Bilk has now marginally slowed his playing activities in order to concentrate on a second love-painting.
18, Predictions for 1993 are only marginally better,(http://sentencedict.com/marginally.html) hence the emphasis on efficiency and cost reduction will be stronger than ever.
19, Plant cost inflation is predicted to drop marginally from 6 p.c. last year to an average above 5 p.c. up to 1994.
20, The survey shows business conditions for manufacturers improved marginally in December.
21, But, having agreed these new, marginally higher rates now, they have in fact caused rates to rise.
22, So, more marginally, has the competitive prestige that goes with expanding national product.
23, Some, previously only marginally interested, developed a consciousness as trade unionists and became committed activists.
24, Only that portion of income above this figure is taxed at a marginally higher rate.
25, In Darlington, York, Durham and Middlesbrough the number of voters is marginally higher.
26, The same applies to Scrash, although they're about as glamorous as a donkey on Skegness beach and marginally less attractive.
27, The greatest hindrance to recovery of this resource is the marginally favorable economic environment.
28, The reader should note that direct representation in various countries only marginally reduces the need for correspondents.
29, The locals go to suicidal lengths to overtake vehicles travelling only marginally slower than themselves.
30, Northern Rock closed at 463p on the first day of trading in October 1997 and have edged up marginally to about 513p.
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